Artificial Grass Installation Process In San Diego
Rather than sowing, mowing, and watering your lawn, put artificial grass. Artificial Grass Pros recommends letting our crew professionally install fake grass in your garden. Knowing the artificial grass installation process ensures a transparent service. Artificial Grass Pros is available for all your artificial grass installation needs.
The installation procedure entails removing one or two inches of earth, weeds, stone, etc. After that, the garden must be graded to ensure an even, bump-free surface. Your lawn may need edgings to retain the sub-base or keep it clean. Artificial Grass Pros particular granite aggregate blinding layer must then be supplied, installed, and compacted.
Before installing artificial grass, heavy-duty woven geotextile weed membrane must be put in. All connections will be seamed with fake grass jointing tape and weatherproof polyurethane adhesive. Finally, Artificial Grass Pros artificial grass infill sand must be spread and rubbed with a rotary brush (power brush).
Leveling depends on your garden’s current surface. If you remove natural grass to install synthetic grass, you’ll be left with earth. The dirt must be settled and compacted to remove huge soil or rock lumps. Before installing the sub-base, smooth the surface.
Synthetic grass can be laid over concrete, slabs, decking, and Artificial Grass Pros, as well. Existing turf doesn’t need to be uprooted, and the surface is usually smooth and level. If you’re laying on a hard surface, ensure there’s enough fall for water to drain. We recommend an underlay under the grass to extend its life. The 18mm turf is ideal for hard, impervious surfaces.
The sub-base is crucial to the lawn’s longevity and appearance. After your surface is leveled, a layer of aggregate must be laid as a sub-base to produce a sturdy, level surface for your grass.
Otherwise, you risk weakening, instability, and poor drainage. Crushed granite or limestone are frequent sub-bases. Artificial Grass Pros uses a unique combination of crushed granite aggregate to unite granite and limestone. Our particular combination has more stone and less dust, so pet drainage is excellent. Sub-base isn’t a one-size-fits-all answer; crushed granite may be the penultimate layer before the grass, but sometimes something more substantial is needed.
Crushed granite sub-base is appropriate for areas that need a build-up, don’t need much leveling, have a depth of 25mm – 50mm, or when shingle, paving, or natural turf was previously present and the ground is compacted. MOT Type 1 sub-base may be better for flower beds, fishponds, new gardens, and places deeper than 50mm. When using MOT Type 1, we add 25 mm of crushed granite on top for leveling and drainage.
Your sub-base will be 25mm – 50mm crushed granite and type 1 if needed. This will be compressed before a weed membrane is put on top to prevent weed penetration. If needed, we’ll add an underlay or shock pad. Now you may install fake grass.
If you want a lush lawn but hate the upkeep, contact Artificial Grass Pros. Our team can explain our artificial grass options and installation services if you call us at (619) 332-1177, San Diego, CA.
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Artificial Grass Pros has a large range of synthetic turf to meet your needs! For added peace of mind, any turf installed by our trained professionals comes with a 15-year warranty. Request an estimate from Artificial Grass Pros today to get started or for more information!