I would like to know if it is possible if I install the artificial grass on my roof.
Answered Feb 12 10:53 AM
Artificial grass is the only best solutions for rooftops as the real grass won't grow. If people want to have lawn settings and landscape on a rooftop, the artificial grass is the only way to go! For the rooftop artificial grass installations, since you can't do excavations to create and build a sub base for an effective drain system, you will need to use drain boards instead for your base so the water will drain properly, therefore installation of artificial grass on a rooftop requires special expertise and need to be performed by professionals with good experiences and skillsets.
I won't recommend people to DIY on rooftop turf installation as you would want to have a beautiful installation yet not damage your roof which can be a big disaster.
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I will contact a professional then so that standing water will not damage or degrade my roof.
I totally agree. If you want to have it on your roof, better have an expert do it for you or else you'll end up having a dripping roof every rainy season.
Wouldn't it get too hot if you install it in a roof?
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Thank you for your question.