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How do I even out the ground before installing my turf?

| Jan 7 12:25 PM

How do I even out the ground before installing my turf?

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To have a perfectly prepared base for artificial grass installations, you will need to make sure of the following:

1. Use the right materials to build the base: the bottom layer to be drain rock at about 2-1/2” thickness and top layer to be decomposed granite at about 1-1/2” thickness, both layers need to be wetted and compacted separately to 90%.

2. You don’t have to change the contour or slope of your area, in another word, you can install the turf along the slope or mild contour without excessive excavations.

3. As long as the surface of base (decomposed granite) to be smooth and solid, your installation will have a good result.

Please feel free to let us know if you have any other questions, you can call us at 877 796 8873 or email us at [email protected], thank you.

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