How to install artificial grass on hard surfaces like concrete or wooden deck?
Answered Oct 24, 2018 11:07 AM
Cut the turf to fit your area. Clean the surface with soap and warm water to ensure the adhesion. Glue around the edges and seams. Lay out the grass. Stretch it. Trim off any excess turf. Compress glued areas. Allow 24 hours for adhesive to set.
Wondering why people put artificial turf on deck? Interesting.
I would think gluing down...
Should be easier than replacing grass on a soil ground, simply glue down will do it.
I don't think you need pro for that, but the turf can be heavy, you need some muscle to move the turf around.
Have to use glue on concrete I guess, for wood surface, nail would be ok.
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