Artificial Grass Installation

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Our turf products have excellent drainage capabilities which can handle a downpour of category 6 hurricane without a problem. It is also important to build your base properly in order to achieve the maximum of drainage capacity by following our installation guide. Many times, slopped ground will also help water to drain. Our experts can help with your turf design and installation, please feel free to call us at 877 796 8873 or email us at [email protected] if you need any further information, thank you!



Yes, our turf can be installed onto asphalt. However, it is not a good idea to lay tiles right over the turf, rather, we will suggest you to lay the tiles first, then cut turf into strips and fit in between tiles, you should use turf glues to affix the turf in place. For any further questions, please feel free to call us at 877 796 8873 or e-mail us at [email protected], thank you.


15x19 is a rather small area, adding infills onto such small piece of turf can be easy: you can simply hold the infill bags and spread the infills onto the artificial grass surface, then using a push broom to brush the infills into the turf. You can always check out our installation guidelines by visiting this link: For any further questions, please feel free to call us at 877 796 8873 or email us at [email protected], thank you.



Artificial grass has to be installed on a solid and smooth base: the turf is as good as the base. We always recommend to have about 4” of base build for artificial grass installations of which 2-1/2” of road base and 1-1/2” of decomposed granite. Such preparation will not only provide solid and smooth base but also guarantee the best drainage. For certain dry areas, the base building might be a bit different if the drainage is not a big concern. You can always call us at 877 796 8873 or email us at [email protected] if you have any further questions, thank you.


It depends, most sport fields are designed by professionals who will typically specify materials used and installation methods. I am not sure if your artificial grass project has a designer, if not, please fill out this Online form by providing us with more information so we have get the proper help for you: You can always call us at 877 796 8873 or email us at [email protected], thank you.


I just had an installer put 30-40 nails in the middle of my putting green, where I have a slope from a raised hole. And this was before he added the infill. I thought that the infill was to weigh the turf down to the base, so nails were not needed.


Sometimes installers will use nails in the putting green turf to stabilize the installation. However, the. Type of nails used has to be without heads (or pins) and once installed, people won’t notice them at all. Regular 40D or 60D will probably not work as the mail heads will be exposed. I hope your installer has used the correct nails that not visible on your green,  of course it will always be ideal to only have infills to hold the turf in place without using any nails. For any further questions, please feel free to contact us by phone: 877 796 8873 or email us at [email protected] or simply fill out this online form, thank you:


Absolutely, we actually strongly recommend to use carpet stretcher for artificial grass installations. The way and purpose of using a stretcher is the same as of using it for carpet installations. For detailed installation guide, please visit this link: For any further questions or concerns, please feel free to call us at 877 796 8873 or email us at [email protected], thank you.


Which infill is safest for children? I've heard silica sand in artificial grass contains dust particles that, if inhaled over a long period of time, can lead to health problems. Is there a better alternative?


All the infills on today’s market is relatively safe to use for artificial grass installation. The infills are meant to provide extra weight and hold the turf down better and help the blades to stand up. In most cases, if the infills are applied properly, it will sink all the way to the very bottom of the turf, you will not be able to see or get contact with it unless you spread open the fibers and put your fingers into the turf. However, to be 100% safe, we will recommend the wonderfill product which is sands coated with antimicrobial agent to prevent bacteria and germs and is extremely safe for your kids. Here is the link for the details of wonderfill: Please feel free to call (877 796 8873) or email ([email protected]) us if you have any further questions, thank you.


You always want to use the smallest meshed infills on artificial putting greens. Our putting greens were tufted very tightly and leaves very minimal room for infills to go in, you will have an extremely hard time to brush bigger grain infills into it. We would recommend to use either #30 or #60 mesh infills for all our putting greens. Please feel free to contact us by phone: 877 796 8873 or email: [email protected] if you have any further questions, or you can fill out this online form to find the local distributors/dealers near you:, thank you.


Our gopher wire will definitely work for wild rabbits once installed under the artificial grass. Any animals that can dig underground and potentially damage the foundations of turf base will be prevented by using gopher wires. However, it won’t do anything to animals that don’t dig such as squirrels. Please let us know if you have any other questions by calling us at 877 796 8873 or emailing us at [email protected], thank you.

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