Where do the drainage holes lead to under the turf?
Answered Sep 14 11:42 AM
Water or liquids are going through the drainage holes on the artificial grass directly onto whatever base your turf was installed on. If your application is a typical landscape lawn, you will expect liquids go through the drainage holes onto your sub base which normally required to be a few inches of drain rock and decomposed granites ideal for optimized draining capacities. If you have your turf installed on a hard surface and needs the turf to drain, I will recommend you to use drain tiles to create the spaces underneath your artificial grass for drainage purpose. However, such drainage tiles won’t be necessary if your applications require no drainage such as projects for indoors. From time to time, you might not be able to use the drainage tiles for some outdoor turf installations on a solid surface, you will need to make sure that your surface have certain slope for water and liquids to dissipate sideways, in such case, the drainage holes on the turf won’t be functional as well as they were designed to be. Please let us know if you have any other questions by phone (877 796 8873), email ([email protected]) or fill out this online form: https://www.globalsynturf.com/free-quote
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