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To maintain the highest standards of workmanship we only use our own in-house installation teams.  Our professional service extends throughout our catchment area of London and the South East.  If you are outside our catchment area, we are happy to supply the same quality grasses and provide detailed instruction for DIY projects.

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In this section of the site, we will be demonstrating how to lay artificial grass. The transformation that can be accomplished with a one-day installation of fake grass can be found below. The step-by-step process is efficient and can be carried out by anyone possessing basic DIY skills.  

Follow the steps below to learn how to fit and install artificial grass efficiently.

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Follow the steps below to learn how to lay artificial grass efficiently.

Kiln Dried Sand Infill Required
Easy Lawn  4kg/m2
Premier Curl 4kg/m2
True Lawn 6-8kg/m2
Tough Lawn 6-8kg/m2
Soft Lawn 6-8kg/m2
Luxury Lawn 8-10kg/m2
Prestige Lawn 8-10kg/m2



To ensure your artificial turf installation is kept in adequate condition and looking pristine all year round, regular maintenance is required. The primary operation to carry out when taking care of your fake grass lawn is to brush it frequently to remove any soil, dirt or debris. You should also wash your new surface to remove any dust after installing artificial grass. Do not jet or pressure wash as this will remove any infill which is present.

We recommend occasionally loosening the sand on the surface with a spring rake and topping up as required - do not use a powered scarifier as this may damage the grass fibre. Hot items like barbecues shouldn't be put directly on the surface, and you should avoid stubbing out cigarettes on the grass.

Also, do not place anything heavy on the grass as this may damage the soil below. In the event of snowfall, you should leave it to melt and avoid using chemical de-icers on the surface. If your grass is in a particularly damp area, you can treat it with moss-killer annually. We recommend opting for a liquid-based solution containing dichlorophen.

Additional advice for dog owners - don't let your dog dig up the surface or pull at the edges. We advise removing any dog faeces as soon as possible by hosing down the area and gently brushing if required. During dry periods, we recommend hosing the whole lawn in order to flush out residues. Lastly, unlike natural turf, disinfectant can be applied to artificial grass, if necessary.

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