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Unreal Artificial Grass / Turf

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Please allow an extra 6% on your order for possible cutting, breakages or freight damage.

You will need: of your selected tile size – if you add an extra 6%.

Turf can solve a multitude of problems that you may have with your natural lawn.

Just like Real Grass!

Don't be fooled by cheaper grass in DIY stores. Our grass is top quality!
You won't be disappointed. 10 year warranty!

• Are you tired of mowing, or paying someone to do it?

• Are you sick of unsightly weeds that just keep coming back?

• Are you sick of lawn that’s boggy in the winter and brown in the summer?

• Are you dreading unaffordable bills due to grass watering?

• Are you ashamed of a mottled garden with inevitable bald spots everywhere?

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• 10 year warranty
• UV stabilized
• Easy Clean
• Low Cost Options
• Wear Tolerant
• Pet Friendly

1.87m x 20m = 37m2 (approx 110kg)
3.75m x 20m = 75m2 (approx 220kg)

Available in varation of depths. Prices are all the same regardless of thickness.

Nobel – 20mm
Nobel – 30mm
Nobel – 40mm
Nobel – 50mm

Roll Sizes: 1.876m x 20m and 3.75m x 20m
Price is per m2.


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It can eliminate the hassle of mowing, weeding, fertilising and watering. With the installation of our artificial grass for home landscaping, you can forget the pain and suffering induced by natural lawns. Enjoy lush, green grass that looks so real your neighbors can’t tell the difference – all year round.

Our different turf options imitate the curled structure and varied color of natural grass to make it look amazingly real. Whether you want short pile for the manicured look, or long pile like a meadow, there is an option to suit all gardens.

Safe for kids and pets – our artificial grasses contain no nasty chemicals or heavy metals.

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3750mm 20000mm 0mm

Installing Grass can be straight forward for any would-be DIY’er , but careful preparation is required to ensure that your premium quality Grass surface looks its best and wears evenly.

Suppliers Tip  Roll out the Grass that you are about to install while you are preparing the surface so that it can rest.

1. Mark and Measure your Installation Area. Remember that installation needs to be planned taking into account the 3.75m or 1.875m widths of the turf to avoid waste and excess seams.

2. (If converting and existing natural turf lawn) Remove existing turf cover. This can be done manually with a shovel or you can hire a turf cutter from the main hire equipment centres. Depending on how free draining the area is, this should be dug out 50mm to 100mm to allow a good drainage pull.

3. Close off the Sprinkler System. If an existing sprinkler system is installed, the sprinklers can be capped off and valves turned off as synthetic lawn will not need watering unless you want them left in to spray the lawn on hot days to cool them down.

4. Compact the existing ground. To ensure an even surface, you need to start with a solid foundation. Firm up any loose, uneven or soft ground with a roller or plate compactor.

5. Bordering and Basing. If the area to be installed is not finishing against a hard edge such as a concrete nib, pathway or decking, it is advisable to install H4 boxing to help retail fill and secure the grass onto or up to.
An ideal sub-base will have good compaction but permeable.

To attain this, fill 75% of the base with a GAP20 or similar size fill and compact it well.
Then fill the rest of the remaining 25% of base with GAP7 or similar fill and compact it well.
 wet the area after compacting to wash loose and small fill into the base, then compact again. The aim is to make the drainage base firm and level.

6. Check for Surface Depressions or Swales. Check for any uneven areas.

7. Correct Depressions. Any depressions in the sub base surface need to be filled in and re-leveled.

8. Roll out the grass to be installed to check positioning. 
Position your grass strip by strip and be as accurate as you possibly can be.

9. Cut the grass to size. Using a new blade in a quality utility knife, trim off the offcut excess material. This will make it easier to handle. Remember to cut precisely around the edges. Re-check that the turf is still positioned properly before trimming the edges.

10. Seam joins. If the lawn installation covers a larger area you may need to join Grass pieces together. This needs to be secured with a seam tape. Either a self-adhesive seam tape or joining tape and glue. Grass artificial turf is designed so that seams and joins are much less noticeable that you might expect and a 2-3mm gap will attain this. Ensure that no ‘blades’ are trapped in the seam to allow a good join and bring the 2 pieces together.

11. Pin the edges. Most applications just require the grass to be pinned down around the edges using ground staples. They are hammered into the grass with a mallet being careful to not trap and grass blades underneath. Place a ground staple every 300mm - 500mm meter around the edges. Transitional areas may require grass to be fixed to H4 boxing. Boxing can also act a retaining border.

12. Apply infill. Infill of kiln dried dry silica sand applied using a standard sand spreader / seed-drop spreader. Refer to product specifications for the recommended infill amount for your selected Turf (average infill amount is usually 5 - 10kgs of clean dry silica sand per SQM). This infill helps to weigh down the turf, make the fibres stand upright, help with grass cooling and assist with drainage.

13. Sit back, relax and enjoy your lawn.

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