Artificial Grass

Artificial grass is not to everyone’s taste but it offers a realistic alternative to the real thing. The group is related to artificial grass where to purchase, installation tips, after care etc.

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Comment by niall gibb on May 6, 2009 at 20:49
i use Rigby Taylor and the sales rep gave me samples

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Comment by Graeme @ BGS on May 7, 2009 at 7:03

Use the two web sites and request samples on-line. Suggest requesting "large samples" as this would give you a better visual effect.
Comment by Donny Bryan on July 7, 2009 at 11:01
Hi Guys, I'd never really considered artificial grass and to be honest hadn't heard of anyone using it in outdoor garden settings so I'm interested in your experiences, particularly who your typical customers are. Has anyone been commissioned to lay artificial grass for a school playing field? Thanks!

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Comment by Graeme @ BGS on July 7, 2009 at 11:19
WOuldn't say I have a typical client. My range from 50 - 90 M2 and they all have their own reasons for wanting ag.

Latest two are to cover a decking aroound his swimming pool and the other which is a nearly new build but clay soil and wanting a more all year round play surface for their young child.

I would always push for the real thing but if the client doesn't want the hassle or the aree is a particular problem for turf then AG is idea.
Comment by Adam Robinson on October 5, 2010 at 8:52


We have been installing Artificial grass for a number of years, It is a great alternative to normal turf especially in damp areas and shady areas where the grass is never at its best.
We have had clients from all backgrounds from childminders who have kids running riot in the gardens to professionals who havnt the time to cut there grass but like a clean cut lawn,all of which the grass is designed for.
The great thing is ther is minimum maintenance
no cutting
as long as the leaves are picked up there is very little to do!
I have installed a lot of different types of artificial grass and have decided which one we prefer.

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Comment by Graeme @ BGS on October 5, 2010 at 9:28
Some great examples. Very impressed.
Comment by duncan ross on January 28, 2012 at 10:06

On the basis that the grass costs approx. £20/m2, to install an area 60/m2 would cost what?? We have just taken up the Namgrass dealership & are experienced landscapers, but would like advice on costs from people used to installation. Any other info would be gratefully received.

Duncan Ross


Comment by Mark Atkins on January 28, 2012 at 13:00

£20.00 / sq. m seems very low compared with synthetic sports turf, (£1,200.00 for a 60 sq. m area) but then they are constructed on a drained dynamic stone & membrane foundation.

Does anyone know the carbon tax (+ aggregate tax levy, etc) associated with for installing synthetic grass / lawns?

Are there any issues with maintenance? With artificial sport surfaces cost are approx. £8,000 for a deep clean that includes a cleaning solution to kill off any virus such as MRSA, kill mosses & algae then lifts the sand / crumb back fill removing any debris and then returns the cleaned infill into the sward?

I am currently evaluating a biological maintenance system that will maintain cleanliness and prevent moss / algae formation. So far the 2 year trials are looking very good. by not having to use the usual disinfectants there are no toxic residues.

The name of the product will be called Vescor and will be available from mid February this year.

Comment by Morgan Barlow on March 4, 2013 at 13:15
Hi to all in the group.

I have around 8 years experience in artificial turf, working in all aspects from manufacturing of the product to installing, selling, managing small to large projects working with recognised names such as Sony and UEFA.

I would be happy to advise or assist anyone with any enquiries from sourcing turf to installation and best practise.

Speak soon.

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Comment by Matthew@Westend Landscapes on April 28, 2013 at 21:26
Hi all, I'm Matthew at Westend Landscapes have been landscaping for 20 + years and first installed artificial grass 2002.
So can help out with any questions and hopefully still learn a ting or two off everyone on here.

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