5mm of silica sand, which is brushed into the top of the synthetic grass after it is cut and laid, works to hold it down. While a 5mm layer of sand may not sound like much weight, it is actually quite heavy in total across the entire grass. The sand also allows organisms to live in it as they do in real grass, to help break down spillages and pet mess.
Pegging or other types on fixation are not necessary in all applications, because they work themselves loose during the natural settling process of the 50mm layer of aggregate or ‘crusher dust’ beneath the grass. However, we do recommend pegging along most joins.
Of course! We can install around pools, edges of water features, curved garden edges and more.
Yes, we sell the eco synthetic grass range and the other required products to DIY customers.
Yes, eco synthetic grass comes with a 10 year warranty. Please call or email us for further warranty information.
Yes. It’s almost impossible for pets to dig and destroy, it’s resistant to dog droppings, and it’s easy to wash and disinfect. We also have a product called Zeolite which neutralises the ammonia.
We have available for purchase our ZEOLITE spreadable sand which will neutralise the ammonia to eliminate the odour. (More information about ZEOLITE is under our Products tab).
eco synthetic grass contains ingredients called UV stabilisers which protect its shape and colour from the long-term effects of sunlight, specifically ultra-violet rays.
We’ve had no reports of discolouration or damage to eco synthetic grass from a large number of installations at the edges of all pools treated with all types of saltwater, chlorine and alternative water treatments.
Each roll of eco synthetic grass is 3.85 metres wide.
It has been done in “supply only” instances. We recommend the product to be installed on a 50mm layer of crusher dust (crushed rock) for drainage and to retain its shape during the inevitable movement and settling of the combined ground surface. (See Installation)
Yes, and we strongly recommend a 100mm of crusher dust be laid to retain its shape in the area where a vehicle is parked.
Extremely unlikely! Eco synthetic grass is extremely heavy especially when it has been laid with the silica sand infill.
No, our grass has been CSIRO tested.