Soil

This is the most obvious place to install a synthetic lawn, and any type of soil is suitable for the installation of an artificial lawn. Make sure that the surface is level and proper drainage and membrane have been installed and you'll enjoy your faux lawn, or putting green or dog playground for many years to come.

Cement

Brighten up a dull courtyard or patio by simply laying artificial grass directly over the concrete and securing it in place with a suitable outdoor glue. Choose a heavy-duty grass turf for busy areas.

Wood

There's no limit to how you can use artificial grass with wood - just your imagination. You can wrap those old garden chairs, cover a table with a grass cloth and add an artificial lawn to your decking. One word of caution: make sure you thoroughly waterproof the wood beneath, as synthetic grass is free-draining and any moisture will damage untreated wood.

Plastic

Go wild in the garden with grass cushions for your plastic garden furniture, or cover small plastic tables or cubes with grass to create fun and funky outdoor stools. Children will love small plastic furniture covered with artificial grass and flowers - the perfect place to have a garden picnic with the fairies at the bottom of the garden! A waterproof glue will hold the fake grass in place.

Brick

If you have a brick paver patio or path in your garden, try sprucing it up with low-maintenance artificial turf tucked between the bricks. You'll never need to mow, so the definition will remain crisp and sharp. Or simply lay a mat of synthetic grass over the pavers and hold in place with special adhesive tape.

If you'd like to transform any area of your garden with high-quality, low-maintenance synthetic grass, then we have plenty of varieties for you - from the hard-wearing and the fabulously fake to the 'can't believe it's not grass' variety. Whatever you opt for, give us a call and we'll be happy to advise you about your artificial lawn.