Artificial Turf Installations
Our customers have artificial turf supplied and installed for a variety of reasons. For each project we take the time to understand our customers requirements and tailor a solution to suit.
Below are some examples of artificial turf installations we have completed:
Artificial Turf Examples
Many of our delighted clients are happy for us to display their completed artificial turf installations and provide testimonials.
But please don't just take our word for it, see below our artificial grass reviews from delighted customers.
Artificial Grass Installation Glasgow
My grass was far too wet and muddy, even when we had prolonged periods of dry weather. It was clear to me that something had to be done in order to be able to use the grass again. Artificial turf was my preferred option primarily because I wanted to keep the look of real grass but not have the drainage problems or maintenance.
Artificial Turf Installation Glasgow
Our garden was a mixture of messy mucky wet grass and old unsightly monoblock which needed a complete overhaul. It also ran up on a fairly steep slope which meant our young toddler could not play on it. We had the garden levelled off by a builder friend and decided to get the guys to do our garden in the same artificial turf as they had installed in our neighbours across the street (they done a fantastic job there).
This was a fairly standard job as the customer had already even off what was a very steep sloping garden, so after the usual layer of weed barrier, layer of hardcore and layer of whin dust we laid our 35mm Artificial Glass, over the garden and around the existing conservatory. A nice little job for the guys to finish in a couple of days.
Artificial Grass Installation Glasgow
The garden was the muckiest muddiest one I have ever had in my life. It just never ever dried out and had 3 inch puddles which lay for weeks before drying out so installing a low maintenance synthetic grass surface was the only option we had. We decided to look at artificial grass as an option because it would keep the look and feel of a proper garden but with no maintenance.
I insisted that the company lay some field drainage pipes which lead to the main drain so that we completely eradicated the chance of future water build up. They were more than happy to do so and I was more than happy with the results.
Artificial Turf Scotland were very happy to complete this job to the customers’ requirements as it allowed us to show exactly what we are capable of in terms of dealing with poor drainage and water build-up in a domestic garden. The preparation for this was slightly different to normal as we had to dig many drainage channels to guide the flow of water to the nearest main drain which meant no water build up at all at final artificial turf install stage.
Once all the drainage channels were dug and pipe installed our job was back to the normal artificial turf install process of laying the Hardcore, building the wooden frame, then the Whin Dust then lay trim and glue the artificial grass.
Artificial Turf Installation Edinburgh
Our garden was in great need of a full re-vamp. Not only was the grass long and unruly but the ground was a complete mess with the digs digging countless holes in it. We opted for artificial grass as we were informed the dogs could not dig through it and it would also be suitable for the kids to run about and play football and sports on.
Artificial Turf Scotland completed this installation in two working days, which included removal of existing turf, replace with our 45mm Meadow Artificial Grass, and install a row of Sleepers to be used as a retaining wall along the side of the garden. Our remit was to ensure the artificial grass used was pet and child friendly and would give the customer years of maintenance free use.
Fake Grass Installation Glasgow
The existing ground was very boggy and in particular a large area to the top right of the garden would never dry our completely as there was very little sunlight over it even at mid-day. In general this meant that there was little provision for the kids to go out and play without getting very mucky and wet.
Due to the constant wet muddy ground there was also a build-up of moss within the grass which made it look poorly maintained and always uneven. The grass had been replaced on one occasion at a fair cost and we felt that it might be the case it would just need replaced repeatedly, so decided to invest in artificial grass which would address the existing mucky muddy turfs drainage issues. And give us a nice flat even looking garden the whole year round.
Artificial Turf Scotland undertook to firstly dig up and get rid of the existing mucky messy muddy grass, then address the issue of poor drainage by laying a thicker than usual layer of Type1 Hardcore (crushed rock), we then levelled the area off to a degree before laying a wooden frame around the perimeter (pin artificial grass to) and then laying and flattening another layer of Whin Dust (very finely crushed rock) this time.
This allowed us to get the ground nice and level to appoint where we could lay the fake grass before trimming and gluing the joints for a completed job.