Do I need to put sand under artificial grass?
Similarly, you may ask, how do you prepare the ground for artificial grass?
Ground preparation before the installation of synthetic turf
- Remove existing grass.
- After having watered the soil, turn it over from 5 – 10cm depth.
- Level the ground, break up clods, cut off roots and remove debris and pebbles.
- Even out the ground, and take out any uneven parts which would not be attractive after the turf has been laid.
One may also ask, how much sand do I need for artificial turf? We recommend 5-8kg of sand per square metre of artificial grass. The sand should be spread as evenly as possible, without clumps.
Likewise, people ask, what kind of sand do you use for artificial grass?
What is the best base for artificial grass?
The CMB is the most common choice for landscaping uses. It's easily compacted and less expensive. DG creates a smoother finish than the CMB but is more expensive. If you're creating a putting green with artificial turf, DG is a good choice.