Tips for Synthetic Grass Installation
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Synthetic grass has several advantages over natural grass. These include reduced water consumption and low maintenance costs. However, correct installation is essential to ensure that synthetic grass looks as natural as possible and serves its purpose. 

The preparation of the ground or the ground on which the grass will lie is the first step of the process. Depending on the type of flooring, it may be necessary to clear vegetation, level it or even use a roller.
Next, it will be necessary to apply a geotextile mesh (fixed with metal clips) that prevents the growth of weeds. 

Depending on the area to be covered and the size of the rollers to be used, it may be necessary to mow the lawn. The tip is to cut with some margin of excess that can be corrected later. It is also important to ensure that the "hair direction" is all in the same direction for a better aesthetic effect.

To join the various grass strips you can use a joining strip on which you will need to apply bi-component glue that has to be previously mixed and prepared or mixed glue. In a more practical way, you can use double adhesive jointing strips where it is only necessary to remove the paper. Independently of the form used, the important thing is to adjust and place the grass strips well.

When the installation is finished, we recommend a superficial watering to eliminate possible dirt and then "combing" the grass so that the fibres recover their verticality.

These small steps are essential for easy maintenance, better aesthetic results and prolong the life of the product!
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