With a clean and even base setup, we are now ready to unroll the turf. Since the artificial turf has been rolled up for some time, the fibers tend to lay at an angle. To avoid this problem, we allow the fake grass to sit in the sun for a few hours. The sun helps the grass fibers return to a standing position, and helps the backing even itself out.
Once the fake grass blades return to their normal position, we begin cutting our artificial grass. We use our measurements, which we established during our planning phase of the installation process. Then we make the proper cuttings to start placing the synthetic grass on the property. Once the artificial turf is all set in the appropriate spots, we will secure the seams. This step binds each cutting of the fake grass together. We will use a mechanical fastener to secure the seams. We aim to place the least amount of seams possible for your property. However, the seams required varies based on the size, shape, and location of the yard. Once the seams fasten together, we can trim around the lawn’s border to remove any excess turf.
Now that our team has cut the artificial grass to fit the property, we will use a galvanized staple to bond it to the land. We will use this staple around the perimeter until every strip of fake grass is secure. Lastly, our crew will scan the area for any errors. If we notice any mistakes, we will correct them accordingly before proceeding to the final step.