D.I.Y. Install

Follow these easy steps for Do-it-yourself installation. These steps cover the installation process for all of our product lines. If you have any questions or difficulities, please contact us.

Specialty Tools

  • Seaming Cloth (for seaming 2 or more rolls together)
  • Seaming Glue (1 qt. = approx. 15-ft.)
  • Landscape Stakes (25 per package)
  • Stiff Bristle Broom (for grass fibers)
  • Hand Tamper (for outdoor apps)
  • Sprinkler Caps (if needed)

Common Tools

  • Utility Knife
  • Hammer
  • Yard Rake
  • Shovel
  • Wheelbarrow
  • Tape Measure
  • Marking Paint
  • Garden Hose
  • Shop Broom
Tamper tamping down asphalt

01

Prepare the Base

Clear the surface area where the base of your grass will be placed. If used outdoors; remove anything unwanted (ex: old grass), then use your turf rake and hand tamper to smooth and compact the base surface.

Pulling edge of turf into position

02

Position your Grass

Once the base is prepared, it is recommended you use marking paint to visually plan out the installation of you new grass.

Cutting through turf with utility knife

03

Trimming to Size

After placing your grass in position; customize installation using a utility knife to carefully trim your grass to the desired size and shape, keeping the grain pointed in the same direction.

Glue being spread evenly across the underside of turf

04

Glue Seams Together

Align 2 pieces of grass with grain in the same direction. Once aligned, fold back edges to place seaming cloth and adhesive. Lay seaming cloth entire length of seam, then apply adhesive liberally and evenly.

Securing turf by hammering pins through turf

05

Secure in Place

Secure edges by driving Landscape Stakes approximately every 6″- 8″ along perimeter. For large installations additional landscape stakes should be used to reinforce long seams and placed where needed.

Brusing turf grass with a blue nylon rake

06

Maintenance

Our products are built to last with little or no maintenance needed. To clean simply use mild soap and water. To keep out odors use Turf Infill + Pet Deodorizer. When needed use a Turf Rake to brush bristle fibers upright.