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Can you lay artificial grass on slabs?
There are numerous reasons why you might want to lay artificial grass in your garden - it is extremely easy to maintain, will withstand several years of abuse from children and animals, doesn’t require water or fertiliser, and looks great too.
But if you want to keep some natural grass in your garden or only have the option of installing on top of concrete, you may be wondering whether it is even possible. Thankfully, you can lay artificial grass on slabs.
What you need to know about laying artificial grass on slabs
The process of laying artificial grass on slabs is much simpler and more straightforward than doing so in an area of your garden where there was once a lawn. This would have to involve removing the existing turf, adding a base layer of sand, levelling the surface, and finally adding a membrane layer,
But when laying artificial grass on slabs, you virtually have a clean canvas to work with from the get-go. In fact, the distinct advantage of slabs is that providing they are level, all you need to do is cut your artificial grass to size, roll it out, and stick it down.
What you need to remember when laying artificial grass on slabs
Despite the ease in which you can lay artificial grass on slabs, you will still need to bear a few things in mind:
Follow these steps and you won’t encounter any major problems when laying artificial grass on top of concrete slabs.