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How it works

1. Excavation

First off, we need to remove the existing turf to a depth of approximately 70mm depending on ground conditions. 

All waste disposal included.

Dealing with debris

Remove leaves and debris using a leaf blower, stiff brush or plastic rake to keep your artificial grass in tip-top condition.

Patrolling after pets

If you've got a pet and they try and fertilise your new lawn, never fear! Pick up any mess and give your grass a wash to keep things fresh.

Keeping things clean

If you have a barbecue, watch out for embers landing on your grass. And don't let it fall victim to chewing gum or glues!

Ensuring things stay even

If you place any stationary or heavy objects on your grass, move them around occasionally to keep your grass in consistent condition.

How to care for your grass

  • Why should I choose Novagrass?
    An excellent question. We pride ourselves on offering a complete service. And by complete, we mean that everything from our service staff, vans and etiquette, right through to the artificial grass itself, is professional, high quality and tailored to your needs. We have years of experience working with artificial grass in our ranks, so we know our products inside and out, and we are dedicated to ensuring that we leave your home or business with a luscious finish that you'll love for years.
  • Does artificial grass require maintenance?
    There are a few aftercare things you may need to do to keep your grass in perfect condition, but these are much less effort than maintaining a natural lawn! You can find some quick tips on our 'How it works' page, but if you'd like some more specific information or advice, feel free to get in touch with our experts.
  • Can weeds grow in artificial grass?
    While weeds are prevented from growing underneath your artificial lawn through a combination of layered aggregate and weed barrier membrane, it's a good idea to keep an eye on plant litter or debris that's up on the surface and give it all a good sweep every now and again. If these bits of plant are allowed to settle and they meet with moisture, they can grow into weeds. However, these are likely to be weak as they cannot embed themselves in any soil. So if they do grow, you should be able to easily lift them out and remove them.
  • Can I hoover artificial grass?
    Absolutely! A hoover is a great way to pick up excess leaves or plant litter that might occasionally collect on your artificial grass. We recommend you do this when it's dry, as wet debris can get a bit messy. You can also use a stiff brush or plastic rake to achieve the same results.
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