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Artificial Grass Installation Cost

A common question we’re asked is, ‘How much does artificial grass installation cost?’

As you’ll now be aware, this varies depending upon the circumstances, as described earlier in this article.

However, to give you an idea, we are now going to give you an overview of the cost to install artificial grass.

Professional Artificial Grass Installation Cost

Clearly, a DIY installation is always going to be cheaper than hiring a professional artificial grass installer.

However, we always recommend hiring an experienced installer as they’ll be well versed in best installation practices and techniques – which can save you stress and money in the long run.

As mentioned above, there are also various installation methods and an experienced tradesman can advise you on the best one to meet your individual needs and circumstances.

Advantages of Utilizing Artificial grass for golf courses

Nowadays an increasing number of people are turning towards artificial marijuana because they utilize them as an alternate for their organic lawns. But aside from domestic functions, it may be utilized for several purposes such as cricket grounds and golf courses being popular choices. Below I’ve clarified some reasons for utilizing synthetic grass on golf courses.

Fantastic Visual Appeal

1 significant advantage of using artificial green grass in golfing is its visual appeal. That is the reason it’s often a popular solution for sporting events such as golf.


Having a pure grass golf course, frequent signs of tear and wear are bound to become evident after a time. From unsightly sand patches to arid locations, natural grass could be a burden in a round of golfclubs.

This type of artificial grass golf lessons necessitates none to very little maintenance in comparison to a real grass lawn. Concerning cleaning, it is quite simple to execute and requires just down some water to wash off accumulated dirt. In addition, it doesn’t have to be watered every day that may allow you to reduce your amount of water intake.

How Much Free Artificial Grass Samples Do You Need?

In order to get an idea of costs, the first step is work out how much artificial grass is needed to cover your lawn.

To do this, you’ll need a tape measure, a piece of paper and pencil.

Firstly, sketch the shape of your lawn.

Next, measure the width of your lawn. It’s very important to measure across the widest point when doing this.


Then do the same for the length, again making sure to measure the longest part of your lawn.

If your lawn is a simple rectangle, never assume that it is perfectly square as it often isn’t.

One very important thing to bear in mind is that artificial grass only comes in 2m or 4m widths. (The length can be anything up to 25m.)

This means that depending on the shape of your lawn, you may well have some wastage.

Even though the area of your lawn may only be 30m2, you may in fact need 35m2 (or more) of artificial grass to cover it.

If, for example, your lawn measures 4.2m across, it may be worth considering adjusting the width of the lawn to 4m, rather than buy another 2m roll and use only 0.3m of it.

This can be achieved by either:

  • Increasing the size of an existing flower bed, or adding a new flower bed. (To keep this low-maintenance, you could install weed membrane then cover it with some decorative aggregate, such as slate chippings, and perhaps then introduce some plants contained within pots.)
  • Installing some form of edging, such as a block paved edge or sleepers.


Although having wastage isn’t ideal, it generally can’t be avoided and after most installations there are some offcuts left over.

However, people tend to find useful things to do with these offcuts.

For example, artificial grass makes for an excellent doormat, budding golfers can practice their chipping on it, and it’s great for covering shelving in a greenhouse, or even covering old garden tables and chairs.

Use your imagination and you’ll be sure to think of something useful to do with the offcuts.