Is artificial grass suitable for children?

Yes, it’s perfect for children of all ages. Even more so using the Quickgrass products. As all their grasses have soft touch technology as its softer for the kids to fall, tumble and roll on. Certain grasses are better than others for various reasons but we always advise sand infill if its going to have lots of activity as it will keep the pile from flattening over time and remove the wear on the anchor points of the grass.

Is artificial grass suitable for dogs?

Yes. Most of our customers are dog owners and struggle to keep a real lawn because of brown patches and muddy areas. We don’t advise using any sand infill because it traps smells and this is why now we also don’t use sand under the grass too. Its really easy to clean up messes and you can simply wash through with a hose.

Is artificial grass good for wet areas?

Yes, the grass itself has small holes running through the backing to allow water to pass through. This along with our standard permeable base means the water can run straight through meaning the grass will never hold water or become squelchy.

Will the artificial grass change colour or fade over time?

No, Quickgrass is guaranteed not to. It is made with the best quality colour agents and UV stabilizers having been tested for colour-fastness and UV resistance. No matter what the weather does it will not fade.

Is artificial grass suitable for laying on inclines?

Artificial grass can be installed on pretty much any grade you throw at it. The grass needs to be firmly attached around the perimeter but especially the top of the hill as the weight of the grass will slide if the correct preparation steps aren’t taken.

What if I spill something on my new lawn? How can I clean my artificial grass?

There’s not a lot that can harm the grass. If you spill drinks or drop food on it you simply clean it up using a hose. It’s not advisable to use bleach or any chemical based cleaners. Warm soapy water and a good scrub with a stiff brush generally will do the trick.

How long will my artificial grasses last for?

Once we lay any Quickgrass artificial lawn you are provided with a 10year UV guarantee. The UV guarantee covers two things, one that the colour won’t fade or change and two that the grass and backing material won’t degrade, become brittle or fall apart.

What maintenance is required once my artificial grass is installed?

There is minimal maintenance, clear off any leaves or debris using a brush or garden vac. If you have pets you can simply remove the waste and wash over with a garden hose. It’s quite common on dry days that customers have used the house vacuum.

Will I get weeds in my artificial lawn?

Once the existing vegetation has been removed we line the ground with a mypex landscaping fabric. This will prevent weed growth. If your grass is sand in filled then there is a small chance of airborne seeds taking root within the sand. These weeds will be easy to pull out as they are not growing into the ground. Regularly brushing your grass along with an occasional soak with a water based weed killer will keep your lawn looking great.

Does artificial grass require a sand infill?

Yes and no, it all depends on its usage. If the lawn is going to have a lot of activity on it, it is recommended as it will prevent wear on the grass. If you have dogs and they do their business on the grass we don’t use sand as it can over time build up an unpleasant odour. If the grass is not going to have a lot of activity on it and is more for a visual purpose we would not recommend sand infill.

Can I play sports on artificial grass?

Yes, where artificial grass differs from real grass is that it won’t wear and create muddy unsightly patches. It’s very robust and will withstand heavy foot fall from playing any kind of sport. It is advised to sand infill the grass to protect the lawn from wearing at the base and keep the grass yarn upright and proud.

Will having artificial grass help with my hay fever?

Yes, it will almost certainly reduce the amount of pollen you are subjected to in your garden. As most people will tell you that suffer with hay fever, cutting the grass can be a nightmare certain times of the year. Cutting the grass releases a large amount of pollen and as you haven’t got to cut your artificial grass that will never be a concern again.