Our artificial sports grass gives a consistent, high level of performance that is required by World Sporting Bodies.

Laid on a rubber shock pad to reduce the likelihood of player injury, artificial sports grass is durable and can be used for a variety of sports including cricket, football, golf, hockey, rugby, tennis, and multi-sports.



Installers arrive on site wearing full PPE and sign in if required. Once equipment has been unloaded, installers measure area, take photos, check dips and report temperature.

The area is then dried with a gas lance and cleared of leaves and debris. Edges are primed twice to reduce shockpad shrinkage.

If a safety surface is required, the impact absorbing layer is first installed using SBR rubber. Materials are mixed with a resin-binder and transported by wheelbarrow to the area for laying. The mixture of rubber and resin is levelled to the required thickness, and a screed, roller or hand trowel is used to smooth and lightly compact the surface to gain an even, level finish.

Once the SBR layer has cured, the artificial grass layer is rolled out and cut to size using a stanley knife.

Binder is used to seal joints and prevent lift around edges. Once fixed in place, sand is spread onto the grass. This extra weight means that the grass stays in place. The sand provides stability and protects the turf. As a result, no wrinkles or folds develop through use. The sand also surrounds the long blades of artificial grass and ensures that they remain erect.



  • Werneth High School

    Werneth High School

    Site Name: Werneth High School
    Location: Stockport
    Surface Type: Artificial Sports Grass

    This huge sports pitch at Werneth High School in Stockport was designed to provide children with a space they can use 365 days a year.


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Artificial Grass is a low maintenance product. However, it should undergo regular inspection and maintenance to keep it in optimum condition.


It can take 6-8 weeks for your artificial lawn to reach its optimum condition.

All artificial grass products require an evenly distributed infill and this ‘bedding in’ period allows the infill material to fully penetrate and settle into the structure of the turf.

It is important to brush your lawn on a regular basis. Brushing should take place at least once every month depending on your usage and should be carried out using a stiff brush.

Brushing should be undertaken in a number of directions to help remove debris and leaves. It is important that the turf pile is maintained vertically – this can be achieved by brushing against the pile direction to avoid pile flattening.

From time to time, some infill may appear on the surface of your lawn. This only requires light brushing to return it into the turf structure.


In adverse weather conditions the surface may be prone to frost and/or ice. The surface will not be affected by the application of granular sodium chloride.


A routine visual inspection is recommended. This should consist of the following as a minimum:

All debris should be removed from the surface by brushing or raking with a large plastic fan rake; or with the use of a leaf blower. It is important to prevent organic matter from building up in the turf structure. Letting it accumulate will affect drainage and also encourage weed growth.

Moss and weed killing should take place once a year or as required, ensuring that there is no accumulating vegetation on the surface. The moss and weed killer agent must be a water-based product and have a maximum pH balance of 8.

Please also ensure that when the moss and weeds have died off, all dead matter, including roots are removed or in the case of moss swept out of the turf structure.


Pet stains should be removed straight away. This can be done using a solution of lukewarm water mixed with a gentle household detergent such as washing up liquid.

Additionally, rinse the area down with a garden hose – this will help to remove any lingering odours created by pet waste.





Q: Are there different types of artificial grass?
A: Yes, artificial grass comes in various types; some have a shorter pile, a firm touch and more durable. Others have a longer pile, a softer touch and look more authentic.

Q: Is sand essential for installation of artificial grass?
A: Ideally, yes. Sand helps to keep the pile of the grass standing up right, it acts as a weight and more importantly reduces static build up. It also keeps the grass cool in the summer months by retaining moisture.

Q: Does artificial grass require maintenance?
A: Once the grass has been installed, it requires a minimum level of maintenance. We recommend a ‘light and often’ technique; meaning regular light brushing to reduce the risk of the fibres flattening and the infill from settling. Over time, you may also want to top up the infill to help rejuvenate the overall look of your grass.

Q: Can weeds penetrate the surface?

A: The fibres in the artificial grass are tufted into a very strong backing cloth which helps to prevent roots and weeds from growing through the surface. However, weeds may occasionally appear on the surface as a result of windblown seeds. Smaller weeds can be removed by hand without damaging the surface. If weeds are removed by hand, it is important to ensure that the root is fully extracted, not just broken off.

Q: What is artificial grass made from?

A: Artificial grass is made from either polypropylene or polyethylene yarn, depending on it’s end purpose. These materials are durable, UV stabilised and sourced from TenCate Grass, the world’s leading yarn manufacturer. The yarn is tufted into a polypropylene backing cloth and rubber back for maximum turf retention.

Q: Why is artificial grass more beneficial than a tarmac when it comes to play and sport surfacing?

A: There are many reasons why artificial grass is more beneficial than tarmac when it comes to play and sport surfacing; users are more active and more likely to participate on artificial pitches and areas, the rate of injuries is reduced because of the consistency and accessibility of the all-weather surfaces and users can reach their full potential when playing on high quality surfaces.

Q: Is artificial grass porous?

A: Artificial grass is porous; our systems have specially designed drainage holes placed consistently throughout the turf to ensure water sheds quickly and efficiently, reducing the risk of pooling on the surface. The sub-base, in which our systems are installed on, are designed to provide superior drainage properties.