Stabilisé (dry concrete mix), tiles, wood floors, concrete,...

ResiGrass has been active in the industry already more than ten years and based on this experience, has developed a total concept for installation that delivers great results. 

We are happy to share this expertise with you and help you along the way with the tips below.

For the installation of ResiGrass on a paved surface (concrete, tiles, wood, dry concrete mix, ...) follow the instructions below

Follow the described method, keeping in mind the following points:

1. Surface preparation

  • make sure the surface is as even as possible
  • any small uneven areas can be smoothed as long as ResiBase is used


2. Intermediate layer

We recommend installing an intermediate layer with ResiBase as described for this purpose. In this case, ResiGeo can also be an option in certain cases, but ResiBase is preferred.

3. Install ResiGrass

Install the grass as described for this purpose.  In order to secure and anchor the turf to the surface, ResiNail or ResiGlue is used, where you apply it over the entire perimeter of your premises, at least at every meter. For surface that cannot be penetrated, such as roofs with roofing or EPDM layers, only use ResiGlue.  ResiNails can be nailed easily in the surface and is uses on hardened surfaces, concrete, tiles,etc.. ResiNail is a thick steel galvanized nail of the highest quality. 

Screws can also be used on a wooden floor in order to attach everything properly. 


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