Where do you need to pay attention when you have installed artificial grass?

Before the installation

- carefully remove all roots, plants, greenery, weeds and the like. Pay special attention to rampant vegetation such as bamboo, reed, birthwort and similar varieties. Make sure that these are completely dug out.

- if you are in an area where there are moles, voles or other similar burrowers, you should ensure that there are systems installed that keep these small animals away. For more information, you can contact our employees. In any case, ResiGrass cannot be held responsible for subsidences of installed artificial grass caused by natural phenomena, by animals rummaging the surface, storm damage and so on. For this purpose, we refer explicitly to our General Terms and Conditions.

- fill subsidences, cavities, uneven areas and make sure that the ground is at the proper level. Keep in mind any border stones.

- make sure that there are no pipes, cables or roof covering that can be damaged when securing the turf and clearly indicate which space is available for the use of nails or other attachment material.  ResiGrass is not responsible for any damage to the surface if you have not informed us in writing of the presence of infrastructure that can possibly be damaged and/or the precautionary measures to be taken in that context. 

Right after the installation

- do not walk on the artificial grass for a minimum of 24 hours after the installation so that the glue can harden and to prevent the seams from coming apart  

- one week after the installation, brush against the blades of the artificial grass with a hard brush.

In order to prevent damage

- do not leave any garden hose filled with water lying on the grass during hot summer days. Be attentive for reflections of sunlight caused by windows, glass domes etc. Those might cause melting of the fibres due to the magnifiying-glass effect when the melting point (75° - 80°C) is reached.

- do not push chairs and tables over the turf. This action can work like "knives" and cut off the blades of grass, just like natural grass would also become damaged.

- be careful when using BBQs or other sources of heat. Place sources of heat preferably elsewhere and not on the artificial grass in order to avoid melt spots.

- ensure for regular and appropriate maintenance according to the use and the application. (See www.resigrass.com/info/maintenance)


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