Each grass installation is different but the key stages in a typical installation are as follows
Stage 1 involves ground preparation and removing any old turf. This should assist in maintaining, or achieving, a level garden surface.
Stage 2 is where the grass edging is fitted, whether this is timber, brick, concrete or metal
To help preserve the appearance the installed Namgrass should have a neat, durable edge around it. When selecting materials to edge the product (timber, brick, concrete or metal are all possible) you must account for the pile height of your Namgrass
Stage 3 is where the area to be grassed needs to be covered with a layer of fine aggregate such as ‘Dust’ or similar, remember that the particles should be no bigger than 5mm. Use a compacter to help compress the aggregate material and provide a firm base. Keep adding until the layer is between 40-60mm deep
The final stage will mean the Namgrass is laid over the area to be grassed and overlay the edges so there is enough material to trim for a close finish. Leave the Namgrass to settle for a couple of hours. Then carefully cut the overlapping edges so they fit snugly up to the edging.
When laid Namgrass recommend the product is spread with an even layer of kiln-dried sand, this should help to stabilise and increase the durability of the grass installation