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How To Install Artificial Grass on Concrete?

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When installing artificial turf, it is important to establish a solid base, which requires a lot of work. However, with concrete, you may already have an excellent base upon which to install artificial grass.

Before we start, we need some tools prepared: compactor, artificial lawn, tape measure, utility knife, broom, base filling material, drill, glue.

After preparing the tools, you can start DIY.

Step 1: Measure and Plan

Measure and plan the site for paved areas and prepare appropriate turf.


Step 2: Clean the Existing Concrete

Prior to installation, we highly recommend cleaning the concrete thoroughly. Concrete can be washed and/or scrubbed with a broom.

After cleaning, you need to let the concrete dry completely before proceeding to the next step.


Step 3: Install Drainage Holes

Cleaning the concrete or pavement is also a good opportunity to evaluate drainage effectiveness. If the water disappears without forming a puddle, you can continue to the next step. If not, you will need to use a drill to drill drainage holes where the puddles form. This will ensure you don’t end up with standing water after a heavy downpour.

Step 4: Base Filling

If there is an uneven place, we need to lay the bottom filling material evenly on the entire ground. The filling material can be fine sand and gravel, by compacting the filling material to level the ground.

Step 5: Install Artificial Grass

The synthetic turf is neatly placed in place according to the pre-designed paving direction and unfolded in sequence. It should be noted that the inclination of artificial turf grass fibers must be consistent. The turf should be left for 24 hours after being deployed on site to ensure that the stress on the turf is completely released.

Use a knife to cut off the excess from the back. If there is a seam, you will need to trim about three stitches from the edge of the grass on both sides to create a sewn seam.

Again, make all cuts before you try to glue anything.

Step 6: Secure Seams and Edges with Artificial Grass Glue

If there are seams, sew them first. Once all the seams are secured, you will be able to fold back the grass at the edges (the seams will not come apart) and apply a layer of glue around the entire perimeter of the lawn.

To ensure that the grass is fully bonded, it is recommended to stay away from the grass for the next few hours to prevent the astro grass from shifting underfoot.

Step 7: Add Sand and Brush Grass 

Once the glue has cured, we can move on to the final step of installation.

Finally, we recommend adding some sand to the grass. It will help secure your artificial turf and prevent any wrinkles, ripples, or creases from appearing in it. After installing the sand filler, you can brush the grass with a broom.


Artificial grass laid over concrete is a great way to freshen up a tired garden. The dilapidated concrete floor instantly transforms into a green lawn, suitable for gatherings of friends, children playing, and a paradise for pets.





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