Unfortunately, there is no quick and easy answer when it comes to how much your new artificial lawn will cost as there are many variants that can affect the price.
Artificial grass is an investment, so it’s wise to do as much research as possible to ensure you understand the process and are able to choose an installer who is charging you a fair price.
There are various factors that affect the cost of artificial grass. These are the things that a professional installer will be looking for when he visits your property.
Let’s take a closer look at some of them.
What Type of Application is Required?
There are many different applications for artificial grass.
Most installations are carried out to replace an existing lawn in a back garden. However, synthetic grass can also be installed on concrete, paving or decking – although these applications require different installation methods.
Not only is AstroTurf used in residential gardens, but it can also be used inside the home – for example, as carpet in your child’s bedroom.
There are many other applications, such as in schools and playgrounds, sports fields, nurseries, dog kennels, offices, or events and exhibitions.
Due to the wide variety of uses, the installation methods employed will differ, and therefore the costs involved, will also vary. However, covering each different method in depth is beyond the scope of this particular article.
Everything in this guide is based upon replacing an existing real lawn with a fake lawn, as this is the most common type of artificial grass installation. We will be covering other methods in later articles.