We all know artificial turf requires little maintenance, but will it damage? Fortunately it is not common. However, if something does happen to the surface, how to repair artificial turf? Can I repair my artificial turf by myself? The good news is that these damages can easily be repaired. Read on to learn how to address simple problems quickly and safely.
The greatest risk of damage is the lawn will split from the joint line, or related to heat, causing melting spots on the lawn.
1. Your artificial grass surface split from the joint line: Re-seam and fix
Sometime artificial turf may slip due to the shrink. Shrink means cold makes the lawn contract. Although we always select stable materials for the products, In some places the temperatures between day and night are quite different, in this situation, shrink may cause gaps to appear. You need to re-seam the artificial grass. Subsequently, we recommend you to use U-pins to fix the lawn every 50cm, both horizontal direction and vertical direction.
2. Melting spots on artificial lawn: Replace with new piece
Any damage to artificial grass can be repaired. You can cut out the damaged piece of artificial turf and replace by a new piece. Therefore we always advise customers to save the unwanted artificial grass pieces cut during the installation. These can be used for any repairs.
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You must be aware of the fact that used artificial grass will look differently than new artificial turf, even when it is the same product. You can compare this with normal carpet. A repair usually remains visible. Do not worry too much about this though as this difference disappear with time. Over time, this difference will be less and less visible.
Now you should understand repair artificial grass for landscape and garden projects is quite easy, but if it is a large sport field, you’d better ask the installer for help.
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