Let’s cut to the chase, YES you can put artificial grass on paving slabs. Here are the tips and tricks in doing it correctly in the most cost-effective way.

Do you have an existing patio area? Perhaps a paved walkway that you are itching to do something with. Whether you are wanting to create a softer surface for the children or a more attractive and vibrant area, we are telling you that you can put artificial grass on paving slabs.

Over a couple of decades paving slabs often discolour and this results in more people choosing artificial grass. There are a couple of things that you should consider first though:

  • The ground will need to be as flat as possible. This may mean that the paving slabs need patching up with concrete. The more delves in the paving, the more chance the paving will start to show through. Always aim for a flat surface.
  • Remember it is still a hard surface so consider the optional 5mm rubber padding underlay to help cushion the surface underfoot.
  • On a budget? Artificial grass on paving slabs is one of the cheapest installation options due to the limited base works needed (especially if it is already a sturdy base)
artificial grass on paving slabs

Artificial lawn in the North East, surrounded by sandstone paving

Need further help with installation?

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Or call/email Lion Lawns on 01642 713 555 / info@lionlawns.co.uk