So, you’re looking to take on a small DIY artificial grass project? Congrats! But you may be thinking, “What do I need to do the work?” Here’s a breakdown of the tools you’ll need to have on hand to finish that basic DIY artificial grass project!
Shovel and Pickaxe
You’ll need these for the digging and excavating phase!
Landscape/Heavy Duty Rake
To spread the sub-base material.
For transporting heavy items and sub-base.
Compact that sub-base!
You need this to measure grass cuts and the project area.
To mark out cuts on the grass.
You gotta cut the grass somehow! And it never hurts to have spares.
For stretching out the grass.
For hammering the grass and nails into the sub-base.
Drop and spread the infill all over that grass!
And evenly disperse that infill into the grass.
If you have a more complex project that requires seams or anything beyond a basic installation, you’ll need a few more tools than these. But for a simple DIY, that’s what you’ll need!
As always, call or visit your local Purchase Green for a better idea of what tools will be required for your particular project!