How to construct artificial turf in the garden to meet standards that are both durable and cost-effective in the long term? This is the question of many people! So we – LUX98 SPORTS with more than 8 years of experience in the business and construction of artificial grass for gardens promise to bring you a quality garden.

The article below will outline a detailed roadmap for artificial garden grass construction for your reference. As well as notes when constructing artificial turf.



Not every type of grass is suitable for your garden. So before taking your child’s exam, we will have a step to review and advise customers completely free of charge on:


  • What type of grass should they choose for their garden/project

  • Balance costs according to customers’ wishes and choose different grass products

  • Consider whether the artificial grass area is indoor or outdoor and choose grass with different characteristics




There are 2 main cases that you need to pay attention to when constructing artificial turf in your garden as follows:


Case 1 – Hard ground

In this case, if your ground is hard and has been previously constructed such as: tiled floor, concrete covered floor, hard stone foundation, etc. So it is quite simple, you just need to clean Clear and clean the ground to spread the grass and glue and you’re done.

Case 2 – The ground is natural land

In the case of natural land as well as low-lying land, you need to process it first. If artificial grass is spread directly on natural soil, it will cause the artificial grass to wear out and reduce its lifespan due to waterlogging, dampness, mold, and natural grass interpenetrating the artificial grass. As follows:

  • Low-lying ground will cause subsidence when stepping on it. Or if you wear high heels, there will be holes in the grass

  • The natural ground is not completely flat, leading to poor drainage, creating puddles on the artificial turf field.

  • The grass base is made of rubber, so if it is spread directly on the ground, it can cause humidity and the grass base can easily rot, reducing the lifespan of the grass carpet.


To overcome the above situation, we will need one more step “Treating the ground before constructing artificial grass”


  • Step 1: Clean natural weeds, spray herbicides to avoid the natural grass layer from arising and affecting the artificial grass

  • Step 2: Roll the pre-determined garden floor to level the yard surface

  • Step 3: Then spread gravel, tile or pour concrete.

On the other hand, if you want to install grass carpet in a low-traffic area with well-ventilated ground (in the garden area, around trees, etc.), you can keep the ground intact and spread artificial grass carpet over it.



There are two ways to install artificial turf: fixed installation and non-fixed installation.


Permanent installation means we will fix the lawn in that position and not move it. Non-permanent installation means the lawn can be moved if desired.


With these two installation methods, we will have different construction methods. With fixed installation, we will fix the grass carpet to the foundation. For non-permanent installation, we will use tarpaulin to fix the grass carpet to the tarpaulin (not fixed to the ground).




Case: Non-permanent installation

  • Laying artificial grass in the garden will require rolling rolls of grass close together to proceed with installation. Note, the grass rolls should be spread in the same direction as the grass fibers to ensure the aesthetics of the lawn later.

  • Position the grass rolls by pulling them close together to apply the grass carpet. Use the tarpaulin below to glue and connect the 2 grass mats.

  • Then, gently flip over the grooves/edges of the grass that need to be connected, pour glue onto the glued canvas just turned over, use a putty, or 10 cm wide cardboard to apply glue evenly on the tarpaulin to be glued along the edges of the grass. Wait 2-3 minutes and then place the grass carpet on the glue section (should be placed at the same time).

  • After pasting, use a heavy object to rub on the edges to ensure the grass is firmly glued.

If we want to move the lawn to another location, we just need to peel off the outer layer of grass that has been glued to the foundation and move the entire large lawn (the lawns are attached to each other with tarpaulin).

Case: Fixed installation

The same goes for non-permanent installations. But we will not glue the two edges of the grass to the tarpaulin, but will stick it directly to the background.

In this case, when removing the artificial grass carpet to another location, the ground will be stuck with glue (because the glue is directly attached to the ground).

After construction, we should not walk on the grass to prevent the grass from shifting. It is best to start using it after 12 hours.

The exception in this case is that the lawn cannot be moved to another location. So you can consider your needs for constructing artificial grass in your garden to choose the method that is right for you. And don’t worry, coming to AT SPORT you will receive dedicated and completely free advice before deciding to construct artificial turf.


  • Extensive experience, knowing how to optimize costs for customers thanks to experience in constructing artificial grass for gardens on over 1,000 fields in 3 countries

  • Professional team of engineers and workers with 12 years of experience

  • High-quality raw materials are imported and self-produced, optimizing time and quality for customers

  • The cost of providing raw materials and labor is 20% cheaper than the entire market

  • Taking reputation as trust for customers, we will closely monitor the construction process as well as your warranty period.