Description - Your dog will be barking a new tune when it’s time to play fetch on our Pet Safe Turf Rolls. This artificial grass roll has been specifically designed with your pets paws in mind. Soft yet durable, this turf roll’s blades feature a paw-friendly 3D wide wave that will not poke or prod your pet while at play. Easy to clean and maintain, this fake grass roll is the perfect alternative to natural grass in your front or back yard. With optimal drainage, a 5-year warranty backs our Pet Safe Turf Rolls.
||PE fiber with thatch
||7.5' & 15'
||Approx. 0.50lbs per sqft.
||Custom (max. 100')
|Heat & Frost resistant
Recommended Uses – Our Pet Safe Turf Rolls are the perfect alternative to natural grass and have been used as turf in front and backyards, as pet turf, as dog run turf, as patio turf, as turf on rubber roofs, and much more.
In Stock - Ships between Jan 31 - Feb 1
Turf rolls are very easy to clean and maintain. Maintenance for these interlocking tiles typically includes the following:
- Periodic raking with a plastic rake to remove leaves and other debris to keep the flooring surface clean.
- Rinsing the turf with a hose to remove dirt and dust.
- For stains and blemishes, clean the rolls with a warm water solution of household detergent and water. Never use bleach.
- For animal urine, use a mixture of white distilled vinegar in an equal amount of water. Make sure to flush thoroughly and vacuum any excess solution.
- For chewing gum, the use of dry ice or refrigerant packets may be necessary to remove gum from the flooring surface.
- If your turf becomes matted, brush the surface to restore the aesthetic appearance and add your choice of Turf Infill to the lawn annually. Always use a synthetic brush and never a metal or wire bristled brush when performing this task.
Installation of our Turf rolled flooring is very easy and typically done by our customers. Below are instructions for both outdoor and indoor installation of our rolled flooring.
Synthetic Lawn Outdoor Installation
- First, you will want to remove all grasses, sods, mulches, etc. from the marked areas. Note: If you are landscaping around trees shrubbery, flowers, light poles, utilities, etc., remember to mark around those areas and account for the turf edge configuration. Remember to leave ample area uncovered around the bases of trees.
- Next cap any sprinklers that will not be used. Cap the sprinklers at the pipe level to avoid any leakage that might occur. Relocate sprinklers if necessary. Make sure to mark the location of the unused sprinklers. Move electrical sprinklers and wiring 6”-8” inward and away from any hardscape or perimeter to avoid accidental damage when nailing turf edges. Once the wiring and other materials are moved, lay the items on top of the subgrade surfacing and secure them with U-shaped nails.
- Install the base with a decomposed granite which is a special mixture of gravel and sand. This material allows the liquids from the turf to properly drain. For non-pet landscape installations, install DG 3” in depth. Properly distribute and level the base material.
- Wet the existing base to allow the material to settle properly. Compact the base by vibrating, tamping, and rolling the gravel until you have a completely flat surface. Once this solid base is established, the turf can be easily nailed to the base.
- If using a turf pad, you will want to cut a hole in the base the size and depth of the pad that is being used.
- Roll out weed cloth if applicable. This fabric prevents any additional plants and weeds from growing through the base of the synthetic grass. Overlap the weed cloth edges by 6" and secure it with as many flat-head nails as necessary. This helps to prevent movement of the cloth. Trim the cloth to fit the landscape area leaving a 1/4” gap along the border. Note: Do not drive nails too deeply as this will cause dimpling.
- Before laying the turf down, be sure to find either a straight edge or two perpendicular edges for alignment. Square the turf to fit the area to minimize cutting and fitting on all four sides. Once the turf is square, secure the square edges with temporary nails to hold them in place while securing the opposite edges.
- When fitting the turf, over-cut the turf by 1” along the edges for a proper fit. The excess turf will be necessary for the tucking process. When seaming turf edges together, use a seaming tool. Cut the turf in an S-shape to avoid the turf possibly pushing against each other's angles, which can create discoloration illusion in the seamed area. Install nails every 6” along the edge and drive them down three-quarters of the way. When finished, separate the grass to avoid pulling the blades down with the nail. The nail will be hidden with the grass blade at the base of the mat. Don't drive the nails down too deeply as it will pull the turf down and create dimples. Be sure to secure seams with 6” U-nails every 6”. Make sure the U-nail is driven to the same level of the mat and hidden with the grass blades.
- Note: When seaming the turf over a turf pad, you will want to use our turf seam tape or our turf seam tape & adhesive pack which features turf seam tape and a gallon adhesive bucket.
- Tucking the turf means you will be hiding the turf edges against any hardscape or border by using a metal bar call a wonder bar. This will give your installation a clean plush look.
- Use a power brush or heavy bristled brush to pull against the grain of the grass to make it stand up. Apply your infill or sand and spread the granules evening throughout the entire turf installation. The infill will hold the blades upright and give the turf more weight.
- Brush up your turf once again with a power brush or bristled brush to force your infill into the base of the turf. This will allow the turf to settle and create optimal stability for your synthetic grass. Follow up the process to also remove excess debris.
Glue Down Indoor Installation
- First, you will want to make sure that your surface is level, clean, and dry. Our turf flooring can be installed on concrete, dusting, powdering concrete, gypcrete, pressure treated decking, wood, or backer board.
- Next, you will want to dry lay your turf to implement roll sequencing to minimize normal variations. Manufacturing details will be back stamped on one side of the backing; this will assist in determining fiber direction.
- If adding a turf pad, you would install this over the base with either double-sided tape or glue.
- Apply adhesive or double-sided tape and then lay the turf.
- Apply a bead of seam sealer to all seams.
- Roll the product with 75 Lbs. Weighted roller across the width and length of the product surface.
- Once completed, the installation must remain in dry conditions for 72 hours for the adhesive to cure properly.