FAQ: Can I install artificial lawn on the verge or nature strip outside my house?

We have installed artificial lawn on plenty of council verge and nature strips.

However, we do suggest you reach out to your council and request written approval to do so.

Artificial Grass FAQ - Can I install artificial lawn on the verge outside my house? By Australian Outdoor Living

At the same time, it’s a good idea to ask them whether or not there are any underground pipes or internet cables that you should be aware of.

To ensure the artificial grass installation goes as smoothly as possible, we also recommend you ask about any issues regarding pedestrian safety.

You might be held liable if a careless pedestrian trips because they weren’t watching their step!

Artificial grass is a great option for nature strips.

It adds to your home’s kerb appeal and it looks much tidier than any alternative.

On top of that, you won’t have to watch it grow while you wait for the council to mow it!

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Frequently asked questions (FAQ)

To answer this question... yes weeds can grow through Synthetic Grass, however can removed quite easily.
To answer this question... Artificial Grass does not need an underlay, however it is recommended that it is laid on top of a sub base that generally consists of a soil or type of sand. This will ensure that your Artificial Turf doesn't develop bumps over time.
To answer the question... yes dogs do like artificial grass.Like humans, Artificial grass also comes with many benefits for our dogs. Some people are generally worried about how their dog will react to the new lawn surface but after a small transitioning period, it seems like they can’t even tell the difference.