Advantages of Grass Pavers and Turf Pavers

Environmentally Friendly

A major benefit of grass and turf pavers is that they allow the drainage of storm water back into the underground soil. Grass and turf pavers are environmentally friendly, for the storm water runoff is recycled, rather than going into our waterways.
Grass Pavers Grid System

Turf and Grass Pavers Grid System

Turf / Grass pavers are environmentally friendly in another area, which is the grid system. The grid system is made from plastic, and most companies’ use 100% recycled plastic material in the production of the grids. Other grass pavers are made from concrete material.

Easy Installation

Another great benefit of using grass pavers and turf pavers for the consumer is that they are easy to assemble and install. The grid system requires no tools for assembly, and can simply be cut into corners. Also, if your surface is uneven or slopping, you don’t have to do a thing, the grid system will go straight on top of any surface.

Aesthetic Advantage of Grass and Turf Pavers

Grass / turf pavers have an aesthetic advantage as well. Lush green grass will continue onto the driveway for example, hence your front lawns can remain uniform, without being damaged. The grid system will enable you to protect your lawns, even when parking cars on it!

Grass / Turf Pavers Maintenance

After installation of grass / turf pavers, maintenance is very minimal. It should be treated as if it were part of your front lawns. Therefore, you would water and mow the grass pavers system.

When plowing the grass pavers for snow removal, the blades should be lifted so as to clear the grass surface. It is also recommended to fit rollers to your plow machines and have your blades permanently lifted.

Maintenance Schedule

The primary maintenance requirement is to clean the drainage voids surface. When dirt and debris fill up the drainage openings, this can reduce the water flow capacity. By carrying out this cleaning process on a regular basis, you can help prevent the natural clogging from becoming a serious problem.

Here is a quick maintenance checklist:

  • You should inspect your site on a monthly basis, in the first few months after installation. Then after this the inspection should be done annually.
  • Vacuum sweeping followed by high pressure hosing should ideally be carried out four times a year.
  • Repair cracks and potholes promptly, or replace with new paving systems