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TurfMesh™

TurfMesh is a versatile grass support system, which can be installed on already established lawns and park areas. TurfMesh provides great versatility as a temporary system or left in position to become a permanent and integral reinforcement mesh.

TurfMesh is laid directly onto the grass surface and secured in place by supplied steel U-pins. Grassroots quickly grow through and establish within the mesh apertures and areas of installation return to a natural appearance as the TurfMesh becomes part of the grassroot matrix.

TurfMesh

TurfMesh has been specifically designed to facilitate vehicular traffic on the ground with established grass/turf without affecting normal gardening practices e.g. mowing, fertilising, rolling.

TurfMesh is manufactured from a heavy-duty thermoplastic which incorporates a blowing agent to help texture and create a less slippery surface. Green and brown in colour, TurfMesh is UV stabilised, rot-resistant and chemically inert, providing a long-term reinforcement solution. TurfMesh is available in three grades to suit different loading capacities from pedestrian to emergency vehicle access.

Applications

  • Overflow Car Parks
  • Pedestrian grassed areas
  • Emergency Access Routes
  • Golf Course Buggy Access
  • Caravan Parks
  • Equestrian Surface Reinforcement
  • Footpaths & Cycle Tracks
  • Light Aircraft taxi-ways

Products

Stock code Description My Geoworks
TurfMesh1000 Geomat, 6500N - 2m x 20m roll
TurfMesh1400 Geomat, 9500N - 2m x 20m roll
TurfMesh1800 Geomat, 11500N - 2m x 20m roll

Related case studies

Related case study

Helping Alan Titchmarsh to ‘Love Your Garden’

We were selected to supply its Turf Mesh and Weedstoppa geotextiles to the ITV series ‘Love Your Garden with Alan Titchmarsh.’ The objective was to completely redesign the garden of Bolton resident Caroline Hall. Animal lover Caroline was an RSCPA Inspector until a spinal stroke left her with severe nerve damage. 

ITV
ITV
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Case study

Belton House Overspill Car Park

Built in the 1680s, the National Trust’s owned Belton House sits within 1300 acres of rolling deer park. The formal Dutch and Italian gardens are a major attraction for visitors to this quintessential country house estate. The National Trust commissioned expansion of their car parking facilities. A 25,000m2 field within the property was identified to provide additional parking spaces during the peak visitor times during Spring and Summer.

Grantham, Lincolnshire
Grantham, Lincolnshire
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