Imperial Grass® can, in principle, be laid anywhere. There are a few conditions, however, that must be met to ensure the best possible result. Adequate base preparation is important for supporting the weight of the artificial grass and to help it last as long as possible. Laying artificial grass requires professional skill, just as with paving and brickwork. Points that must be taken into consideration include the type of surface, weather conditions and the effect of weather on the grass. As with carpet laying, cutting the material to fit and seaming the joins require skill and experience. Naturally, the difficulty of the installation depends on the type of artificial grass chosen and the garden layout. For these reasons it is often best to leave the installation to the professionals.