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Old 08-08-2014, 08:39 PM  
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I hope that sun you get won't melt the plastic grass.


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Old 08-08-2014, 09:22 PM  
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It's warrantied for it. They said it can be installed on the sun.
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My folks installed that turf and never had a problem except when I would vacuum the dirt off of it, the black granules, which are designed to separate the blades, got sucked away.
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It's warrantied for it. They said it can be installed on the sun.
Yeah but who warranties the installers???
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You can replace those with sand my guy said. I will have a bunch left over if you want them.

They are rubber pieces and you mix them with sand. You can use straight sand and it will feel cooler but will be slightly more maintenance.

I bought the best they had on the market which will be replaced by the new best next week I'm sure.
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Of course no one will warranty the install which us usually the pain part. I bet they would do whatever possible not to warranty the grass.
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I see a birdbath in your concrete job. Oops?
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Yeah I'm not overly happy with the job either.


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