Upside down install
Can this product be clicked together then turned over and carefully pushed into grass and soil (after a long soaking) and still be suitable to drive on afterwards? i already have a good lawn, i don't particularly want to dig it all up to have to re-lay it
This product could be installed upside down however the bottom of the grids have spikes on which stick into the ground so if you were to install it upside down then you would need to remove all of the spikes.
Date published: 2017-04-10
Is it possible to lay these in a single row to create a driveway
I have to create a driveway up a slight incline and need to leave a lower section in the middle to allow a vehicle with a low sump to be driven up it successfully.
As long as the ground guard is installed to the correct installation instructions from the FloPlast website then there is no reason why you should not be able to use a single row of tiles.
Date published: 2017-03-15
Drainage on driveway
The ground in my garden is heavy clay and is prone to water logging. If I'm to use this to solve churning grass up by the side of my driveway, do I need to put anything underneath the tiles such as aggregate?
You will need to lay a 2cm layer or sand under the tiles.
Date published: 2017-03-13