“The best way to work out the area you need when looking to buy artificial grass, is to draw an accurate plan on squared graph paper if you have some available. Simply measure the width and length of your area, at the largest point, taking into account any extra areas you may need to cover if your garden isn’t square or rectangular in size.
If worked out accurately, you may then be able to calculate exactly how much artificial grass you would need to cover your garden area, but if in doubt, the simplest method is to multiply those two largest dimensions in order to get your coverage area. Always try to work in metres rather than feet and inches, but for reference, the majority of products available from Simple Grass are found in 2m (6ft 6’’) & 4m (13ft) widths.
Please bear in mind that based on these widths, you may need two or more cuts in order to cover your desired area with artificial grass. Should you need two or more cuts, feel free to check our DIY installation guide for further detail on how to successfully join the two pieces for a seamless finish. Note that if you have more than one cut in multiple widths, you may experience slight colour variation – because of this, we recommend you stick to the same widths, even if it means more wastage”