GrassPave is a versatile yet strong method to reinforce your green areas. Most grass pavers made of concrete tend to heat up, causing the grass to dry out and scorch. GrassPave solves this problem.
The robust cellular design of GrassPave creates a stable surface to support turfed areas where pedestrian and vehicle traffic would usually cause ground rutting and soil compaction.
GrassPave permeable paving panels have a simple interlocking system that holds the panels together even on steep slopes. All panels are 3% the weight of traditional concrete grass paver alternatives making installation and transport considerably easier.
REINFORCED VS. UNREINFORCED
GrassPave’s unique cell structure is designed to evenly distribute the weight placed on top, minimising compaction while also eliminating ponding due to its free draining, impermeable surface.
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Frequently Asked Questions
GrassPave is a plastic paving grid used for reinforcing grass where a permeable/porous surface is required. GrassPave is a discrete and natural looking alternative to traditional concrete, asphalt and grass stabilisation products.
GrassPave is designed to be used in grassed areas such as car parks, walking tracks, emergency access roads, golf course paths, over flow car parking, grass driveways and more.
GrassPave is simple to install and can be easily laid by any able-bodied DIY person. Panels are laid onto a consistent level gradient (a compacted base course may be required for higher-use areas). Lay the panels so that the connecting lugs are leading. The lugs should firmly interlock, making GrassPave quick and easy to lay.
Yes, GrassPave panels have a unique positive interlocking system.
816mm x 612mm x 40mm
Module Size: 816mm (L) x 612mm (W) x 40mm (H)
Material: High Density Polyethylene
Weight: Approx. 4.1 kg/m2 unfilled
Compressive: >700 tonnes m2 when filled
Strength: (Test method; NZS 3116:1991, App A & B)
Running too fast, riding your bike or wearing high heels on gravel or decorative stone can sometimes feel daunting, especially if it’s wet!