From £15.95 per m2
inc. VAT

An outstanding 30mm Heavy Duty high graded grass with a classic  ‘C’ shaped yarn and a fantastic pedigree, a great grass for a great price. Available in 2 & 4 metres. 




4m Wide x 1m
Grass Priced Per Linear Metre

£63.80 inc VAT

*Free samples available, please call or see in-store for more details.

Rospal Chelsea is a top-quality artificial grass that boasts a unique combination of features that make it an excellent choice for anyone looking for a beautiful, realistic lawn. Although it has a shorter pile, Rospal Chelsea packs the weight of more expensive grasses, ensuring that it is both durable and long-lasting.

One of the standout features of Rospal Chelsea is its ultra-realistic appearance. The grass has been designed to look and feel just like the real thing, with a natural texture and colour that blends seamlessly into any outdoor space. Whether you have a small garden or a larger lawn, Rospal Chelsea is a great choice for anyone who wants to enjoy the beauty of a natural lawn without the hassle of maintenance.

Another benefit of Rospal Chelsea is its pet-friendly nature. The grass is easy to clean and maintain, making it ideal for families with pets who love to play outside. It is also incredibly durable and can withstand heavy foot traffic and extreme weather conditions without losing its quality or appearance.

Overall, Rospal Chelsea is an excellent choice for anyone who wants a high-quality, realistic artificial grass for their outdoor space. Its shorter pile and heavy weight provide durability and longevity, while its ultra-realistic appearance and pet-friendly nature make it a great choice for families with pets or anyone who wants to enjoy the beauty of a natural lawn without the maintenance. With Rospal Chelsea, you can have a stunning lawn all year round, with minimal effort and maximum enjoyment.

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  • Total Height: 30 mm
  • Total Weight: 2335g/m2
  • Warranty: 10 years
  • UV Resistance: 10 years
  • Width: 2m & 4m
  • Dtext: 8800
  • Drainage: 60ltrs/ min /m2
  • ‘C’ Shaped Yarn
Stage 1
Work out the size of the area you intend to replace and calculate this in square metres. (Length x Width = Total Square Metre) you would round any decimals up to the nearest m2.
Stage 2
Work out the Position of the rolls so that you reduce the number of joints. Remember to allow for wastage in your calculations. Place your pile direction running the same way (If possible looking into the pile) this will give you the best finish.
Step 3
Order your grass, fixings and the accessories you require online at or by calling our sales department on 01942 215531


If you are replacing an existing lawn, remove the surface to a depth of around 100mm and make sure to remove any and all debris (In cases where the existing ground doesn’t drain well you may need to remove more surface to aid drainage)
Level and compact the surface with the same amount of a good quality crushed aggregate, it may help to hire a whacker plate/compactor to complete this task.
Some people batten out the area that is being covered with pressure treated timber batons or sleepers to create a frame around the perimeter, the purpose of this is two fold as not only does it help to contain the aggregate but it also provides a secure frame onto which the grass can be fixed too.
Now lay approx 25mm of sand on top of the aggregate, leveling and compacting the surface again so it becomes flush with the top of the timber frame, at this point you would whacker this down again for a stable base. At this step you would now lay weed membrane over the surface area, we recommend to leave around a 100mm overlap.

Lay the artificial grass on top of the membrane. Allow approximately 50mm of artificial grass to trim off to make that perfect edge. It’s a good idea to leave the grass for a day to settle. This helps to stop any creasing or wrinkling.


Join grass edges together, when you are happy with the result, peel the grass back and lay our backing tape under the join. Using a spreader apply our Joining Glue, mastic adhesive or multipurpose adhesive to the tape, then simply fold back the grass taking care not to squeeze the adhesive up on to the grass strands.

Simply using a sharp craft knife and a straight edge where required, cut and trim your artificial grass to suit.


For Fixing purposes you can either use upins or galvanized steel twist nails depending on your frame/base.


Underlay can be used on harder surfaces such as concrete or flagged bases to provide a more natural, cushioned feel.
If laying on concrete or a patio base

Make sure that the surface to be covered is clean, smooth and free from debris. A self-leveling compound may be required to remove surface imperfections that may show through to the top surface especially on thinner surfaces.

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