Hi all, first time poster. Looking for a bit of advice for my upcoming garden project.
Planning on levelling a sloped garden (approx 8-10 inches away from the house), thereafter lay artificial grass.
The soil under neath the grass is like clay and I fear trying to level it out by digging, forking, raking would be very difficult.
I was thinking possible adding a layer of aggregate or similar and using this as a levelling tool, ie lay more at the slopped side. Thereafter lay the type 1/sand and prepare the ground the artificial turf.
Would this work and does anyone have any suggestions of the best type of aggregate to use as a levelling substance.
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