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Which size shockpad do you recommend for a 15x19 porch installation?

| Mar 24, 2021 10:10 AM

Which size shockpad do you recommend for a 15x19 porch installation?

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Our shockpad for artificial grass comes in with the width of 5’ and variable length. For you particular case, I will recommend to get 3 pieces of 5’x20’ and join them together. Please call us at 877 796 8883 or email us at if you have any further questions. Or to find a local distributor/dealer near you, please simply fill out this online form, thank you:

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Asked Mar 24, 2021 10:10 AM
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