Not only us humans, but also our horses benefit from a clean and mud-free environment. The great thing is that by simply stabilizing the given surface with the Ground Grid BG30, you can not only relieve some "tension" in horses, but also strengthen the bond between you and your horse. What other advantages laying the Ground Grid BG30 has for your horse and what you need to pay attention to when laying it, you will learn in this article! If you are a horse owner, you will know the problem. The paddock or the free run for the horses resembles an Irish moorland, depending on the weather. That is neither for humans nor for the animal a benefit. Who likes to stand or walk in the mud?! Imagine you would have to stand in the mud the whole day, you would surely be anything but joyfully excited. You are then probably rather "grumpy" and possibly difficult to bear for other fellow men.
If one ports this assumption on our animals, so some unwanted behavior would explain itself. Of course, this can only be assumed in theory. But what can be said with certainty is the fact that laying a floor grid has only advantages. Something similar has certainly thought our customer in the present example.
However, before you can lay the Ground Grid BG30, you should first make a so-called planum (removal of the top layer of soil) Create and then compact it. Classically, a weed fabric or Geotextile is laid next, which prevents unwanted weed growth as far as possible. The Ground Grid themselves are connected to each other at 16 coupling elements. The coupling pins prevent the horizontal and vertical from sliding apart. Finally, the top layer is applied over the entire surface, which in the future should be pleasing to the eyes and, not to forget, to the feet. In this example, this was done with sand. However, the Ground Grid BG30 can be filled with just about any bulk material that one would like for the respective application.