Easy Installation & Maintenance
The Capillary Concrete™ Bunker System can be installed in nearly any weather conditions and requires less labor to maintain.
Ease of Installation
Capillary Concrete gives you the flexibility to schedule installation during your off-season and avoid closing your course for installation during prime playing times. You can even install the Capillary Concrete Bunker System in cold or rainy conditions.
There’s no need to hire a certified contractor, as with other products — you can do installation in-house with local materials and minimal tools. We provide the support and information you need to help your team install our Bunker System successfully, making your schedule more flexible and saving you money.
Reduced Labor Costs
We’re committed to reducing bunker maintenance. We know that although bunkers make up just 3-5% of a golf course playing surface, they likely eat up more than 25% of your maintenance budget. With our system, your bunkers will have significantly fewer washouts and need less sand replacement and raking – requiring less labor and lowering your costs.
Our customers give us high marks for responsive post-sales support to ensure a smooth installation experience.
Watch the video to see how the Capillary Concrete Bunker System is installed.
Capillary Concrete Bunker System Installation in 5 Steps
Prepare the subgrade: Ensure that all bunker drains work properly and the subgrade is positively pitched, stable under foot, smooth, compacted and free of debris.
Install turfgrass: Grassing around the perimeter should take place prior to installation and be secured to the soil by roots or staples.
Define the edge: Excavate the subgrade under the turf so you will be able to apply Capillary Concrete under the sod to help protect the edge.
Install Capillary Concrete: Cover bunker subgrade area with Capillary Concrete; cure 24 hours.
Install sand: Place bunker sand over Capillary Concrete; saturate with water.