Even Your Pet Loves DIY Synthetic Grass

 

 One of the biggest concerns when making the decision to purchase a synthetic green lawn is how their pets will adapt to the change. No need to worry though because you’re animal will not even notice the difference – only you will! The improvements this will add to your pet’s life are so subtle, it […]

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Easy to Install Outdoor Carpeting, Synthetic Grass that is Soft & Comfortable from Artificial Turf Express

 

 If you are shopping for Do-It-Yourself (DIY) outdoor carpeting for your patio, play area or even apartment rooftop, it can be somewhat of a challenge. Why? You want comfortable and soft artificial grass to make you feel right at home, but some synthetic turf brands are itchy and scratchy to the touch. Artificial Turf Express […]

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When is Synthetic more “Green” than Grass?

 

 When it’s today’s advanced artificial turf, the green alternative to wasteful (and expensive) lawn watering, pesticide and weed poison usage and the weekly gas and oil combustion pollution added by millions of lawnmowers across the country. For hundreds of years people have had a keen interest in well-manicured, elegant lawns. And the truth is, until […]

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Infill Options: Where the Rubber Meets the Road, er, Grass

 

 Among the most frequently asked questions we hear from DIYers are: “Crumb rubber infill? What’s that?” “What’s it do and why would I need it?” “Where the heck do I get it?”               While there’s nothing very appealing about the term crumb rubber, the fact is that the substance […]

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Lawns vs. Veggies in the Front Yard, which has the Right of Way?

 

 Did you know that Americans spend an estimated $30 billion annually on lawn care? At least according to a December 19 New York Times article, where author Steven Kurutz reported on the battles between homeowners who plant vegetable gardens in their front yards and city ordinances that consider only tended lawns or shrubs to be […]

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Does Higher Blade Count Mean Better Quality Synthetic Grass?

 

 When you are considering purchasing a DYI or synthetic lawn project to improve your home landscaping, there are many different terms that you will come across. In previous blog posts, we offered simple definitions for many of the words you will encounter. To help you understand the terms farther; this blog post is going to […]

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How to Cut Synthetic Grass to Fit Your Lawn Just Right

 

 Once you have picked out the type of synthetic grass you want to install to better the appearance and quality of your lawn it’s time to measure and cut the lawn so it fits properly. Cutting the turf will be a very simple process if you follow the DYI tips and steps. What you will […]

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Terms You Should Know When Shopping for Synthetic Grass

 

 When you’re shopping for synthetic grass there are a lot of terms you may not be so familiar with. To become more familiar with the terms I have written a short explanation for each of them to help you become more knowledgeable and understand what you are purchasing. Pile Weight: Pile weight is also known […]

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Your Pet Will Love Your Synthetic Grass DIY Project

 

 One of the biggest concerns when making the decision to purchase a synthetic green lawn is how your pet will react. But, no need to worry because you’re animal will not even notice the difference – only you will! The improvements in your pet’s life are subtle, probably fewer baths! A dog will not even […]

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Drains & Drainage What Will Absorb This Rain

 

 When looking at installing a synthetic lawn it is very important to consider the type of draining system you want to have. The type of synthetic lawn draining system should always be considered before installing because the use of the lawn and draining system will affect the durability. In the synthetic lawn industry you will […]

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Tools & Materials For Synthetic Grass Installation

 

 When it comes to installing your own synthetic lawn, one of the main questions that everyone has is, ‘what tools will I need?’ Well there are a few specialty tools that will be needed but also many common household tools, there is a list below of both specialty and common tools which will be needed […]

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