Artificial grass will last for a long time as long as it is made well. It will look fresh and green for nearly its entire life as well. That is one reason why many home and business owners opt for synthetic turf over natural grass.
Generally speaking, synthetic lawns are far more durable than a natural lawn. As many people know, natural lawns are subject to damage from pets, or heavy foot traffic, or the changing seasons. With synthetic grass, these are not issues, but there are some other things to consider. Despite this, artificial grass can be damaged from caustic chemicals, severe heat, sharp objects, and everything else that can damage plastic and polyethylene.
Installing a synthetic lawn is definitely a large investment. If you want your investment to be worth it, you’ll need to know how to maintain and protect your turf. Here are the things that you’ll want to avoid to maintain your synthetic lawn.
The daylight hours are getting shorter, and the nights are getting longer. We’re seeing frost on our cars in the morning, and bundling up in the evening. The leaves are changing from green to beautiful oranges and browns, and this can only mean one thing – Fall is here! But if you’ve got artificial turf at your home or business, you might be wondering about synthetic grass maintenance.
What you need to know about turf backing
People often come into our showroom and ask questions about turf backing. For people unfamiliar with turf lingo, turf backing is the material that holds the blades in place. The backing is made out of several different types of material. Its main function is to filter water through the turf. Naturally, this occurs if it rains, or if your turf is near a sprinkler system, or if you have pets. In the next few paragraphs, we will explore the different types of backing.
Artificial Lawn Maintenance Tips
One of the perks of artificial turf is that requires much less water and maintenance than real grass. However, even synthetic grass does need some upkeep to stay lush and green year-round. Regular foot traffic, falling leaves, and pet waste are just a few factors that can diminish the appearance of your lawn. Here are a few artificial lawn maintenance tips to keep your grass looking and feeling its best.
If you live in a low-water area, or if you’re just tired of constant lawn maintenance, you’re in good company.
More homeowners are saving time, water — and their backs — by switching from real grass to artificial turf.
It was often considered the bad toupee of the landscaping world by people who observed the glaringly fake grass that started appearing in the 1960s. Back then, it could even give football players the equivalent of rug burns if they were tackled on the stuff.
With the Go Green movement really taking stride, it is very important to do everything you can to do your part as well. When updating your home to be more environmental friendly it is very important to consider your lawn. Many of Americans do not realize how many chemicals they are putting into their lawns to make it greener; natural lawns are no longer very natural. Now that spring is creeping up on us it is time to update your lawn, help the environment and give yourself a yard you can enjoy. Below I have listed several reasons why installing a synthetic turf lawn will make your home more “Green.”