Artificial Turf Dog Parks – Why people are choosing synthetic grass
Many of our customers have been asking us questions about building artificial turf dog parks. We’ve seen them pop up all over the Bay Area. From the Perc Ponds dog park in Campbell to the Del Monte Dog Park in San Jose, it’s no wondering why people are choosing artificial turf over natural grass.
We see artificial turf used in pet facilities all over the country, and that it is even receiving celebrity endorsements. People are even picking up remnants of synthetic grass at our warehouse for pet use. As people in the turf industry, we’re ecstatic to experience this uptick in interest about artificial turf.
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Synthetic grass can enhance the attractiveness of your Bay Area home or business. Adding a little patch of green is not as difficult as it seems, and the members of your household will most certainly appreciate it. Artificial grass can offer your family — or your customers, if you’re a business owner — the joys that natural grass is known to present without the inordinate amount of care that the natural stuff requires. An artificial turf patch can go a long way in making a high-trafficked area a lot more pleasant.
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So you finally decided to put in artificial grass and are running into terms like “Face Weight” and “Pile Height”. Wait, what? Time to learn the lingo and understand everything you need to know about artificial grass, related tools, and accessories. Artificial Turf Express has your back when it comes to all things turf. The ATE team has complied some of the industries most commonly used artificial turf terms to help you step up your game.
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Many consumers now want to cover areas of their garden that dogs have completely ruined. These areas, sometimes referred to as dog runs, are significantly benefited by the use of artificial grass. It provides a safe environment, easy to clean after your pet, lead-free, non-flammable, non-toxic, resistant to extreme traffic, wear and tear. No more mud or yellow spots!
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From those big brown eyes to those giant paws, the newest addition to your home can become an added challenge. “Puppy-proofing” can potentially be a long-winded process that takes up much time, effort, and money. In fact, some may even compare it to the excruciating process of baby-proofing a house. However, it definitely has its added benefits, including preserving the condition of your house and key parts of your property, including your furniture and your yard. Another significant benefit is to, of course, ensure utmost safety for your puppy. Though the process may entail several tasks, there are a few easy changes that can be done to significantly aid in creating a safe environment for your new puppy. One of these changes is the switch from a natural lawn to an artificial grass for dogs. This relatively simple task can turn your backyard into a comfortable, durable, and safe place for your puppy to play on and enjoy all year long.
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As drought levels continue to rise, home and business owners in hot, arid climates seek alternatives to water-intensive natural turf grass. Water restrictions are in place for many areas of the country, and some drought-stricken areas like here in California are offering rebate programs for those replacing their natural grass lawns with water-wise plants or artificial turf landscaping.
Lawn irrigation is one of the largest culprits of residential water usage. The typical natural grass lawn requires 55 gallons of water per square foot per year, or 82,500 gallons for a modest 1,500 square foot lawn.
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When Glen and Bonnie McCormick put in a saltwater pool as part of a backyard renovation, they were looking forward to swimming laps against the jets, hosting poolside barbecues and cocktail parties, and playing with their two rambunctious, water-loving Golden retrievers, Sophie and Rose. Mostly, the plan went well. The landscaping looked great, the pool was a popular gathering spot, and the dogs loved, loved, loved jumping in and out of the water and running around the yard.
But after two years of dealing with the results of muddy paws – tracks in the house, dirt in the pool, and soggy, squishy sod all around the pool’s edge – Glen had had enough. He even talked to his architect about options for paving the entire area. Luckily, the architect offered a better solution: artificial turf.
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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.”
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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 will not even notice that it’s been running around on synthetic grass rather than the real thing. The synthetic lawn is also very durable and will not be damaged by your animal.
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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 notice running around on synthetic grass rather than the natural grass. Your synthetic lawn will be very durable and unlikely to suffer any damage, digging, or muddy spots caused by a dog or other animal.
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