Residential artificial grass is a great choice when you want to create a beautiful new yard or give your current yard a new look. Contrary to natural grass, artificial grass doesn't require watering, mowing or weeding. Instead, you'll need to take care of dirt and stains and rake your blades regularly to avoid matting. To avoid leaves being swept away and making the lawn more difficult to maintain, it is important to remove them immediately. A proper care routine can extend the life of residential artificial grass by 15 to 20 years.
High-quality artificial grass for residential use can last for years without wear or tear. Residential artificial grass is stronger than natural grass and is able to withstand heavy traffic. It also doesn't get affected by color or mud variations. It is also able to be used in areas where pets aren't allowed to roam like rooftops, pool decks and road medians. Since synthetic grass is able to stand up to traffic, including pets and children,
Before installing artificial grass, make sure that the infill is adequate. The infill should be adequate to help support the turf fibers while keeping them tall. You can refer to the guidelines provided by the manufacturer for infill depth. In the event that you're not comfortable with DIY, you can always seek out a professional for installation. The surface should have a slope of approximately 2% to encourage drainage. The base and the surface should be compacted to a minimum of 90%