If you're looking to build a beautiful, new yard, or just want to give your yard a fresh look Artificial grass for residential use is a great choice. Artificial grass in residential areas isn't like natural grass and does not need watering, mowing or weeding. To prevent matting, you just need to take care of the stains and regularly rake. Leaves should also be removed immediately to prevent them from becoming ground into the lawn and make it harder to maintain. Artificial grass for residential use can last from 15 to 20 years with proper care.
High-quality residential artificial turf can last for years without tearing or wearing out. Artificial grass for residential use is more durable than natural grass and can withstand heavy traffic. It also doesn't get affected by color changes or mud. It is also able to be used in places that pets aren't permitted to roam like rooftops, decks for pools, and road medians. This is because synthetic grass is strong enough to stand up to traffic as well as pets and children.
Before putting in the artificial grass ensure that the area has sufficient infill depth. The infill should be adequate to provide support to the turf fibers, while keeping them tall. The manufacturer has guidelines for infill depth. If you're not comfortable with DIY, you can always contact a professional to install. The area should be sloped at about 2% to promote drainage. The base and surface should be compacted at least 90%.