Artificial grass in residential areas is a great choice for those looking to create a beautiful new yard or give an existing yard a fresh look. Contrary to natural grass, artificial grass does not require watering, mowing, or weeding. Instead, you'll have to clean up stains and rake the blades frequently to avoid matting. Leaves must also be removed as soon as they appear so they don't become ground into the lawn, making it more difficult to maintain. Artificial grass in residential areas can last from 15 to 20 years if it is maintained properly.
Artificial turf that is of high-quality can last for many years without breaking or wearing out. In contrast to natural grass, artificial grass is able to endure heavy traffic and is unaffected by mud or color changes. It can be used where pets cannot roam, such as on pool decks, rooftops or roadsides. Since synthetic grass is able to be able to withstand traffic, even children and pets,
Before putting in the artificial grass ensure that the area has enough infill depth. It is important to choose the appropriate level of infill to support turf fibers and ensure that they stand tall. The manufacturer provides guidelines for infill depth. If you're not comfortable with DIY, you can always hire an expert to install the infill. The surface should be sloped at about 2% to promote drainage. The base and surface should be compacted at least 90 percent.