Whether you want to create an attractive, new backyard, or to give your existing yard a new look Residential artificial grass is a great choice. Residential artificial grass is not like natural grass, and doesn't need watering, mowing or weeding. To prevent matting, all you need to do is to deal with staining and rake frequently. Leaves should also be removed immediately to ensure they don't get ground into the lawn and make it more difficult to maintain. A proper care routine can extend the life of artificial grass for residential use by between 15 and 20 years.
High-quality residential artificial grass will last for years without tearing or wearing out. In contrast to natural grass, residential artificial grass is able to be able to withstand high traffic and is not affected by color changes or mud. It is also able to be used in areas where pets aren't allowed to roam like rooftops, pool decks and roadsides. Since synthetic grass is able to stand up to traffic, including pets and children,
Before installing the artificial grass ensure that the area is sufficiently infill depth. It is important to choose the appropriate level of infill to support the turf fibers and keep them standing tall. The manufacturer provides guidelines for infill depth. If you aren't comfortable with DIY, you can always seek out a professional for installation. To facilitate drainage, the area should have a slope of approximately 2percent. The base and the surface should be compacted to a minimum of 90%