Residential artificial grass is a great option for those looking to create a stunning new yard or give an existing yard a makeover. In contrast to natural grass, residential artificial grass doesn't require watering, mowing, or weeding. To prevent matting, you only need to deal with the stains and regularly rake. To stop leaves from being swept away and making the lawn difficult to maintain, it's essential to remove them as soon as they appear. Residential artificial grass can last between 15 and 20 years if it is maintained properly.
Artificial grass that is of high-quality can last for years without breaking or wearing out. Unlike natural grass, residential artificial grass is able to be able to withstand the rigors of traffic and is not affected by mud or color changes. It can even be used in areas where pets aren't allowed to roam, such as rooftops, pool decks, and road medians. Since synthetic grass is able to withstand traffic, even pets and children,
Before installing artificial grass, ensure that the infill is adequate. It is essential to choose the right amount of infill to support the turf fibers and ensure that they stand tall. You can refer to the guidelines of the manufacturer on infill depth. If you are not confident with your own skills, you could employ a professional to install the infill. The area should have a slope of about 2% to promote drainage. The base and surface should be compacted at least 90 percent.