Whether you want to create a new, beautiful backyard, or to give your yard a fresh look Residential artificial grass can be a great option. Artificial grass in residential areas is not like natural grass and does not need watering, mowing or weeding. Instead, you'll need to take care of staining and rake the blades regularly to avoid matting. Leaves must also be removed immediately to ensure they don't get ground in and make the lawn more difficult to maintain. Proper care can extend the lifespan of residential artificial grass by between 15 and 20 years.
Artificial grass that is of high-quality can last for a long time without tearing or wearing out. Unlike natural grass, artificial grass can endure the rigors of traffic and is not affected by mud or color changes. It can be used when pets cannot roam, such as on decks for pools, rooftops or on road medians. Because synthetic grass can stand up to traffic, including pets and children.
Before installing the artificial turf, make sure that the area has enough infill depth. It is essential to choose the right amount of infill to support the turf fibers and keep them standing tall. You can check out the guidelines provided by the manufacturer for infill depth. If you are not confident with DIY, you can engage a professional to install the infill. The area should be sloped at approximately 2% to facilitate drainage. The base and surface should be compacted at least 90 percent.