Artificial turf is a surface of synthetic fiber made to look like natural Grass. It is most often used in arenas for sports that were originally or are normally played on grass. However, it is now being used on residential lawns and commercial applications as well. If you need a garden lawn, outdoor flooring, playground surface, rooftop garden or any green space, the possibilities are endless with artificial grass. Artificial grass is very advantageous. It looks like real grass and it comes with a number of features & characteristics. Our Artificial Grass is of top quality and soft to touch, “Premium Quality” is not just a slogan for us, but a promise we make to our customers.
ADVANTAGES OF ARTIFICIAL GRASS
1. No Need to Water Normally a real lawn would require regular watering in the early morning and late evening, but artificial grass never needs water.
2. Safe for Children Because artificial lawns do not need weed killers, fertilizers, pesticides or many other chemicals, they are totally safe for any child to play on.
3. Low Maintenance Though you won’t ever need to mow, you will still need to maintain your artificial lawn, but it’s a breeze. You can remove large organic materials using a leaf blower, while a natural bristle broom can fluff areas that get a lot of traffic. The only time that it will need water is when tough debris will need to be cleared.
4. It Will Always Look Great Artificial lawns can withstand almost all weather conditions, hot or cold. It will continue to stay green and closely resemble a real lawn.
5. Durability Once your artificial lawn has been successfully installed, you can forget about tiring upkeep. It will withstand wear and tear for quite a few years.
6. Never Deal with Weeds Again This is one of the largest problems with a natural lawn. There are so many types of weeds that creep into a natural lawn, weed control really is an entire job all on its own. It takes up so much time and money, but with an artificial lawn, weeds won’t be a problem. You may still need to pull them from time to time, but they are far less prevalent when you have an artificial lawn.