The market for artificial grass is growing quickly. Driven by a combination of better manufacturing techniques combined with an increasing awareness of the longer term environmental and economic benefits. Originally it was limited to large sports clubs but now you are just as likely to see it on your neighbor’s garden.
Lifestyle and ease of use
There is no doubt at all that in our busy lives time becomes more precious as we seek to juggle all our responsibilities. Cutting the grass can take 2 to 3 hours out of your week and that is for a typical size greenery enclosure. Counterfeit grass needs almost no support and can free up a great deal of time. It merits specifying two unmistakable sorts of clients who likewise think that its extremely significant for elderly people who can't physically cut their gardens and for occasion property holders who are not generally "on location" to take care of their yards.
As our weather grows warmer there will be more pressure on restricting water usage. Hose pipe restrictions can really destroy a natural lawn, but artificial grass will not be affected. Another benefit from artificial grass is that it actively helps the environment. As well as substantially reducing water usage we also get no carbon emissions from petrol driven lawn mowers and no fertilizers needed. Moreover, pollution from water runoff carrying chemicals into the drains is minimized
It always surprises people to know the varied circumstances when artificial grass can be beneficial. Here is a brief list:-
It can’t be dug up, its easy to clean and keep sterile and there will be no muddy paws. This makes it a favorite at dog kennels.
Very useful as ground cover beyond the “splash back” area. No muddy areas to carry dust and dirt into the pool, no ruts from the sun loungers and stays green whatever the weather.
Artificial grass can also be used when there are a going to be a lot of people in the garden. A good example would be if a marquee was planned.
In the American south, with their extreme weather conditions it can sometimes seem a little odd when you get the baked dry yard of one house right next to bright green of a neighbour who has laid artificial grass.
Well to be honest there aren’t any. Price wise it can is usually less than paving or other artificial coverings and when you measure the investment over the life of the grass it can in fact work out cheaper than laying and maintaining natural turf.
Things you might not know about artificial grass
Artificial grass was originally designed for sports pitches and sold under the name of astro turf in the USA. The early versions were not very successful but more recent changes have resulted in artificial grass being adopted by very large sports clubs. In particular for their training pitches as the annual hours of pitch usage can be increased substantially.