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Here's How Artificial Grass Can Soothe Your Itchy Nose and Watery Eyes

Posted by Troy Scott on 28 April

Here's How Artificial Grass Can Soothe Your Itchy Nose and Watery Eyes http://www.heavenlygreens.com/blog/blog/-temporary-slug-c4812ae3-acf2-4204-a749-b6909d4fba80 @heavenlygreensHomeowners who have natural grass lawns and upper respiratory allergies must constantly deal with the pollens, dusts and other allergens associated with its care and up keep. Several are making the decision to convert from natural to artificial grass in an attempt to control the allergens they are exposed to.

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Topics: health

Avoid These Toxic Plants If You Love Your Pets

Posted by Troy Scott on 27 April

Avoid These Toxic Plants If You Love Your Pets http://www.heavenlygreens.com/blog/Avoid-These-Toxic-Plants-If-You-Love-Your-Pets @heavenlygreensIf you have pets or small children, it is important to know what plants you have in your yard. While many are harmless, there are several that are extremely poisonous and, in some cases, can cause deadly reactions. Learn to identify poisonous plants and take action to remove them as soon as possible. This will prevent your pets or children from playing near them and accidentally ingesting them. Including artificial grass can eliminate many of the problems with toxic plants.

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Topics: Residential Artificial Grass

Helping Your Dog Adapt to Artificial Grass

Posted by Troy Scott on 26 April

Helping Your Dog Adapt to Artificial Grass http://www.heavenlygreens.com/blog/Helping-Your-Dog-Adapt-to-Artificial-Grass @heavenlygreensArtificial grass is ideal for pets and children. Although it looks and feels like natural grass, there are a few slight differences that may be noticeable to your pets the first few times they are allowed to play on it. It won't take long for them to adapt to the change, however. With artificial turf, there will be no allergens or harsh chemicals to deal with, so your pets can spend more time outside getting the fresh air and sunshine they need.

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Topics: Residential Artificial Grass

How Artificial Turf Can Save Your Dog's Life

Posted by Troy Scott on 21 April

Homeowners who have pets with skin sensitivities and other allergies benefit from installing artificial turf. There are some instances when having artificial turf may even save your pet's life. Pets love to play and they aren't always careful when they run around the backyard. Installing artificial grass eliminates many of the risks associated with being outdoors and also ensures that your pet won't track mud, grass clippings and other types of lawn debris through your freshly cleaned home.

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Topics: artificial residential turf

Artificial Lawn and Grass Misconceptions

Posted by Troy Scott on 20 April

Artificial Lawn and Grass Misconceptions http://www.heavenlygreens.com/blog/artificial-lawn-and-grass-misconceptions @heavenlygreensOver the years, artificial turf has become more popular with homeowners. Those who live in areas where drought conditions are wreaking havoc on the local landscape have turned to artificial turf as an option to keep their lawns looking their best. Homeowners' Associations have opted to remove restrictions preventing the use of artificial turf so that local residents can remain compliant with state mandated water restriction guidelines. While many misconceptions still remain about the use of artificial grass, most have been dispelled as more and more people learn about its benefits.

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Topics: Residential Artificial Grass

How to Install Artificial Grass Yourself

Posted by Troy Scott on 19 April

How to Install Artificial Grass Yourself http://www.heavenlygreens.com/blog/How -to-Install-Artificial-Grass-Yourself @heavenlygreensArtificial turf can increase the value of your home and improve its visual appeal. How it is installed can make a huge difference as to how it holds up during extreme weather conditions and high volumes of traffic. If you are planning to install artificial turf and have a larger than average lawn, it may be in your best interest to hire a professional landscaper to install the turf. A smaller lawn, however is more manageable and the work can be easily accomplished in just a few days if you have the right tools and the time you need to install the turf correctly.

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Topics: Residential Artificial Grass

Artificial Grass vs. Natural Grass - What Are the Differences?

Posted by Troy Scott on 14 April

When it comes to a lawn, homeowners have two basic options. They can leave their natural grass lawns in place or convert them to artificial turf. In most areas of the country, the choice is based on a variety of factors ranging from cost, maintenance and visual appeal. There are other factors as well, including how maintaining a natural grass lawn impacts the environment.

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Topics: Residential Artificial Grass

Learn How Artificial Grass Helps Improve Your Garden Area

Posted by Troy Scott on 13 April

Artificial turf can improve the look of your home and your property. It can also have a positive impact on the look of your garden and patio area. Most homeowners keep their garden and landscaped areas neatly manicured. Artificial turf allows them to do the same with their lawn without all of the additional maintenance. It also helps to improve the garden area in a number of different ways.

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Topics: Unique Artificial Turf Design and Uses

How Much Does It Cost to Install an Artificial Golf Green?

Posted by Troy Scott on 12 April

The size and type of putting green you choose to install will have a direct impact on the cost of the project. Choosing to include certain features will also have an effect on the price. Putting greens can be small, compact and simple or large and complex enough to handle a variety of shots. To determine how much money to budget for the project, you need to decide exactly what you want to be able to accomplish with the type of putting green you choose.

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Topics: golf artificial turf

The Pros and Cons of Artificial Grass

Posted by Troy Scott on 07 April

Artificial grass has been used for years in both athletic venues and to resurface residential lawns. Areas that have harsh drought conditions are ideal for artificial grass because they use no water and allow homeowners to comply with both environmental guidelines and government regulations and restrictions when it comes to water usage. The fact that it requires little to no physical maintenance at all is one of the main reasons most people choose to install it. There are other pros and cons to making the switch, however, and in the end, it becomes a personal choice.

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Topics: benefits

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