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What Are The Different Types of Artificial Grass?

Posted by Troy Scott on 19 July

 

Artificial turf is designed to look and feel just like natural grass. The type of material used in its construction has a lot to do with the way it looks, acts and how durable it is. Softer materials feel more natural and act like natural grass, but will not hold up over the course of the installation. Certain types of activity require a stiff, more resilient surface. Sports and recreation areas often demand a courser pile simply because the high volume of foot traffic would cause a thinner pile grass to break down very quickly leading to tears and other forms of damage. The different types of artificial grass offer a wide selection to choose from in different price ranges.

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Topics: Residential Artificial Grass, artificial grass

How To Use Artificial Grass As A Decor

Posted by Troy Scott on 18 July

 

Lightweight artificial turf is similar to short pile carpet or heavy fabric. It is extremely pliant and can even be sown together like cloth. Artificial turf décor is becoming more and more common with individuals who love the outdoors and are trying to incorporate it into their homes. No longer is synthetic grass considered only for the outdoors. People are discovering its versatility and beginning to incorporate into their home décor.

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Topics: Residential Artificial Grass, Unique Artificial Turf Design and Uses

Learn About The Power Broom for Artificial Turf

Posted by Troy Scott on 15 July

 

One of the problems many people have with artificial turf is that the infill can become compacted over time causing the blades to begin to flatten. While it may not cause a drastic change in the lawn's appearance, it may begin to lose some of its life-like qualities. A power broom can be used to help restore the natural look and feel to the lawn, giving it back its vitality and natural appearance.

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Topics: Residential Artificial Grass, maintenance

How Long Does Artificial Turf Last

Posted by Troy Scott on 14 July

 

Artificial turf is designed to be resilient and durable. It is constructed from polypropylene, nylon and other fibers that account for its ability to last several years before showing even the slightest amount of wear and tear. With proper care and maintenance, artificial turf can last upwards of 25 years with only minimal signs of deterioration.

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Topics: Residential Artificial Grass, artificial grass

Why You Shouldn't Purchase Artificial Turf From Costco, Lowes or Home Depot

Posted by Troy Scott on 13 July

 

Everyone wants to find the best deal possible when shopping for anything from lawn rakes to artificial turf. Stores like Costco and Lowes offer great prices on artificial turf, but there is a reason you shouldn't rush out and by your turf from them. Once you do your research you will learn that some things are better bought from the professionals who deal only with that type of product.

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Topics: Artificial Turf Lawn

Indoor Artificial Turf Has Many Uses. Here Are Just a Few

Posted by Troy Scott on 06 July

 

Short pile artificial turf can serve many purposes whether it is used outside a home as a replacement for natural grass or inside the home to add a unique touch to the décor. No matter how you choose to use it, it can add depth and substance to almost any project. It is extremely easy to use and is easily cared for once it is in place. It can be easily removed and replaced if you want to add it as a seasonal decoration.

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Topics: Residential Artificial Grass, Unique Artificial Turf Design and Uses

Benefits of Installing Artificial Turf on Playgrounds

Posted by Troy Scott on 30 June

 

Municipalities, schools and homeowners are looking into the benefits of installing artificial turf for playgrounds and other types of recreational areas. It is ideal for areas that are prone to drought conditions and, once installed, can remain in place for several years. In addition to minimal maintenance, most brands of artificial turf are extremely durable and show very little wear and tear no matter how much foot traffic the playground receives.

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Topics: Install Artificial Turf

Safety Tips for Your Fire Pit

Posted by Troy Scott on 28 June

 

A bonfire and a cold beverage on a cool summer night is a great way to end the day. Before you strike the match and get the blaze going there are a few safety tips to learn that will protect both you and your property from damage. Taking a few simple precautions will prevent your night from going up in smoke.

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Topics: Landscaping

How Much Are You Spending on Natural Grass

Posted by Troy Scott on 27 June

 

Natural grass lawns require regular maintenance. Along with the time you must commit to its care, you must also be prepared to pay for the tools and chemicals you will need in the process. To maintain natural grass properly, you must be able to dedicate a good portion of time and money to its care. The larger the lawn the higher its overall cost. Although there are things that can a homeowner can do to reduce the cost, it will still to continue to add up over time.

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Topics: install grass

Summer Landscaping Tips and Tricks

Posted by Troy Scott on 23 June

 

There are summer landscaping tips that can help you keep your property looking its best and also increase the value of your home. Looks are important, but you also have to consider maintenance and affordability. The right materials and design are both factors that will determine how well your project turns out. With a little ingenuity, you can create the perfect backyard paradise on a shoestring budget.

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Topics: Beautiful Lawn

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