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Artificial Turf Articles

Clean Your Pool Less! See How Artificial Turf Keeps Your Pool Cleaner.

Posted by Troy Scott on 22 September


Homeowners who have swimming pools in their backyards are discovering the benefits of installing artificial turf. Synthetic turf can be placed on patios and decks, as well as on the platforms for above ground pools. The turf dries quickly, will not be stained or discolored by the chlorine or other pool chemicals and dramatically reduces the risk of slipping on wet cement or wood.

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Topics: artificial grass, artificial turf

The Benefits Of Installing Artificial Grass In Large Event Areas

Posted by Troy Scott on 21 September


Installing artificial grass in venues where large events are held can save you both time and money. It will also make a lasting impression on everyone who chooses to attend. Unlike natural grass, artificial turf is consistent in both texture and color. The surface is even and there is less risk of an injury due to a shoe sinking into the soft dirt or a chair falling over. If you are hosting a gathering of any kind, you want to present the best image possible. Installing artificial grass allows you to do that.

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Topics: artificial grass, Install Artificial Turf

Why Artificial Grass Is The Perfect Surface For Bocce Ball

Posted by Troy Scott on 20 September


The game of Bocce Ball was originally played in Italy. The game dates as far back as ancient Rome and is popular among Italians across the globe. Bocce ball is normally played on a natural soil, asphalt or well manicured lawn. People have started to surface bocce ball courts with artificial grass in an attempt to make the game easier to play. Artificial turf offers several advantages over natural soil and asphalt. It is also extremely easy to care for. The following benefits are why it is becoming a popular choice among people who like to play bocce ball in their spare time.

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Topics: artificial grass, artificial turf

How Is Artificial Turf Designed For Optimal Drainage?

Posted by Troy Scott on 15 September


Artificial turf is designed to act as naturally as possible. This is especially true when it comes to managing water flow. When water is allowed to fall on the surface of artificial turf, the goal is that it be allowed to leach through the turf and infill and enter a drainage system designed to carry it away. This prevents puddling and eliminates the chances of water standing in one place for long periods of time. The drainage system for most types of artificial turf act in basically the same way, starting with the mesh backing and ending with the water being carried away or being allowed to leach into the ground naturally.

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Topics: artificial turf, Drainage issues

Learn How Not To Damage Your Artificial Turf

Posted by Troy Scott on 14 September


Artificial turf is designed to withstand almost anything that nature can dish out. It is extremely durable and will last decades when properly installed and cared for. Much like our pets tend to wreak havoc on natural grass lawns, we as humans, can cause just as much damage to artificial turf if we aren't careful. Much of the damage we cause is accidental and could have been prevented if we had paid closer attention to what we were doing.

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Topics: artificial grass, artificial turf

What Games Are Safe to Play On Artificial Grass?

Posted by Troy Scott on 13 September

Artificial grass is ideal for playing almost any type of sport. That was how it gained its notoriety in the first place. The owners of the Houston AstroDome decided to use it to create an indoor playing field. As the first domed stadium, it was used for several different sports, including football and baseball. Over the years, the teams and sporting events may have changed, but the facility still uses artificial turf as its playing surface of choice.

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Topics: artificial grass, Putting Greens

Allergic To Grass? Learn The Symptoms And How Artificial Grass Helps!

Posted by Troy Scott on 12 September


Over the last fifty years or so, allergies have started to become a major problem. People are showing signs of being allergic to the most common things, including natural grass. While most people are allergic to the weeds that often grow around the edges of the lawn, many people are now showing sensitivity towards all types of pollens. Instead of choosing to live in an isolated bubble, homeowners are exploring the advantages of artificial grass and how it may help people with allergies enjoy the outdoors.

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Topics: artificial grass, Escape Allergies

What Makes Artificial Turf So Durable?

Posted by Troy Scott on 07 September


Homeowners that choose to use artificial turf as their primary ground cover for their lawn, often do so for several reasons. It looks and feels like natural grass, adding value to their home. Secondly, there is very little maintenance and the reduced need for water saves money. One of the most important reasons has to do with its durability. Most want a product that will not wear away like grass or die from excessive heat and the rest of the elements.

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Topics: artificial turf, durability

The Customization Options You Have With An Artificial Putting Green

Posted by Troy Scott on 06 September

Making the choice to install an artificial putting green is the easy part. Choosing how you want to customize it is an entirely new ballgame. The choices are endless and you basically can design almost every aspect of it yourself. The landscapers may have to make slight alterations, but in the long run, you will have an artificial putting green that was built to your specific standards and specifications.

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Topics: artificial turf, Putting Greens

Designing an Artificial Putting Green

Posted by Troy Scott on 31 August


An artificial putting green can be a godsend if you want to perfect your stroke and keep your game on point. Many avid golfers are installing artificial putting greens in their back yards in an attempt to help them not only improve their game, but relax after a long day at the office. Parents of teenagers who are learning to golf can also benefit from designing a putting green for their home. It gives their teens an edge and helps them to stay focused if they play on a school team. The key is designing the right artificial putting green for your particular needs.

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Topics: Unique Artificial Turf Design and Uses, Putting Greens

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