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Artificial Turf for Crossfit Training

Posted by Troy Scott on 10 February

Artificial turf has been used in athletic and sporting venues for decades. Recently, it has been finding its way into gyms and fitness facilities, especially those dedicated to CrossFit training. CrossFit training programs involve high intensity workouts that include functional movements, strength training and stamina building activities. Agility, flexibility, balance and power are all important concepts in the CrossFit training philosophy. The use of artificial turf in CrossFit facilities enhances performance and increases the accuracy of the movements the athletes perform.

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Topics: Unique Artificial Turf Design and Uses

What is the Best Artificial Grass Infill for Pets?

Posted by Troy Scott on 09 February

Artificial turf is safe for both children and pets and will withstand several years of use with minimal wear and tear. One of the keys to its longevity and durability is the type of infill that is used. Artificial grass infill for pets needs to be durable, resilient and able to resist odors as well as discoloration when exposed to urine and feces. You have several options available to choose from. You will need to do a little research to find out what types of artificial grass infill for pets will best suit your needs, but in the end it will be worth it. Talk to various landscapers in your area before you make your final decision and find out which type of infill each one recommends.

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Topics: Residential Artificial Grass

Why Artificial Turf is an Investment, Not a Cost

Posted by Troy Scott on 04 February

Many homeowners consider artificial turf to be a major expense. In reality, the overall cost is rather reasonable when compared to the cost of maintaining natural grass. The cost of artificial turf is actually an investment in your home. It increases the property's resale value and keeps the lawn looking green and lush. With today's economy, any investment that beautifies one's home or saves large sums of money is well worth the investment.

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Topics: Residential Artificial Grass

Top 10 Benefits of Artificial Turf

Posted by Troy Scott on 03 February

The benefits of artificial turf begin to stand out when you compare it to natural grass. In areas like Southern California where drought conditions are common, homeowners are discovering that artificial turf allows them to maintain a beautiful lawn without fear of violating water restrictions or the landscaping guidelines of their local Homeowners Association.

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Topics: Residential Artificial Grass

Should I Buy Used Artificial Turf?

Posted by Troy Scott on 02 February

Homeowners who like the look and feel of artificial turf can save money on smaller jobs by purchasing used artificial turf. While new turf is preferable for large jobs like replacing entire natural grass lawns, used artificial turf is a practical choice for areas like dog/pet runs, landscaped areas and paths or walkways. Used artificial turf is also an option for individuals who live in apartments and want to add a little green to their patio or balcony.

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Enhance Your Yard Landscape Lighting

Posted by Troy Scott on 28 January

People often admire landscaping during the day because the area is easily seen. At night, however, much can go unnoticed. You can keep your landscaped areas looking beautiful both day and night with the use of various types of lighting. When designing your landscaped areas, position lights in specific places to maximize their benefit. Landscaping lighting can be placed on the home, poles, in trees or close to the ground for a wide range of effects that will beautify your home as well as help to keep it secure and prevent intruders from making it a target.

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Topics: Residential Artificial Grass

5 Creative Uses For Artificial Turf

Posted by Troy Scott on 27 January

Artificial turf is used for much more than athletic playing fields, golf courses and residential lawns. Its versatility and convenience make it an easy for choice for many do it yourself home projects. Homeowners can easily purchase and install artificial turf for simple projects to both beautify and improve the functionality of their home. It is virtually maintenance free, does not require water and is safe for both pets and children to play on.

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Topics: Residential Artificial Grass

Why Would Artificial Turf Need To Be Watered?

Posted by Troy Scott on 26 January

Artificial turf does not need to be watered to look nice, although it is worth the effort to give it a thorough rinsing once or twice a month. Drought restrictions in California prevent homeowners from watering their natural grass lawns on a regular basis. Because artificial turf is made of synthetic materials, it does not need to be watered at all, except when the homeowner decides to occasionally rinse it off.

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Great Winter Vegetables To Grow In California

Posted by Troy Scott on 21 January

Looking for winter vegetables to grow in California during the drought? There are plenty to choose from. Even though there are drought conditions causing water usage to be restricted, you can still grow a bountiful garden. Many vegetables are tolerant to drier conditions and will thrive with little irrigation. Vegetables that thrive in drought conditions will grow much faster and be ready for harvesting much sooner. In fact, there a few vegetables that grow so quickly that if planted at different intervals, will allow the gardener to harvest the produce several times during the season.

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Topics: Residential Artificial Grass

5 Fun Winter Activities In San Jose

Posted by Troy Scott on 20 January

San Jose residents can always find something to do. Whether they live close to downtown or on the outskirts, there are a variety of activities for adults and children alike. Music enthusiasts, dabblers in fine art or weekend warriors have many venues to explore and hobbies to pursue. The winter months in San Jose are cool but not overly hot, so spending time outside is often enjoyable and offers a chance to breathe in some fresh air and experience what the city has to offer.

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Topics: San Jose

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