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Artificial Turf Articles

Drainage And Artificial Turf: What You Need To Know

Posted by Troy Scott on 10 January


Homeowners here in the Bay Area are all too familiar with drainage problems because so many of us have heavy clay soils. Drainage problems can be especially obvious if you have a natural grass lawn, with frequent puddling and muddy mess. Since rain and watering can’t soak into the soil fast enough, there are often issues with wasteful water runoff or yard erosion. It’s not pretty.

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Topics: artificial grass, artificial turf, drainage, Drainage issues, Superior Drainage

Rain Storms, Mold, Mildew, and Your Artificial Grass

Posted by Troy Scott on 11 June



If it isn’t parching drought, it’s drenching rain. Water is a wonderful thing, no doubt about that. But when it rains so hard water cannot drain fast enough, it builds up on your lawn. It’s an ideal environment for slimy mold and mildew to grow and thrive. This happens with natural grass, and it can happen with many types of lower quality artificial grass, too.

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Topics: artificial grass, Drainage issues

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

Does Your Lawn Drainage Really Matter? Can Artificial Grass Help?

Posted by Troy Scott on 12 May

Are good draining capabilities high on your wish list for your yard? A properly draining backyard is important because that means it will always be accessible and ready to use – no standing water will be in your way. And it won’t have a muddy mess to track in your house.

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Topics: Drainage issues, Artificial Turf Lawn, Drainage Problems

Drainage issues? Install A Synthetic Turf Lawn from Heavenly Greens

Posted by Troy Scott on 29 March

Are you tired of a yard filled with mud, puddles and standing water? Rainy seasons and long periods of wet weather can wreak havoc on a natural lawn at your home or business, and most of the time, there isn’t an easy way to fix this messy problem.

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Topics: Residential Artificial Grass, synthetic turf, Drainage issues

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