Artificial turf is extremely durable and easy to maintain but it is not bulletproof. While it requires very little ongoing maintenance, there are a few things you will want to avoid in order to ensure your lawn continues to look its gorgeous best for years to come. With that in mind, here are some tips for working on and around your artificial grass.Read More
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The materials used in the construction of artificial turf are extremely durable and resistant to many types of damage, including the effects of direct sunlight. While sunlight can fade other types of fabric, the materials used in artificial turf are not affected in the same way. The turf retains its color whether it is used in complete shade or direct sunlight.Read More
Artificial turf is manufactured with materials that make it long lasting and extremely durable. With proper care and maintenance, your turf can last up to 25 years or longer without having to be repaired or replaced. There are a few things you can do, however, to ensure you get the most out of your artificial grass.Read More
Artificial turf was first used on indoor playing fields. The National Football League was one of the first to use the turf in professional sports, in an attempt to prevent game delays to do to weather. By playing the game inside a stadium, it could be played rain, shine or heavy snow. Over the years, artificial has increased in popularity. Improvements have been made that make it popular with homeowners who have children or want to install recreational areas, like putting greens.Read More
The warmer seasons are upon us, bringing possibilities of sunny afternoons with your children playing in the backyard and warm nights entertaining your friends with a barbeque. No matter the activity – slip ‘n slides, football, fetch with the dog – you can have a lawn that can withstand, well, just about anything and still be comfortable and inviting.