Those of us who live in Northern California are all too familiar with drought and severe water restrictions that make it nearly impossible to maintain a pretty, healthy lawn. Not to mention the problems that can arise from children or pets. These family members tend to create unsightly bare spots and holes. Then when we can water – or it rains – we deal with repeated mowing, fertilizing, pesticides, and the inevitable muddy paws!
Why be frustrated? can transform any yard into a year-round place of exceptional beauty or a useful and pets. The best part of installing artificial grass is that you’re saving you money and time that you can spend enjoying your at-home surroundings. The next obvious step in the process is to better understand what type of residential artificial turf is right for you.
Here are the most important features you want to pay attention to when selecting your artificial grass for the following uses:
|Yards||Medium to high||Medium to high||Medium||Vertical, good, hole-punched||Soft, but resilient|
|Dogs||Medium to high||Medium to low||High||Vertical, superior, flow-through||Rigid|
|Putting Greens||Very dense||Low||Superior||Horizontal, flows to perimeter||Smooth|
|Outdoor Living||Medium||Medium||Medium to High||Vertical, good, hole-punched||Soft, but resilient|