If you live in an area with limited natural rainfall or where water is rationed, artificial turf is an environmentally responsible way of enjoying your outdoor space while minimizing your use of natural resources. Artificial Turf Grass For garden with easy installation can make a beautiful place for your children and pets.
When is artificial better than real?
When you're gardening under tree canopies or in heavy shade; for roof terraces, where the synthetic option removes myriad problems from watering to weight limitations; for play areas, where a soft landing is needed (children's football games can soon obliterate even the toughest grass); and where space is at such a premium that a mower simply isn't an option.
Can you lay it yourself?
Around 50% of artificial turf is now laid by customers themselves. Artificial grass, like carpet, has a directional pile, so you need to make sure it's all running the same way. And it's vital to have edges closely butted up before glueing them to joining tape. Most suppliers give plenty of information to help you take the DIY route. It's generally sold in 2m or 4m width rolls.
Maintaining the illusion
Retiring the lawnmower doesn't mean the end to all work, although you can swap weekly mowing for a less demanding monthly sweep with a stiff brush to clear leaves and lift the pile. The odd weed or moss growing through the turf's plastic backing can be dealt with as you would a normal lawn.
If you get occasional marks on the surface, it's possible to clean them with a non-bleaching household detergent, but this may ruin the illusion for the neighbours.
JiangSen Artificial Grass Co,Ltd was founded in 2004 as a professional artificial grass manufacturer, with 150 R & D and sales teams. our products cover more than 60 countries in Asia, Europe, Oceania, North and South America and Africa. they are mainly used for landscaping and variety of sport field.