You can cover the area with artificial grass to create a small space that is soft underfoot and looks very similar to a small lawn. A question we often get is: “Do I need to water my artificial grass?”Simply put, the answer is no. Apart from the occasional rinse, if you have pets or spill something on them, you don’t need to spray your artificial grass. This will save you tons on your water bill when you consider the amount of water needed to hydrate the natural lawn. It is not only not affected by environmental conditions, but also does not allow weeds to grow or mud to spread.
After a long service life of 15-25 years, it eventually ends up in a landfill. As mentioned above, natural grass is extremely sensitive to environmental conditions, which can lead to stains and discoloration. The sunlight in your garden is not constant over the entire area, so certain sections are bare and brown. In addition, grass seeds need soil to grow, which means that real grassy areas are extremely muddy, which is very inconvenient.
At first I might have been skeptical, but now I will never have a natural grass lawn again! Our kids and dogs love it, and I spend time playing with them on the artificial grass instead of tending to it. Synthetic fibers are used to make artificial artificial grass grass and convey the look and feel of real grass. The main fibers are made of non-toxic and non-abrasive polyethylene, which is processed into soft and flexible green films, so-called “threads”, which look very much like living grass.
Other items that are used in lawn care and also end up in landfills, such as product containers, lawn mowers and other lawn care equipment, are not taken into account. The most common place to install artificial grass could be in the yard to replace real grass, but this is not the only suitable surface. Artificial grass can simply be installed over a concrete terrace or used to adapt a driveway that no longer serves as a path for cars. The main difference is that you install the lawn with a special synthetic adhesive that holds the lawn firmly in place. Artificial grass is also suitable for residents who have only a small terrace or balcony.
Pay close attention to how companies help you decide which material is suitable for your property. You may have a different preference, but you should introduce to them all the advantages and disadvantages of artificial grass, as well as natural grass. A company that really cares that you make an informed decision will discuss in detail all the problems with artificial grass or the maintenance challenges of real grass. They should help you make a decision that you are informed and familiar with.