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9 Advantages of Using Artificial Grass for Your Lawn
So many people are turning to artificial grass as a solution to their lawn woes. Often times, the benefits clearly outweigh the initial cost—as it saves countless hours and money regarding upkeep. It can help to improve one’s own lifestyle as well as the impact on the environment overall with the reduction of water consumption and chemical upkeep.So many people are turning to artificial grass as a solution to their lawn woes. Often times, the benefits clearly outweigh the initial cost—as it saves countless hours and money regarding upkeep. It can help to improve one’s own lifestyle as well as the impact on the environment overall with the reduction of water consumption and chemical upkeep.
1. No Need to Water
Normally a real lawn would require regular watering in the early morning and late evening, but artificial grass never needs water. The only time that artificial lawn needs water is when it is time to clean it—which is only occasionally. When cleaning, you will need to hose the blades off with a short burst of water to get rid of the dirt. Because of this, you will see the advantage of a reduction in your water bill.
2. Safe for Children
Because artificial lawns do not need weed killers, fertilizers, pesticides or many other chemicals, they are totally safe for any child to play on. Many cities are opting to use artificial lawns in place of natural grass in public spaces for this reason.
3. No Need to Mow
So many people absolutely despise this specific chore, but it is a necessary burden when you have a natural lawn. With an artificial lawn, no mower will ever be needed. Plastic grass will never grow, so spend all of your extra time playing on your lawn with friends, family, and pets.
4. Low Maintenance
Though you won’t ever need to mow, you will still need to maintain your artificial lawn, but it’s a breeze. You can remove large organic materials using a leaf blower, while a natural bristle broom can fluff areas that get a lot of traffic. The only time that it will need water is when tough debris will need to be cleared. If you don’t have a dog, then this might not even be a regular cleaning method.
5. Dogs Love it
There is no doubt that dogs love to play outside on the lawn, but sometimes they get a bit overzealous and will eat it. Dogs generally ignore artificial grass, and any mess that is left behind can be cleaned off with just some water and a mild detergent. A bonus for the humans that own dogs is that the four legged friends won’t be able to dig unsightly holes and track dirt and mud through the home.
6. It Will Always Look Great
Artificial lawns can withstand almost all weather conditions, hot or cold. It will continue to stay green and closely resemble a real lawn. Even the areas of the lawn that get the most traffic will only require very minimal effort to keep it looking new.
7. No Fertilizers or Pesticides
Unlike real grass, artificial lawns stay looking green and lush without any chemical help. And because the material does not provide food or living area for bugs, pest problems are virtually eliminated. The lack of pesticides and fertilizers are good for the environment as well. Plus, it’s saving you more money.
Once your artificial lawn has been successfully installed, you can forget about tiring upkeep. It will withstand wear and tear for quite a few years. The materials that are used in its manufacturing are made with withstand traffic, all kinds of climates, and weather changes. It won’t even lose its color because of ultraviolet ray exposure—the fibers are made stable against it.
9. Never Deal with Weeds Again
This is one of the largest problems with a natural lawn. There are so many types of weeds that creep into a natural lawn, weed control really is an entire job all on its own. It takes up so much time and money, but with an artificial lawn, weeds won’t be a problem. You may still need to pull them from time to time, but they are far less prevalent when you have an artificial lawn.
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