Things You Need to Know Before Switching to Artificial Grass

Things You Need to Know Before  Switching to Artificial Grass

Things You Need to Know Before Switching to Artificial Grass

Artificial grass is advertised as the lawn of the future: artificial blades of grass in different colours and shades, made with different lengths, with additional filling to make it comfortable for recreation and picnics. Artificial grass is no longer limited to sports arenas and indoor playgrounds. If you’re considering switching to artificial grass, read on for some great tips to know before you make the switch.

  • Create a checklist

The first thing you need to do is find a checklist of things you want on your artificial grass. Consider the colour, because nowadays synthetic lawn has different shades of green mixed with some tanning spots to give the impression that there are several dead grass spots on your lawn, as part of the manufacturer’s efforts to keep it looking real. You also need to take into account the length of the blades to make them look natural on your lawn. If you have children and pets, you can choose something soft and elastic so that it does not break easily and does not heat up even when the sun falls on it.

  • Ask for a sample

Don’t forget that you can ask for free samples, whether the manufacturer can deliver them, as well as guarantees. Never settle for anything less than five years and note that the best artificial grass should last up to 20 years before showing signs of wear. If you want to do this yourself, you can ask your manufacturer if he offers services only for consumables.

Things You Need to Know Before  Switching to Artificial Grass
  • Research online

One of the best artificial grass providers in the industry is Grass Direct. Make sure you browse their portfolio online and visit an exhibition space or garden to see what the grass looks like in real life. Find out about the experience of your installation team and ask to see photos of their work if possible. Learn more about the filling material you use on your artificial grass because the best ones are often made with sand, rubber shavings, and surfaces without filling material. Make sure they give you a full breakdown of the cost and read the installation guide to know exactly how the work is done.

  • Installation

Finally, once your artificial turf is installed, check that the seams of your turf are hidden and you should be consistent and flush with the boundaries and have no space. Remember that if you see something that you are not completely satisfied with, you can always apply for a new job.

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