Synthetic turf is often thought of as a product that is used for sports arenas. However, that is not the only use that this product has. Thanks to its many wonderful features, like low maintenance, water conservation and good looks, many people are turning to artificial lawns for residential and commercial properties alike. Artificial grass can be used for:
- Putting Greens: Many mini-golf course designers use fake grass to cut down on maintenance needs. You can also use it for putting greens on golf courses or for private putting greens in offices or at home.
- Residential Landscaping: People looking for a no fuss lawn turn towards artificial grass because it does not have to be mowed or fertilized and it still stays green.
- Sports Fields: Often synthetic turf is used for football, soccer, lacrosse, baseball and many other sporting fields. In these cases artificial grass is not just used for its looks, but also for its soft quality. Artificial grass can help cut down on injuries.
- Playgrounds: Similarly, many daycares, parks and schools are turning to artificial grass for their playground areas to give students a safer place to play.
- Businesses: If business owners want to spend less money on lawn crews, they turn to artificial grass.
- Dog Runs: Pet owners and city parks turn to artificial grass as an alternative for pets to play in. Artificial grass drains well, so you do not have to worry about puddles or mud.
- Balconies: Some apartment dwellers look for ways to add greenery to their space. Grass on balconies is a great option for them, and it can make having a dog much easier too.
- Gyms: Because of its quality padding, many gyms are even installing artificial grass. It adds a unique look, and provides traction and padding.
No matter what you want to use artificial grass for, make sure to talk to professionals about all of your options.
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