Category: Artificial Turf

The use of artificial grass is a highly sustainable practice

Some folks might be asking how is this possible, given the fact that natural grass remains essentially a beautiful addition to the natural environment, helping to keep it green. Well, it also depends on where you are staying and what your domestic or commercial purposes are. For instance, you might be living in an area or region that now needs to impose stringent water restrictions which are punishable by law if not adhered to.

This would be a concerted response to severe droughts and water shortages, usually at dam level. So there you go, an artificial turf is apt to counter the effects of severe dryness. Think about it another way from the aesthetic point of view. In dry areas, dry, yellow grass can be quite an eyesore. Eternally green artificial grass stays that way permanently, eternally green. There are some cases, depending on the artificial turf’s design layouts and purposes, such as in the case of an Astroturf on which ball games are played, where watering will be required.

But watering will be minimal in comparison to feeding natural grass. An artificial turf or grass lawn also takes care of safety purposes. A good example of its utilization for this purpose would be on the kids’ playground at a nursery or junior school, or nearby neighborhood park. Sports wise, artificial surfaces reduce the risks of injury to the falling ball player. It is recommended for some basket ball surfaces on the casual level.

As an erudite sustainable tool artificial grass or turf is also low in maintenance and is quite easy to clean, and is thus a great cost saver. Apart from kids’ playgrounds or sports turfs, artificial grass is perfect for the home or business’s exterior decorating or garden landscaping layouts.