Artificial grass is often much easier to install than you think. While you can hire professionals, it’s easy to DIY it too. Laying artificial grass on soil is often the most straightforward option, as laying over grass can cause drainage issues, and it’s much harder to ensure you have an even surface. So if you have a bare patch in your garden that you’re wondering what to do with or a patch of grass you’re considering digging up, we can help.
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Often people are told that artificial grass is 100% maintenance-free. While it is true that fake grass is very low maintenance, it tends to be placed outside where animals and weather can impact its condition, which means some maintenance is still required. Thankfully, it is still very low maintenance, and there are tools you can use to make the job even easier (plus, you still don't have to look after artificial turf as much as you would have to mow and weed a natural grass lawn.)
Let's look at some performance tools for artificial grass.
One of the most important things for any bowling club to think about is installing the greens. Many choose artificial grass for its many benefits. As well as being easy maintenance, artificial turf can extend the bowling season, has better and more consistent conditions, and better levels. This guide will give you advice on what to think about when installing an artificial lawn for your bowling green.
If you haven’t already, read our article on the benefits of Artificial Grass around pools. If you have and decide to proceed, great, keep reading! With a few steps, installing your artificial grass is going to be pretty straightforward with these tips.