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Artificial Turf

Using artificial grass in outdoor areas like backyards or commercial spaces is a smart choice because it not only looks good but also feels nice. Maintaining the small spaces between paving stones can be challenging with real grass, as it requires constant mowing and weeding. However, with artificial grass, you eliminate these chores. When installing it, start by laying down the paving stones and then add the turf, as doing it the other way around can cause issues for the turf. Combining paving stones with artificial grass creates a tidy garden appearance without the upkeep associated with real grass or other materials between the stones.


Artificial Grass Care Tips:-

Spring:-  Brush the grass with a stiff brush to fluff it up and keep it looking good.


Summer:- Occasionally hose down the grass to clean off dirt and cool it down. Don't water too much.


Autumn:- Sweep or rake away leaves to stop water from building up and pests from making a home. Check that water can drain properly by clearing any blockages.


Winter:- Use a plastic shovel or soft brush to remove snow and ice without harming the grass.

After clearing snow, gently brush the grass to make it look nice again.

Regular care and quick stain removal will help your artificial grass stay in top shape year-round!



Artificial turf is like a hassle-free alternative to real grass for homes and businesses. You don't need to mow, water, or fertilize it, which saves time and money. It's tough, so it can handle bad weather and lots of people walking on it without getting worn out. Plus, it helps save water because you don't have to water it regularly. For people with grass allergies, it's great because it doesn't cause allergic reactions. You can put it anywhere, even where the soil is bad or there's not much sunlight. Overall, it's a convenient and versatile option for keeping your outdoor spaces green and tidy!



Preparing an area for fake grass is simple. First, measure the space you want to cover. Then, make sure water can drain away well. Clear out any plants or junk and dig down a few inches to make the ground even. Pack the soil down so it's flat and solid, sloping away from buildings. Put down a special fabric to stop weeds, then spread crushed stone or concrete evenly. Smooth it out and sprinkle sand over it to make it even. Wet it and press it down again. If you want, add special strips around the edges to keep it all in place. These steps will give you a strong base for your artificial grass.