Want a picture-perfect lawn?
Maybe synthetic grass is the answer. It solves watering, weeding, and fertilizing woes. If you live in a low-water area, or if you’re just tired of constant lawn maintenance, you’re in good company.More and more homeowners are saving time, water, sweat equity and money by switching from real grass to artificial turf. Synthetic grass for landscaping and recreation is growing in the U.S. and that means more and more homeowners are using synthetic grass for:
- Dog runs
- Play areas
- Pool surrounds
- Putting greens
- Decorative borders between patio pavers
Synthetic Grass is Right for You If:
-You’re tired of watering, weeding, fertilizing, and cutting real grass.
-Your summer water bills are too high.
-You don’t want to use chemical fertilizers and herbicides.
-You believe artificial grass looks as good as real grass — maybe better.
What Exactly is Artificial Grass?
Artificial turf consists of filaments threaded into a backing that lets water through. The backing is laid on a drainage layer, usually compacted gravel, and fastened along the perimeter. Then it’s filled with recycled crumb rubber or sand to keep it from blowing away in a stiff breeze.
Today’s synthetic grass is made of nylon, polyethylene, or polypropylene that’s colored to look like various species. Read more about Texas Elite Landscaping’s excellent synthetic grass products or contact us if you want to learn more about synthetic grass options for your home or business.