Artificial turf is great because it doesn’t need water, it doesn’t overgrow, and it remains green year round without maintenance. But that’s just the beginning! It can also be applied to residential property in a way that enhances the curb appeal and even protect the property value itself in some cases.
To give you an idea of some of the things you can do, we put together a quick list of ideas.
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Add Personality with Artificial Turf Patterns
Artificial turf is a great material to use in areas where natural grass will not grow such as an apartment’s balcony or on a deck around a swimming pool. While some people might not like having real grass growing between paving stones on a walkway because it becomes dry and brown, artificial turf remains lush and green. With artificial turf, you can create interesting designs on driveways by alternating cement slabs with crisscross patterns.
Compliment Your Real Plants
Property owners can use an assortment of hardscape materials, such as brick, tiles and stones, to create designs on lawns at commercial and residential properties. You can alternate soil and plants in a garden or flower beds with artificial turf to have a cleaner environment.
Add Flair to Your Patio
When you live in an apartment or condominium that does not have any area for planting live grass, you can place artificial turf on the surface to have a natural ambience for barbecuing and picnics. You can set chairs and flowerpots on top of artificial turf without worrying about damaging the surface or getting items stained or dirty.
Artificial grass can enhance your property in a way that reflects your personal style.
Whether you’re interested in protecting the value of your home in light of the ongoing drought or just looking for a way to make your patio a little nicer for guests, artificial grass provides a wide range of applications.