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PUTTING GRASS IN YOUR GARDEN OR FOOTBALL FIELD With an increasing awareness of the importance of water conservation, many people are looking for alternatives to natural grass. Natural grass has a lot of added costs such as upkeep, water restrictions and difficulties in growing that make people to start looking for artificial grass as an alternative. It is very easy to maintain the artificial grass and that is why it is gaining increasing demand in the market. This synthetic grass has come a long way from the plastic looking one of the 1970’s and has a lot of names such as soft fall, artificial grass and fake grass among others. The syntetic grass of today, looks and feels the same way as the natural grass. It may not look exactly as the natural grass but it is very difficult to distinguish between the fake one and real on unless closely examining it. The main type of outdoor artificial grass has been the carpet like that requires sand infill in order to make it durable. The kind of artificial grass is seen in kindergarten play grounds and tennis courts. Whilst the short pile grass remains popular for its durability and value for money, the new long pile grass is in demand for its grass like characteristics and close resemblance to real lawn. The long pile grass is almost 40 mm is made of polyethylene woven in rubber to produce the durable product.
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FIFA has authorized an increasing number of synthetic grass to be used when surfacing fields. We all see players sliding after a win, the long pile grass protects them from having carpet burns as well as providing foot traction while playing. To provide a cushioning effect for the players, the artificial grass have rubber granules or sand filled at their base. For maximum comfort artificial grass can be installed over an impact-absorbing, rubber soft fall base similar to that used for Olympic running tracks and as under surfacing around play equipment.
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The new synthetic lawn is also being installed at home particularly in areas where home owners simply do not have the time or resources to do all that is required to achieve a lush natural lawn. A garden setting requires that the synthetic grass to be perforated so as to have reduced effect on trees and plants. It also has the advantage of being able to taken up and re-installed in a different area. Artificial grass can be installed directly over a number of bases depending on application. Bases may be wepour, dirt, concrete or rubber for installing the application. It is possible to either peg it or nail it on timber when installing it. Often the weight of sand and rubber infill may be enough to hold it securely in place.