Fake Grass

Grass under the feet can be one of the most therapeutic feelings for someone who wants some rejuvenation and relaxation in the midst of nature. Natural grass is fine, and all so desirable. But there are situations and conditions where it may not be quite possible to go in for natural grass, which is where fake grass comes into the picture.

Fake grass is also known as artificial turf and has many takers in a world where technological advances have made it possible for synthetic materials to be used in place of natural grass and come up with an effect that rivals the real thing. Whether it is for sports like football or hockey or lawns artificial grass has many uses and applications that one can use.

The advantages of fake grass are many. For one, you do not have to take the utmost care and spend lots of time and loads of money in the quest to have wonderful grass that serves the purpose of grass but without the hassles. Artificial grass became quite popular way back in the mid 1960s, when it was used for the first time in major league baseball.

There was really no need to plant the seeds, then water it for months on end and then keep mowing and cutting it like is the case with natural grass. If you forget to tend the lawn in case of normal grass, it tends to grow so tall and become all unkempt and untidy, and such an eyesore for everyone.

Since the 1990’s fake grass has found great acceptability as artificial lawn material. This is because the material has become much more durable, of higher quality as well as cheaper by far. In cities, water conservation is a matter of great concern, which is why there has been a concerted effort to ensure that fake grass is made available to those who would love a wonderful lawn in front of the house without wasting water. This is also of great use in the commercial landscaping that adorns hotels as well as public buildings, where artificial grass adds to the beauty sans the trouble.