Artificial grass is a great alternative to live grass to keep your yard looking well-kept, beautiful, and healthy year-round. Artificial grass will spare you from costly routine maintenance such as mowing, weeding and fertilizing your lawn. Unlike live grass, artificial grass doesn’t need to be treated with harmful fertilizers or pesticides, making it the safest lawn solution for your pets and family. Here are five reasons why artificial grass is the safest and most convenient option for your yard.
No Pesticides or Fertilizers
When updating your home, first impressions are everything. The condition and appearance of your lawn are important considerations that will make your house look like an inviting home.
To keep live grass healthy and aesthetically pleasing, you need to use pesticides and fertilizers regularly. These chemicals are known to be harmful to your pets, and long-term exposure may result in health complications such as irritated skin or respiratory problems. Many fertilizers come with a warning to keep dogs and cats off a newly fertilized lawn for a minimum of 24 hours.
When you update the look of your home’s exterior, artificial grass is the perfect solution. It does not require any harsh chemical treatments to remain lush, making it the safest lawn choice for the whole family, including your pets.
Great for Drainage
Live grass drains unevenly and causes excess mud after rainstorms. Synthetic grass is durable and built for quick, even drainage. As a pet owner, you can be rest assured that your dogs and cats won’t track mud in the house, and they will have a safe surface to play on throughout the year.
Another benefit of artificial turf’s superior drainage is that it eliminates unwanted pet stains and odors. These contribute to live grass becoming patchy and brown over time, but you’ll never experience this issue with artificial turf and its flow-through backing system for maximum drainage.
If your pets are allergic or sensitive to grass pollen, then limiting their contact with live grass will improve their overall health and comfort. Artificial grass is non-allergenic and minimizes exposure to pollen. With pet turf, your pets will enjoy the texture and thickness of live grass, without the detrimental side effects on their health.
Pests such as fleas and ticks thrive in live grass yards. Ticks especially carry diseases and are unsafe for both pets and owners. Artificial turf minimizes these pests. Its earth-friendly infill and antibacterial properties discourage pest infiltration and provide a hygienic surface for your pets.
Artificial grass is made with safe, non-toxic materials that are earth-friendly. No harmful chemicals are used in manufacturing. Your pets will benefit from a play area that is environmentally safe without sacrificing the look and feel of live grass.
The materials used are also durable and high-quality. Artificial turf can weather pet activities like running, digging, and scratching without showing signs of wear and tear.
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