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Artificial Grass Installation Denver, CO

Lawns can be found on almost every piece of property from hotels, parks, backyards, sports venues, colleges and schools among other types of properties. The size of these lawns differ from one property to the next. For instance, residential properties usually have small lawns while golf courses, resorts and parks have the largest lawns. Unfortunately, natural grass lawns require a lot of maintenance to keep them looking great. This entails frequent watering, mowing, addition of fertilizers and weeding among other things. As a result, maintaining natural grass is costly and time consuming. Since most property owners do not want to waste their time and money to maintain their outdoor spaces, installing artificial synthetic grass is normally considered a great idea.

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Benefits of Installing Artificial Grass Turf

Artificial turf has a long lifespan. Lawn Pros sells and installs synthetic turf products which have a lifespan of around 15 years. However, there are many clients who had their lawn installed over two decades ago and they still look great. To ensure customers are 100% satisfied with their turf products, Lawn Pros offers an 8-year warranty on all their products. The materials used to make the turf are rot resistant and cannot fade. This is largely due to the innovative technologies used by Lawn Pros. For instance, there is a patent-pending technology in the turf that makes the fibers resistant to the damaging effects of ultraviolet radiation from the sun. The materials used to make the turf are also 100% recyclable, which makes synthetic turf Eco-friendly. Since no watering, addition of fertilizers, use of chemical pesticides and herbicides or burning of fossil fuel is required to maintain the lawn, artificial turf is more Eco-friendly than natural grass.

Turf Lawn and Your Health

While some people think turf lawns are not family friendly because they think turf grass contains lead, the synthetic turf products manufactured and sold by the Lawn Pros do not contain any lead. Since Lawn Pros oversees the entire product chain from manufacturing, storage and installation, they can afford to offer guarantees and assurances to consumers. In that regard, Lawn Pros deals in products which are family friendly and do not contain any heavy metals. Secondly, synthetic grass does not require chemical fertilizers, pesticides and herbicides, which are known to exacerbate allergies, asthma and sinusitis among other types of health problems. This makes them family friendly and good for your health.

Synthetic Grass and Your Wallet

A square foot of synthetic turf costs between $2.50 to $4. If you choose turf grass with a price tag of $3 per square foot and your yard measures around 1,000 square feet, you will need to spend $3,000 to buy the material alone. While this cost may be high, it can easily be recouped within 5 years in a number of ways. For instance, you will not need to buy fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides and fuel for the lawn mower, or pay higher water bills due to lawn irrigation. Since turf grass has a long lifespan, nearly 20 years, you will make huge savings in the long term. This makes artificial synthetic grass a pocket-friendly option.

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Artificial Grass Installation By Lawn Pros Denver

Lawn Pros has different types of turf grass for sale. They include artificial sport turf, artificial lawn for homes and multipurpose lawn turf among others. It is important you choose the right synthetic grass product for the intended use. The specialists at Lawn Pros can advise and assist clients to choose the right product and perform the actual installation. As mentioned earlier, the $2.50 to $4 per square feet is only the price of the turf, the installation cost will vary from one client to the next. The installation cost largely depends on the size and terrain of the outdoor space.

Before giving a quote for the artificial turf installation job, the installers must first visit the site and assess the terrain and complexities of the job. Next, the installers will move in the equipment and materials needed to lay the turf. If there is an existing lawn, the grass must be removed together with the sod. A 4-inch layer of crushed rocks is then laid on the ground, compacted and smoothed to create a hard surface on which the turf will be installed. Depending on the width of the outdoor space, several pieces of turf grass may be needed. Please note that the standard width of turf grass is 15 feet, if the width of the yard is 45 feet, three pieces must be sewn together to completely cover the area. After laying of the turf, the infill material, which acts as ballasts, is spread over the turf to weigh it down. The material, which can either be sand or rubber crumb, is spread evenly over the entire surface. The next step is to secure the turf on the ground. This is done by driving 7-inch non-corrosive spikes around the edges of the turf at intervals of 3 feet.

Usage and Maintenance Tips

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Before you go to the lawn to play on a hot sunny day, remember to sprinkle some water onto the artificial turf. This is meant to cool the fibers. If you have a leaf blower, you can use it to blow leaves away from the turf. Remember to also pick twigs and branches from the turf. That’s almost all the maintenance the turf needs. It is important to note that the backing holding the artificial grass fibers together are completely permeable, so it allows water to freely flow into the ground, so you don’t need to worry about water stagnating on the artificial lawn. Dealing with urine and solid waste from pets is also easy. Urine can be washed away by pouring clean water onto the urine stain. If a pet poops on the turf, you can wash the affected area with clean water after removing the solid waste. If you need artificial lawn installation on a residential or commercial property, be sure to call Lawn Pros for the best artificial synthetic grass installation service in Denver, Colorado.