Looking for ways to simplify your homeowner chores? Consider using artificial grass and turf in and around the house. It’s durable, clean, and requires no watering. Here are a few types we recommend.
No in-fill needed
Customers praise this artificial grass for its durability. Thanks to its thatch composition, it has a soft feel that’s kind to both human and pet feet. Plus it’s easy to install – no infill is required. It’s made to stand up to moderate to heavy traffic. Each blade of grass has a slight variation in color, dimension, and texture to create a more natural appearance.
This product from Goasis Lawn is non-toxic and lead-free, making it a safe surface for pets and kids to play on. The appearance is very realistic with the grass leaves extending about a half-inch above the surface. The grass is constructed with polypropylene yarns that are resistant to higher temperatures and quick to dry. Each 6-foot by 10-foot section weighs just over 9 pounds. The color should last more than 10 years.
Better than real
We can’t stop staring at this artificial grass – mainly because it hardly looks artificial. Credit the combination of straight green strands with the mixture of curvy yellow strands. SunVilla artificial grass is non-toxic and lead-free, made with UV-resistant yarn, polyethylene fabric, and a latex backing. No in-fill is required for installation; self-adhesive seaming tape makes installation a breeze.
Pet owners with small dogs and even smaller backyards rave about this artificial grass rug. Just hose it down after your four-legged friend does his business. It’s eco-friendly and non-toxic, which makes it stress-free for you too.
A breeze to clean
Give your backyard or patio a truly professional look with these artificial turf tiles. No need to break out the scissors – the locking tiles ensure that your lines will be clean and straight. Plus the built-in drainage system makes them easy to clean.