How to take care of my artificial lawn
Using a leaf blower to remove leaves from the lawn is the perfect solution to keeping it dry and clean. You’ll want to remove leaves and other debris at least once a week to ensure that your artificial grass installation stays clean and fresh looking.
You can safely place heavy items onto your artificial lawn, as long as you make sure to brush the fibers back up regularly using a broom. You’ll want to brush in the opposite direction of the pile for the fullest, most beautiful look. After a prolonged period of time, it is possible that a heavy item will leave an imprint on your lawn. Keep this in mind and consider rotating the location of heavy items so that this does not happen.
Your lawn can safely survive any frigid or snowy temperatures that come your way, but be mindful about manually removing piled up snow, and especially ice. Because snow will naturally melt a bit and become packed down into the artificial grass, it’s important that you simply let it melt away naturally. Trying to scrape or remove it manually can damage your artificial grass installation.
As the seasons come and go on their own time, your beautiful lawn will be there for you when spring comes back.
Before BBQ-ing on your new lawn, you need to be mindful to avoid hot items coming into contact with your grass. This can melt the otherwise durable installation. If this happens, you’ll want to have it repaired by a professional company. The repair will be noticeable in most cases, so try to avoid contact with flame and hot products at all costs. Be mindful not to let ashes come in contact with your lawn either
Finally, you should be mindful about weeds that pop up around your installation, especially near the edges. Have your lawncare company remove the needs from around the installation soon, before they take root. Once they take root, they can cause problems.
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