David Chaney and his team in North Carolina developed the first notable artificial turf in 1960. Since then synthetic grass has increased greatly in popularity. Today with research and development, artificial grass is very safe and there is a wide variety, some reasonably priced and others very expensive. Today whatever fake grass variety you need, there is a manufacturer that will supply it.
Artificial Fan Palms: The fan palm looks exactly like what it sounds like. The fronds look like a fan. The fan palm is found in single or multi trunk versions. The multi trunk versions are great for filling corners.
B. Provides good ground cover in the splash back area of swimming pools. It does not allow mud and dirt to accumulate, the pool remains clean. No matter what the weather is, it always remains green.
So what’s the solution to all of this? Getting fake grass, also known as artificial or synthetic grass. Although it might make your yard look tacky, there is a lot of benefits to having this type of grass compared to the real thing. The first obvious one is that the time and money it takes to maintain your lawn goes way down. This can be perfect for people who hate mowing the lawn. Sure, it may make you seem a bit lazy but aren’t there other things you would rather do with your time then cut grass? Another benefit is that it can save money on your water bill. Since this is fake grass, you won’t need to water it. You can have a nice looking lawn year round instead of just in the spring and summer time.
D. Maintaining golf courses is one of the toughest jobs because of the contours and turns in the course however artificial golf greens make this task extremely easy. Similarly maintaining bowling greens becomes very easy with thi công cỏ nhân tạo sân bóng.
Artificial turf has been used in athletics, with many professional athletes who play on modern artificial turf say that it feels as good as actual grass. Odds are that you have, in fact, seen artificial turf and not even realized it. Many businesses have turned to artificial turf in their office landscaping as to cut down on costs of maintenance, while still maintaining that healthy green look that everyone loves.
You are now ready to lay down your fake grass. Roll out your artificial grass and check for tears or faults. Contact your supplier if you encounter any problem. Lay the grass is such a way that you will minimise cuts, joints and waste. Cut the grass using a sharp knife or scissors. If you have to join two pieces of grass, make sure the pile runs in the same direction. Butt the edges close together so there are no gaps. Lift the edge of the turf and apply the adhesive tape.
Polypropylene (PP). This is the less costly alternative commonly used in making plastic bottles, bottle tops and fittings. It is known for its flexibility.