Do-It-Yourself Artificial Grass Projects

Written by Artificial Turf Supply Commercial & Residential Division

Updating your home or business doesn’t have to involve a construction crew. There are many simple projects you can do yourself, especially when it comes to using artificial grass. Fake grass projects range from small and easy to large and complicated, but are all relatively simple to do on your own and can make your properly more beautiful. Artificial Turf Supply Commercial & Residential Division offers the following do-it-yourself artificial grass project ideas.

A Green Lawn with Artificial Grass

If you’ve always wanted a lush, green lawn but are not willing to work for it, artificial grass is the answer. Maintenance-free and durable, synthetic lawns look and perform like natural grass but don’t have to be watered or maintained. To install fake grass, you will need a good instruction manual, a few tools, and a few helping hands. If you have experience in installing fake grass, you might be able to do it all on your own. Most synthetic lawn projects only take a few days.

A Beautiful Deck with Artificial Grass

Does your deck need a new foundation? Installing new deck floors can be a costly project, especially if you use certain materials. Instead of traditional materials such as wood and tile, consider carpeting your deck with artificial grass. Easy to install and affordable, synthetic grass is durable and soft underfoot. It’s also resistant to the outdoor elements, which means it won’t fade in the sun or get destroyed in the rain. If you have a patio or sunroom, you can also use artificial grass to carpet the floors.

Artificial Turf Supply Commercial & Residential Division is a leading manufacturer of advanced synthetic turf solutions for homes and businesses.

Ward Off Destructive Animals

Written By: Jason Governo

Racoons are just one of the annoying animals that you would like to keep away from your farm. Doesn’t it make you so mad when they find their way in your farm and just ruin all the plans and crops that you have planted and took care of religiously? We know you are tired of having to put up with them and we hear you loud and clear! We know that our customers are so tired of coming up with ways to ward them off and your attempts have failed miserably. We have come up with a great solution that is very much helpful for all our customers who wants to help improve their farms by warding off the animals that have been very much damaging to their plants and precious crops. Putting up an Electric fence will help you make sure that your plants and crops will never again be messed up by animals. We know that you are afraid of what kind of damage it will cost to the animals because the world electric can be a bit scary. But not to worry! The sound and aura of the electric fence will be enough for the animals to not come near it. But in the off chance that they still do, it will not harm them enough for them to be hurt or put at risk for their lives. The fence is just simply there to scare them off and make sure that they do not find their way in to ruin your crops.

If you visit a Farm Supply Store, you will find many different kinds of fences that you can easily install for your home. Wire Fencing is also a good idea and it is much cheaper than an electric one.

Plants that require little maintenance

Having a garden requires a lot of work. Constant watering, pruning, and even moving around to ensure maximum or minimum exposure to sunlight can pile up very quickly. A list of tasks to do can take a few minutes per task. But then if you have 20 tasks on your list, those few minutes could quickly spike into an hour or even more. That’s one hour that you can’t get back from your day. If you want to save yourself from this added burden, you’re probably thinking that you should outsource your garden maintenance. That sounds like a great idea, but then you’re adding another variable into the equation – money. If you’re not looking to spend an additional hundreds of dollars to your monthly expenses, you should opt for low maintenance plants instead. Plant things like coneflowers, cosmos, daylilies, hens and chicks, yarrows, and hostas as well. These plants require very little maintenance and are able to survive varying weather conditions as well. What this means is that these flowers require very little from you to be able to bloom. It just needs well-drained soil, and a little check up here and there to make sure that they stay healthy. Other than that, you’re practically good to go. And having plants like these in your garden as well would mean that you would be able to save a considerable amount of time from tending to your garden. That’s an hour or so of time that you can divert instead to other activities like work.