Artificial Grass or Leisure Grass is natural looking plastic replacement for turf. This easy and low maintenance surface is becoming increasingly common in domestic properties due to the low maintenance and year-round properties.
With the increase in popularity of artificial grass in the UK, we often get asked what this is and where it is normally installed.
Artificial Grass Explained
Please see a short video below by Soft Surfaces which goes into more detail on artificial grass and its uses.
Please see transcript below:
00:00 Hi, guys. It’s Dan here. And today we’re going to be answering the question, what is artificial grass?
00:04 So artificial grass, otherwise known as synthetic turf, is a low-maintenance, all-year round solution to natural grass and it can be used 12 months throughout the year. This can be required in different specifications, such as in a garden or some clients would like a full size pitch installed.
00:18 Obviously, with that, means different requirements for the surface types. They can be 3G, they can be needle punched. We’ll make an entirely new video for you to explain those surface types to you.
00:25 Here at Soft Surfaces Ltd we’re a specialist installer with over 20 years experience with these products, so if you’d like any more information regarding our artificial grass services, please feel free to contact us at www.softsurfaces.co.uk.
Artificial grass is most commonly installed in residential property as a replacement for turf but leisure grass is not just limited to garden use. We have adapted it into schools for children’s reading areas outside and normal grass areas that end up as muddy puddles for half the year.
The Artificial Grass that we provide is also pet friendly and easy to clean after use. So it is now possible to keep your area clean and tidy all year round while you are able to us it.
For more information on what artificial grass is and what areas it is installed, please get in touch via our contact form and we will be in touch asap to discuss in more detail.