Artificial Grass Perth

Artificial Grass Perth

How to choose the best artificial grass for your Perth Landscape

So you’ve decided to install artificial grass into your landscape, and you’re wondering what you need to consider before choosing an artificial turf that’s right for you. Chances are, you want a good looking synthetic grass at the best price. But how do you know if you are comparing apples with apples? What makes a good artificial grass? What is the difference from one synthetic turf to the next?

Looking over artificial grass specifications may just further confuse you. Dtex? Stitch rate? You need to know what’s important, and what isn’t; what is going to affect the look of the artificial grass, the quality of the artificial grass, and the price.

The differences in artificial grass are a combination of things, including different colours (darker and lighter greens, more or less vibrant, olive, yellow and blue hues) different blade widths, heights, and shape, differences in the curly yarn or ‘thatch layer’, and different densities. You will pay more for thicker or longer artificial grass, and different shaped artificial turf blades use more material to manufacture and therefore can cost more also.

The advantage to the different shaped artificial lawn blades is that you can add rigidity to the artificial grass by making it with a shaped blade, meaning it stands up better, and additionally it can appear less shiny than flat blades- shiny or flat synthetic turf is less convincing.

The simplest way to compare the aesthetics of the artificial grasses available from the different suppliers is to request samples. If you know your budget, you will be able to request samples based on your budget. If your budget is flexible and you would consider spending more if it meant you were going to end up with a better looking artificial grass area, you may want to consider requesting a couple of samples from each artificial grass company that are pleasant to deal with.

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