The lawns pile height and texture are the first thing that visitor inspects in any outdoor living area. Thus, turf plays a vital part in landscaping to make the residential space looks more inviting.

When planning to improve the open area in your home, you likely consider having a lawn for an added beauty and value. Yet, deciding between synthetic or natural grass is something that you may be struggling with, right? To help you select which option is best for you, here are some of its features.

Cost and Maintenance

The traditional natural lawn process can be through seeding or sodding. You can easily plant seeds and nurture them by yourself, or at much greater costs, select sodding. Both methods need regular maintenance that can be expensive, as you will need proper equipment for mowing, trimming, and weeding to preserve a quality lawn.

Pure grass needs regular watering to keep it stay lush and healthy. Since a real lawn has different species that grow either fast or low, watering it at least twice a week is needed.

In contrast, artificial grass installation made from synthetic fibers costs a bit than natural seeding because it requires little maintenance like; brushing to extract any dust or mud in the grass.  Also, it doesn’t need more watering of the lawn to keep it looking good and fluffy.

Synthetic turf does not require fertilizers, pest spray, or a high level of care to maintain it for the long run, for its durability lasts for 25 years which, can save sustainable costs.

Aesthetic and Environmental Impact

Traditionally, natural grass has various types of grass including, ryegrass, Kikuyu, or couch. Each grass blade differs from pointed, sharp, or flat, which needs proper watering and the right amount of light to avoid dying grass leaves and keep its richly green texture healthy.

Real grass has many benefits. From the filtering of pollution to supplying oxygen, it keeps the environment clean and fresh.

Moreover, artificial grass has diverse styles, sizes, and colors such as green, blue, or pink that comes with different material like polyethylene and does not have water required to keep it looking fresh and pleasing.  It’s also resistant to any seasonal issues.

Synthetic turf does not need chemicals in fertilizers or pesticides to keep it healthy. So, it helps lessen the harmful effect of this process on the environment.

Both natural and synthetic fibers have unique facets, and choosing which is best for your area will vary on your financial resources.

If you are looking for artificial grass solutions, check out Easy Turf today by calling 1800 327 988 for more information.