If you’re considering artificial grass for your garden, there’s a good chance you’ve got a lot of questions to ask. Luckily, we’re ready to answer them. Below, we’ve compiled a list of artificial grass FAQs and corresponding answers – have a skim through and see if you find what you’re looking for.
Does artificial grass fade?
No – our artificial grass is fully UV protected, meaning that it will retain its rich green colour. We also offer an 8 year warranty against fading, just for added peace of mind.
Is artificial grass safe for kids?
Artificial grass is ideal for kids. Easigrass features safe, non-slip technology, and it can even be fitted with a shock pad base for extra safety. This makes extended periods of play time much safer.
Is artificial grass safe for pets?
Absolutely. Easigrass has a range of products specifically designed to suit pets. If you’re curious, give us a call and a member of our sales team would be happy to explain the benefits.
How do I clean up after my pets?
If you have artificial grass, cleaning up after pets is simple, just pick up the waste and then give the area a quick hose down. Don’t worry about wee, it will drain away through the perforation.
Will my artificial grass get hot in direct sunlight?
If it’s a particularly sunny day, your artificial grass could get hot. If this happens, a simple hose down will cool it off. Alternatively, you could put a blanket down – this could be preferable if you have small children.
Can I use artificial grass inside?
Of course! Our artificial grass is adaptable and can be used inside and out, regardless of whether it is a wet or dry area.
How long does it take to lay artificial grass?
As a guide: a 50 square metre garden can be laid in a single day.
Is artificial grass completely maintenance free?
While artificial grass is extremely low maintenance, like all things, it’s not fully maintenance-free. It will require professional cleaning annually, as well as a brush and a sweep every now and then.
Does artificial grass flatten?
Artificial grass can become crushed by garden furniture or heavy footfall, but this is by no means permanent. To remedy this, all you have to do is brush up the pile to raise it back up again.
Where does rainwater go?
Easigrass is perforated, meaning that any excess rainwater simply slips through into the soil underneath.
Will static be a problem?
This is very unlikely, but as it’s a result of area conditions, it’s not easy to detect or measure. However, in the majority of cases it will eventually go, so don’t worry. In the winter, it certainly won’t pose a problem as frequent rainfall will ensure the garden is properly earthed.
If you have a question that you would like to ask the Easigrass team that isn’t on this list of artificial grass faqs, get in touch with us today and we would be more than happy to help.