How to Maintain an Artificial Turf
Routine maintenance is necessary to retain optimum performance and appearance with any type of equipment, structure, or anything else that you have invested your hard-earned money in.
One example is the maintenance required for homeownership. There are many things you do to maintain the value and beauty of your home. Watering the foundation to ensure it stays structurally sound, changing your air conditioning filters, and keeping your landscaping looking attractive are all things you regularly do. Your artificial grass is no different when it comes to retaining its appearance and performance.
Low maintenance is very appealing to anyone who is considering getting artificial turf installed on his or her property. Synthetic turf is normally cleaned by rainwater, which washes away and dirt and contaminates from pets or other natural elements. Occasionally additional maintenance is required for a bit of deep cleaning, however, it is not very difficult or intensive. Our professionals will walk you through how to perform this occasional cleaning. Artificial grass is an excellent option for anyone who lives busy lives who desire to keep their yard looking beautiful and in pristine condition; despite the lack of time they have to invest in yard work and proper upkeep of natural grass.
Depending on the location and how frequently your grass pad is used, it will be subject to different types of litter and dirt over time. If the synthetic turf is located on a sports field it would be typical to find items like broken pieces of sports equipment, dirt, plastic, paper waste, or human and animal fluids. These types of turf fields encounter large amounts of traffic and thus are in a continual state of contamination.
Synthetic grass can also be found in patio areas, putting greens, and around swimming pools. Different types and amounts of traffic and dirt can be present in these various places. Rainwater is one of the best faux grass cleaning methods. However, depending on the time of the year, it may not rain very much. You may periodically decide to carry out other types of maintenance or use other kinds of cleaners to protect the integrity and ensure the long life of your artificial lawn.
Synthetic Turf Maintenance
As with any equipment, structure, or anything else that you have invested money in, regular maintenance is required to retain maximum performance and appearance. Think of the things that you do to maintain your home. You regularly change your air conditioning filters, keep it painted, check your roof for weather damage, water the foundation to ensure it doesn’t move or crack, and take care of your yard. When it comes to maintaining appearance and functionality, your artificial grass is no different.
Depending on where your grass pad is located and how often it is used, it will be subject to different dirt and debris over time. If the synthetic grass is located on a sports field it would be common to find things like dirt, broken pieces of sports equipment, magnetic objects, as well as human and animal fluids. These types of fields are constantly being polluted. Other places where artificial turf is located like lawns, patio areas, and putting greens all receive different types of traffic and contaminants. You will need to implement cleaners and maintenance routines to ensure the long life of your fake grass.