*Read my Disclosure
A growing number of people are seeing the benefits of adding artificial grass to their home. Synthetic grass can be used to create a new play area for children or as a replacement for an existing natural grass lawn. It can also help the environment as well since it requires almost no water to maintain and eliminates the need for gas-powered mowers and edgers to keep trimmed.
Several factors can help you to make your artificial lawn even more environmentally friendly -- including the type of infill used. Infill is the small pellets at the thatch of the grass that help to keep blades standing straight. While artificial turf used for sports fields is often made of rubber from recycled tires, most synthetic lawns either don’t have infill or use a different type of infill.
Choosing the right infill can go a long way to helping create an environmentally-conscious artificial lawn. Leading artificial turf companies such as Artificial Turf Supply Commercial and Residential Division even sell special infill specifically made for people who are concerned about protecting the environment. One example is the Envirofill Infill, which employs several new types of infill technology to provide benefits to customers.
● Is safe for kids and for pets.
● Has built-in protection against mold, mildew and bacteria that can stain and damage lawns or
make people sick.
● Is completely non-toxic.
● Can reduce the temperature of an artificial grass field by up to 25 percent.
If you have never considered artificial turf before because of your concerns about the environmental impact of the infill, now is a great time to reconsider. New technology means that infill is safer and more environmentally-friendly than ever and brings even more benefits to homeowners.
Description: Choosing the right infill for your artificial grass can make your lawn more environmentally-friendly. Find out about the latest advances in infill for synthetic lawns.
- About the Ladybug
- Growing into Green
- Lucky Stuff
- No Gas Needed
- Lucky Times