Plastic grass in Florida is a great option for landscaping purposes. It eliminates typical lawn care issues and gives major curb appeal. But, does it work as well as it looks? Artificial lawns can withstand children playing, animals rough housing, and so much more. And, they can withstand extreme weather. Here’s how:
While plastic grass in Florida is built to mimic real grass, it doesn’t absorb water in the same fashion. Rather, the material Southwest Green uses helps water run off. This keeps water pooling on top and causing a variety of other issues pertaining to bugs. Some water will still absorb, but the majority of runoff will head out to streets, storm drains, and other more convenient areas.
Edging is key when it comes to synthetic lawn installation. This “seals the deal” and can prevent you from having further issues when it comes to heavy rains and high wind speeds. Our edging is properly constructed in a multitude of styles that remain aesthetically pleasing while ensuring the quality of the job. Proper edging allows for better integrity of your artificial lawn.
When the rain comes down – especially when paired with the wind – erosion can wash away your natural lawn. However, a professionally installed synthetic lawn won’t do that. This means a storm can come through, and you can still have a beautiful yard with no worry.
Give your landscape the proper finish it needs with plastic grass in Florida. A clean look is easy to achieve when working with Southwest Greens! So, give us a call to discuss how synthetic grass is right for you.