Selecting the right synthetic turf involves understanding your clients needs along with the turf characteristics, installation and maintenance procedures. FieldTurf Australia gives insight into the questions you should be asking to enhance the synthetic turf experience
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Choosing the right turf is one of the most crucial decisions that can be made as part of the synthetic turf experience. If done right, the turf will meet every need, stay strong against wearing and save lots of unwanted expenses in the future. Here are three questions that must be asked before purchasing synthetic turf:
What is the purpose of the synthetic turf?
Determine what exactly the synthetic turf will be used for. Are your clients looking to spend more family time relaxing in the backyard? Are pets in the equation? Or does your client enjoy playing soccer or basketball in the backyard? FieldTurf has the solution to all your outdoor needs
Sink into the lush, rich grass of the English Meadow synthetic turf, a soft surface that will provide comfort for all.
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When it comes to pets, the green summer-built Nomo Cool grass is a perfect long-term choice, backed by a ten-year warranty. The season-ready soft Summer Prestige grass is another favourite among pet-owners. These solutions are supplemented by PetFRESH infill which helps restrict odours emanating from a pet’s daily business.
If your client loves staying active, Backyard Pro’s firm footing and capacity to handle intense play will ensure activities can be carried out for years to come. Fancy a tennis court? The go-to option for tennis applications, Club 40 will be a perfect match.
Do I understand the installation and maintenance process?
A synthetic turf without a stable foundation is like an umbrella without a shaft. It is crucial that the understructure supports the surface for continued use and safety of the people walking, running and playing on it. The correct foundation will have a precisely installed drainage system that can draw water from the top surface to the bottom.
Sand infills are added to artificial grass to reinforce the integrity of the structure, avoid wearing and enhance the turf’s longevity. Generally, the more the infill, the more the safety.
Since synthetic turf does not require strong chemicals or mowing, the maintenance of these surfaces is less complicated compared to natural turfs. Although it varies from turf to turf, the most common way to ensure preservation is to clean the debris from trees.
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Should I consult an expert?
It is important to have a clear idea of what will be done on the synthetic turf. The clearer the instructions, the easier it will be for a supplier to offer a solution matching the needs of the project. Whether unsure about the surface or simply seeking clarification, the best way to ensure synthetic turf meets every need is to consult the team at FieldTurf Australia.
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