Australian weather is a shifting combination of moderate levels of cool and hot. It moves its seasons changing from winter to summer. The ocean has a lot to do with this climate, softly changing temperatures as local weather transitions from January to July. This gentle shift with no extreme, sudden changes makes switching to synthetic grass a prudent decision.
Synthetic grass makes your spaces look truly lush and restful.
For Melbourne household yards, it will mean less time to mow and tame the yard. Less use of the mower, less fuel consumption, more time to do the things you like. Grow a vegetable garden, watch more television, fix the odds and ends lined up in the garage. You would have more time to hang out and appreciate the less demanding greenery.
For schools and commercial properties, a vibrant looking space invites confidence in dealings with clients, parents and business associates. Using synthetic grass will not only keep your green spaces looking lush and green but save you water, too. Maintaining synthetic grass in Sydney is quite easy except when there are pets involved. Hosing down the area once or twice a week should be enough to clean your artificial grass. If properly maintained, your synthetic grass in Sydney weather should last 20 years give or take, depending on foot traffic. Water bill, down. Maintenance cost, down. Emissions from mower, pesticides and fertilizers, down.
Synthetic grass is an attractive addition to any surface that proves problematic for growing real grass. Large areas where little feet play can be perfect for synthetic grass installation. There will be fewer insects and pests as this is not their natural habitat. There is also less worry if your child likes to play in the rain as there will be no muddy feet to track your beautifully tiled floor.
For bigger terrains like playgrounds and football fields, synthetic grass will hardly have dips or bumps that might cause slips and falls. It drains and dries faster than regular grass. On hot sunny days it can be hotter than normal but why would children play in such hot weather, best to have it cool down a bit.