When you’re considering artificial grass, it’s important to factor in the amount of expected foot traffic. For some customers, their artificial grass is for aesthetic purposes and is rarely walked on. For others, the grass gets heavy use every day. Most folks are somewhere in between. Choosing a grass that can handle the appropriate amount of foot traffic is key to ensuring you get the most enjoyment and longest life from your artificial grass installation.
Low-traffic grasses are those that are intended to be installed largely for aesthetic purposes. These grasses can be walked on but, in general, any activity more substantial than walking should be avoided.
Medium-traffic grasses include many of the most popular grasses we sell. These are grasses designed for everyday use.
High-traffic grasses can stand up to just about anything – dogs, kids, sports and playground activities.
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