ARTIFICIAL TURF MAINTENANCE
Did you know that your artificial grass requires maintenance at least once a year?
This helps to keep your turf clean, hygienic and looking like the day it was installed.
Artificial turf seam repair refers to the process of fixing or mending a seam, or a line where two pieces of artificial turf are joined together, that has become damaged or separated. This can be caused by a variety of factors such as UV exposure, heavy traffic, or incorrect use of cleaning supplies.
Artificial turf grooming refers to the process of maintaining and caring for artificial turf surfaces to ensure they remain in good condition and continue to look and perform like natural grass. The goal of grooming is to keep the turf fibers upright, remove debris, and redistribute any infill material that may have become compacted over time.
Infill topdressing is a technique used to add infill material to an artificial turf surface. Infill is a material, such as sand or rubber, that is spread between the fibers of artificial turf to provide support, stability, and a more natural look. Topdressing refers to the process of adding a layer of infill material on top of an existing artificial turf surface.
Stone Base Remediation
Artificial turf stone base remediation refers to the process of addressing issues with the underlying stone base of an artificial turf surface. A stone base, also known as a crushed stone base or road base, is a layer of crushed stones that is installed beneath the artificial turf to provide a stable and level foundation for the turf to sit on.
Cleaning artificial turf is an important part of maintaining its appearance and longevity. The frequency of cleaning will depend on the amount of usage the turf receives, as well as the environment in which it is located.