Monday, October 24, 2016

Doggie Grass Maintenance|Synthetic Grass

To remove poop from grass, just use your regular method for getting rid of solid pet liquid or excrement.

This might be a plastic bag or a pooper scoop. When you are finished removing the solid waste, hose down the appropriate section of grass.

Most pets have favorite places to relieve themselves, which makes pet urine removal simple as well.

Clean and hose down at least twice a week, keeping in mind they go everyday, usually to the same area.

We recommend that you keep a bottle of turf deodorizer nearby, this will allow you to avoid lawn stench with fast, regular treatments to the area.

Forever Green even has some clients that have separate sections designed especially for their pet. Gravel and dirt is the most used.

This is a great option for homeowners that do not want to pick up off the actual synthetic grass.

Pet grass is entirely different as in the installation so it is imperative that the deodorizer is applied to the base prep work. This is besides the barrier involved to aerate under the grass along with the infill.


Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Backyard & Front Artificial Grass Installation Information

Whether a yard is tightly cropped or has an even flow, its creates a neutral base that easily works with other landscape surfaces, such as wood and desert. In a minuscule setting, applied synthetic grass on soils that are gingerly prepared and leveled after being compacted to create a finished lawn that just about resembles carpet. Or use one of the excellent artificial grasses available from Forever Green; some species include faux dead thatch. It requires zero maintenance and it looks newly mowed.