What a great way to be water wise and have the best looking grass in town. Synthetic grass is a great option to cover areas that had grass before the drought, also high wear areas and areas that grass just won’t grow. It is lush, always green and is extremely low maintenance. It also does not have ants, pollens or bugs. In recent times Green Survival has seen a change in synthetic grass. It is no longer the product we all remember from years gone by that was coarse and not very user friendly. It now has a longer pile and is soft, looks like real grass and comes in many different colours.
Areas can have multiple uses by including chessboards and handball courts in your grass. Synthetic grass is being used for various purposes in both domestic and commercial environments right around the Brisbane, Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast regions. It’s frequently used for pool surrounds, entertainment areas and children’s playgrounds. When synthetic grass is used in a children’s playground Green Survival Landscapes ensures that it meets the strict guidelines set down to ensure maximum safety for the children.
All of the synthetic grass Green Survival Landscapes uses is manufactured using state of the art technology. It is UV stabilised to handle our harsh Australian sun thus preventing fading and deterioration. The synthetic grass we use is available in two materials, polyethylene and polypropylene. Grasses available can be a single blade or made using fibrillated technology which allows the blade to separate and mat together giving the grass a more realistic look. To ensure a more realistic look you can choose from grasses that have multiple blades of different colour variations and with the hint of brown grass added it can look almost exactly the same as freshly mown grass. While grass is being manufactured it has drain holes inserted to ensure water does not pool and deteriorate your grass. Grass can be laid on concrete, bitumen or a crusher dust base. Joins are specially sealed to ensure lifting and fraying is not a real problem as the grass settles into its new environment.