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    What You Need To Know About Artificial Turf

    Artificial turf is developed to replace the natural grass in some sports courts. It is made of synthetic materials such as polymer, either nylon, polyethylene, or polypropylene. This artificial grass is mostly used today, it can be maintained easily, it needs no water, can be played on anytime and can last for years. Synthetic turf is used as an alternate floor for different games, usually for baseball, American football, field hockey and tennis.

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    Worry No More With Artificial Grass

    Every home owner dreams of having a beautifully landscaped garden, a healthy stretch of green and beautiful colours abound. Yet, the commitments and responsibilities of a homemaker and busy working parents are plenty that at times, the thought of having to do the extra load of attending to the garden seems to be a handful of extra load when that time can be used for rest and relaxation.

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    Avoid A Festival Style Washout This Summer

    Since the rise of the summer festival hype in the UK the main talking point is usually the quality of artists performances closely followed by poor weather, flooded tents and wellies covered in mud. Festivals such as Creamfields, Leeds and Reading have always been amongst the iconic summer festivals in which people forget the sun cream and swap it for an extra jumper.

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    How to Choose From the Types of Synthetic Grass

    Ever wonder what types of synthetic grass are available for consumers and businesses. We will give you a brief description of some of the most common types of Artificial Turf in the industry. We cover everything from home and pet turf, to sports and golf greens.

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    Astro Turf Undergoing A Renaissance

    When you hear the words astro turf a few images immediately spring to mind. Many people will associate it with their schooldays as it would very often be the playing surface used when taking part in activities such as hockey, football and cricket. They will also associate it with all those nasty grazes and marks you used to be left with after coming into contact with it.

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