Which type of artificial grass should I choose?
The right type of artificial grass for your garden
Which colour is right for your garden, depends on your personal preference, but also on the position of the garden. For a shady garden, it’s best to choose a light-coloured artificial grass as it brightens up the garden. You can evaluate the different colours and how they appeal to you at one of our show gardens or by requesting samples. Keep in mind that the effect of the colour is of course not as strong on a small scale as it is over a large surface.
Get the best advice
Artificial grass is always green, also in winter. This can look unnatural when you have little lasting green plants in your garden. For who now has a beautiful green lawn in winter? For example, we recommend the type of color used for Royal Grass® Silk25 when there is little lasting green present in your garden. At last, your lawn should not look unnatural. With more permanent green in your garden, you can opt for a brighter green type like Royal Grass® Deluxe or Exclusive 3.0. Our Authorized Dealers can give you an advice for the best suiting Royal Grass® quality for your location and surroundings.
How to compare types of Fake Grass?
Using fake grass can be a smart choice, but how to compare these different types of grass from various brands?
- First of all, look at the origin of the grass, is it from a trusted grass brand? If it is from an unknown source you better ask for some testing reports regarding sustainability.
- Of course you will compare prices of artificial grass. The best way to do this is to check the specification of the carpets and to make sure that you are comparing the products with the same properties like fiber weight per square meter/foot, quality of carpet backing, etc.
- Don’t only compare the fake grass prices, look at the price of ground preparation and fitting too. And most important, is the installer trained and familiar with installing?
- There are also different yarn types, we prefer/advise polyethylene which generally is softer than polypropylene and nylon.