You love your pet, of course, but do you also love the damage he causes to your lawn? How about the muddy paw prints on your freshly cleaned floor? If you are tired of the constant lawn maintenance and cleaning, you may want to consider a pet-friendly artificial lawn. Synthetic grass will continue looking beautiful and lush despite your pet’s best efforts.
Frustrated residents of Vancouver have become accustomed to the tell-tale signs of the European Chafer Beetle – dry and withered grass, brown patches defiling a once beautiful green lawn, unwelcome animals digging and ripping up the yard, and of course, the beetle larvae themselves present underneath the shriveled remains. Unfortunately, this infestation will only continue through 2017 and beyond despite attempts at European Chafer Beetle control and especially since it is an invasive species with no natural predators in the Vancouver area. The natural question Vancouver-Area residents are asking is, “how do I get rid of chafer beetles in my lawn?”
Grass is a common part of a modern lifestyle, whether you have a home with a personal yard, a business with green landscaping or own an athletic facility, grass can add to the enjoyment and aesthetic of an environment. One issue that arises with the use of natural grass it its affect on the environment. Though its naturally occurring, the ways in which we manicure and treat our lawns are not natural.
You can increase the value of your personal property through the addition of synthetic grass. Though this increased value is a matter of personal preference, the many benefits of synthetic grass allow you assurance in the added value. Beautify your lawn by switching to an alternative that ends up saving you much more than you may realize.