Over the past decade artificial grass has improved significantly and it is fast-becoming part of our everyday lives, with more and more homeowners switching to this handy alternative. However, with so much improvement, have we hit the breaking point to what artificial grass can offer or can we expect more from this low-cost solution? Putting things into perspective, let's take a look at a few different ‘future' features that could become a reality in the decades to come.
Green Cars (And Homes?)
No, we don't mean managing to eliminate fuel pollution entirely, although I certainly wouldn't rule it out, we mean cars covered from head to toe in fake grass. While this has been done before, it definitely isn't something we see every day, but with artificial turf becoming more like a fashion accessory for homes in the neighbourhood, you could be driving away with the next luscious, green grass vehicle!
But, why stop at cars? Houses need their fair share of greenery too and what better way to add a touch of nature to your home than by covering it fake grass bar the windows and doors of course! Not only would the rain slide right off, it would also be ideal in the summer and would be your very own greenery display! Hmm... okay we are getting slightly carried away here; let's wait for the green cars to hit the streets first!
Again, another concept that has been tried and tested before could become a regular occurrence in the future, especially for those who favour their floral life yoga sanctuary! Not only does it help to liven up the appearance of any room in the home, it can also be used in a number of different ways i.e. flooring, walls or even coasters if you fancy! Yep, I think it's fair to say that with the rise in unique uses of artificial grass, greater focus on the interior decorating side of things could definitely be a possibility!
With a few stadiums already making use of artificial sports surfaces, I think sports will 100% benefit from this technology in the future. Not only is it extremely durable and resilient to all kinds of wear and tear, it is also light and soft and eliminates the issue of dry muddy patches which could be cause for injury in sports like football and rugby. In addition, due to its low maintenance promise, up to half the time put into preserving the pitch's quality and playability could be spent elsewhere; although you'll probably need to replace the pitch more often than if you had it in the garden, it's definitely a worthwhile investment that many stadiums would benefit from.
These are just three ways that artificial grass could be used in the future. However, if you are in need of artificial grass for your lawn right here in the present, then do not hesitate to get in touch! Our full range of quality turfs can be viewed on our website, but for any questions or queries, do not hesitate to get in touch!