- In-fill grasses have a weighted material on top to weigh the grass down and to help it stay vertical.
- Non in-fill grasses do not need material added on top and are instead pinned down.
- Sports grass is longer in length, and has an extra in-fill to support players running around on it.
- Hybrid grass is a mixture of real grass and fake grass, stitched alongside each other.
Fact: 1 in 4 Homes Now Have Artificial Grass
Artificial grass is a surface made from synthetic fibres, made to look like natural grass. It’s trendy in arenas for sports, as well as commercial and residential lawns. But, how much do you really know about artificial grass? Fake grass is made in a very similar process as carpet… In a very basic way, artificial grass is like an outdoor carpet, except it has the ability to allow water to drain through it. It’s produced in carpet factories too, because the stitching and threading of the plastic fibres is so similar. The majority of artificial grass terms are described in carpet measurements too. There are four different types of artificial grass… Artificial grass and installation comes in different varieties: in-fill, non in-fill, sports and hybrid.