What is Artificial Grass?

Originally, artificial grass surfaces where manufactured purely for commercial use on sports fields, pitches and sports stadium, they had a short pile and they were very abrasive, often causing injuries to players similar to that of carpet burn.

These original surfaces required an infill; usually sand, the modern day equivalent now commonly uses recycled rubber. These surfaces are often incorrectly referred to as AstroTurf, although this was the name and trademark of a particular brand.

The main benefit of this type of surface was that they were hard wearing and they significantly reduced the amount of maintenance that was required compared with a natural grass playing field.

Modern day Artificial Grass

The manufacturing process and technology used to create artificial surfaces has advanced dramatically since the 1960s; reducing manufacturing costs, creating a more natural looking product and increasing quality.

Maze Grass has numerous benefits including its great look, soft lush authentic pile that never requires mowing, is low maintenance and is ideal to use in gardens with pets and children and has many more uses.

Maze Grass artificial grass is also made for easy self intallation, allowing a painless, quick, easy installation.