Are you tired of spending all of your time and money taking care of your grass only to have it turn brown or become covered in weeds and other invasive plants? If so, you are not alone as Dubai homeowners everywhere face the same problem season after season and many look for a solution but don’t often find one.

Maze Grass, the leader in artificial grass has the solution for brown, dead or splotchy lawns. Artificial grass has been used for years by sports stadiums, businesses and homeowners who want the look and feel of real grass without the time-consuming effort and added expense normally associated with it.

Artificial grass has many benefits over real grass that homeowners should know about. From less expense, to less maintenance, here are 5 benefits of artificial grass:

Less expensive

Artificial grass is much less expensive to install than real grass and there is no waiting for it to grow or root itself to your lawn. You don’t have to mow it, feed it, treat it or water it which saves money as well.

Low maintenance

With artificial grass not being a real plant, there is very little maintenance involved to keep it looking healthy and green. No watering, no weed prevention and no mowing saves both time and money.

Hygienic

Artificial grass is healthier than real grass as it does not harbor bugs or other harmful things that could make you or your children sick. There is also no mud with artificial grass which means it will remain cleaner, longer and reduce the risk of mold and mildew.

Damage-resistant

Artificial grass is more durable than real grass meaning that you don’t have to be as cautious when playing outside or entertaining guests. Your pet won’t dig holes in it, your children won’t pull clumps of grass and your outdoor furniture won’t leave marks.

Endless possibilities

Another benefit of artificial grass is that you have endless possibilities for installation. You are in control of where you place it, not nature and you can choose shady or full sunlight areas and have a rich, full lawn all year long!

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