The Benefits of Artificial Grass for Your Home [INFOGRAPHIC]

backninegreensJanuary 29, 2018Artificial Grass Kids Pets Water Reservation

If you still have natural grass in your home’s yard, you likely don’t know what you are missing. Artificial grass provides a great number of benefits including being durable, cost-effective, and environmentally friendly. The following infographic courtesy of Back Nine Greens will show you why artificial grass is the best option for your home. Contact Read More

Turf And Pets Are A Match Made In Heaven

backninegreensJanuary 25, 2018Artificial Grass Pets

Our pets love to play in the yard, but it’s not always the best thing for them. In some ways, a yard can be a dangerous place for a pet. By the same token, pets cause a world of trouble for your yard. How do we give our companion animals the free range time they Read More

Artificial Grass Can Keep Your House Cleaner

backninegreensJanuary 5, 2018Artificial Grass

There are many great reasons for installing artificial turf. It keeps your lawn gorgeously green all year, and you never have to fertilize, use pesticides, or worry about how much water your yard is getting. One reason you might not have considered, though, is this: artificial grass keeps your house cleaner. Pets are wonderful companions, Read More

Safety Tips for Artificial Grass and Fire pits

backninegreensDecember 21, 2017Artificial Grass

There’s nothing quite like a fire pit on a winter night. It’s a cozy spot for friends to gather, talking, laughing, and maybe roasting some marshmallows. On the other hand, a fire pit also invites quiet contemplation, sitting alone and fire gazing. If you have artificial turf, you can certainly have a fire pit, and Read More

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Artificial Turf Means Never Having to Say Let’s Winterize

backninegreensDecember 10, 2017Artificial Grass Putting Greens

Few things are a bigger source of pride for a homeowner than a beautiful green lawn. Of course, having a yard that’s the envy of the block and the pride of the neighborhood association takes work. You’ve got to mow, and weed, test the soil and fertilize, and continually fight one pest or another intent Read More