Synthetic Turf Maintenance have a team of maintenance specialists who all share the same dedication so that customers get the most out of their synthetic grass surface.
Ongoing maintenance is a very important part of the lifetime of your artificial turf to ensure that factors such as usability, aesthetics and drainage of the turf don’t decrease. If maintenance is not carried out efficiently this may have a negative effect on your surface and a badly maintained surface and prove to be a costly process.
Some companies offer a more “band aid” solution, however Synthetic Turf Maintenance encourage our customers to be proactive and choose a preventative package so that you can be at rest and worries eliminated so that you don’t need emergency maintenance. However, we do understand that this is not to some of our customer’s preference so remember that we can fix wear and tear too with corrective maintenance.
If ‘in house’ brushing of the synthetic turf is not completed frequently this may mean that the sand infill could disperse to high wear areas leaving some parts of the grass not sanded enough. In turn, this would decrease the support of the carpet and causes the synthetic grass to flatten which could lead to an increase in carpet wears and severely decrease the lifetime of the product.Preventative Maintenance
Contamination of the synthetic turf surface such as silica dust, dirt/debris, vegetation and broken down carpet fibre can cause contamination in the surface. This needs removing through various maintenance strategies, especially if they are left for a long period of time this can damage the infill and make draining the turf impossible (not something you want to be doing in the winter with the heavy rainfall!).
Moss and weeds can grow if the turf is not looked after properly which may be a health and safety risk as there may be a slipping hazard. This usually occurs around the corners and edges of the artificial grass but when the surface is first installed moss and algae would have great difficulty growing so it is therefore crucial to maintain your synthetic turf surface to keep your pitch looking as good as new to discourage any vegetation. Atmospheric waste such as leaves, shoes and pollution will contaminate the surface, read more on this by browsing to preventative maintenance.
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We are sure that we don’t need to convince you anymore that artificial turf preventative and corrective maintenance is necessary for you but if you are still on the side-lines here are the key facts:
If you fail to maintain your artificial grass, this can lead to many problems including: