If placed correctly, synthetic grass provides exceptional drainage even if it rains for an extended period of time. Another important thing to note is that artificial grass doesn't slip when it's wet. With water gliding through these tiny fibers, the grass is constantly air-dried to prevent it from slipping and slipping. A team can easily run and play on the grass and avoid any unpleasant falls.
In addition, the lack of dirt means that there will be no mud for players to get stuck in their legs or arms. This feature allows players to run, jump and cut relatively easily as they would on a dry field without losing speed. A great advantage of synthetic grass is that it offers excellent drainage even when the weather is humid and wild for an extended period of time. There is no risk of large pools of water forming and staying there the way they can in natural grass areas.
Between the artificial grass and the soil layer, we recommend using a geotextile to prevent weeds from growing on the grass. This is not normal, as the backrest of the lawn protects weeds that grow. But, from time to time, they can grow through lawn drainage holes, and a geotextile will prevent this from happening. Smart and concerned homeowners have stepped forward, and many of them have replaced their water-greedy natural grass lawns with artificial grass.
With the right drainage and infill material, an artificial grass lawn can withstand several centimeters of rain in a short period of time. Part of the reason artificial grass works so well as a playing field and alternative to grass is its ability to help drain excess water, preventing puddles and large areas of standing water from forming.