Why do many new sports fields prefer artificial grass from Synthetic Grass Pros?

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I recently learned that so many sports have chosen artificial grass for their playing areas instead of regular grass. The reasons are simple —and make a lot of sense. 

First, according to the history books, artificial grass came to the forefront of American sports in 1996 when it was installed in the Astrodome in Houston, Texas.  The need for an alternative to natural grass became evident. Organic surfaces could not withstand the day-to-day impact of athletes competing in high-traffic sports such as football, baseball, and soccer.

To solve this dilemma, artificial grass fiber rolls were laid out to form a tough, durable layer that held up well under extreme athletic and environmental conditions. 

Soon it was discovered that the artificial grass was suitable for all sports events, and artificial grass became popular almost overnight.

Experts say that today there are more than 11,000 baseball, football, soccer, and various other fields that feature artificial grass. Approximately 1,300 new installations occur annually. Now little leaguers all the way to pro veterans benefit from artificial grass season after season. 

And when one considers the money saved on watering and maintenance with artificial grass compared to regular grass, it’s a real winner for schools and teams. Give the sports field experts at Synthetic Grass Pros a call and let therm show you the many choices one has for sport fields with todays beautiful, long lasting artificial grass. The Grass Queen