Well Known Companies That Switched to Artificial Grass

Disneyland

Disneyland Paris, Disneyland California and Disneyland Florida have all changed the grass inside the parks to artificial grass. This change in scenery will not only cut down the water usage throughout the park, but the daily maintenance costs will significantly decrease. The amount of people that attend the parks daily is in the thousands, so a lot of wear and tear will take its toll on natural grass. Artificial grass is able to withstand heavy foot traffic and any weather condition for years to come.

Chelsea Flower Show

In 2010, for the first time in the world famous gardening show’s history, artificial grass was included in one of the exhibits. For 148 years nobody had thought to use artificial grass in the show…That is until a designer named Tony Smith attended the event. In one of his designs, he placed artificial grass on the floor and stated that artificial grass had progressed over the years, and he did not mind putting his reputation on the line.

Playboy Mansion

Hugh Hefner’s Playboy mansion is known to host many legendary parties, which means his house has to look perfect everyday! He changed the Playboy mansion’s garden to artificial grass, which not only helps him save water due to the drought in California, but his garden will look pristine with little maintenance needed.

Wembley Stadium

Wembley Stadium is the largest stadium in England and the second largest in Europe, so it comes as no surprise it is home to numerous football finals and outdoor events. In 2010, Manchester United played Chelsea in the FA Cup Final and for the first time in history, they competed on a grass constructed from both artificial fibres and real grass.

Crufts

Crufts is the world’s largest dog show where dogs show off their talents, and aim to take home the gold medal! If you are worried your pets well not like artificial grass… Just remember all the dogs throughout the event loved it!

If you feel inspired and want to switch to artificial grass, call Nomow today.

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