The simplest and most attractive way to avoid this problem is to have plenty of greenery in your garden. A garden bed 60-100cm wide around these “hotspots” provides shelter to the fence, stopping the sun from reaching the fence, hence reducing reflection. These garden beds will also provide shade to your artificial lawn. Trees are also an environmentally friendly solution. By planting deciduous trees in your garden you’ll have shade in summer when it’s most needed and gentle winter sunlight in the cooler months.
Not only will you be protecting your synthetic grass, you’ll also be creating a cooler back yard and a people, pet and bird friendly environment. A shadier backyard will also reduce the temperature around your house, making your home a cool oasis in the middle of summer.
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