The first allergen concern with a natural lawn is being allergic to natural grass. Suppose your child or children are allergic to grass. In that case, artificial grass is a clear choice for giving your kids the opportunity to enjoy a childhood playing outside without all the negatives of an allergic reaction, such as itchy rashes, watery eyes, and running noses.
However, a grass allergy isn’t the only way synthetic turf can help. Artificial turf can reduce other allergens, such as seasonal allergies caused by pollen, as well as mold and mildew that can form in natural grass that doesn’t drain properly. In addition, as artificial grass reduces weeds and other unwanted plant life from your yard, it can drastically reduce the amount of pollen in your yard. Synthetic grass is also designed with proper drainage in mind to mitigate the problem of standing water and the concern of mold and mildew growth.