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    It definately does heat up - but we're never outside barefoot if it's that hot (like 34+) anyway or we're out there in thongs with water guns

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    We just got out quote.. $11000!!!! For 80m2.. The grass itself was gorgeous very thick and natural looking but can't justify that price the grass itself was $135m2

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    That's crazy! No way I would spend that much.

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    Yep I agree - way too much... Thankfully we have a small backyard so it wasn't anywhere as expensive as that!

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    Be careful of what you pick, the really glossy one looks really fake in the sunlight. Also it can get mouldy patches in the winter so you might need to douse it with vinegar and scrub it. We have a roof top terrace with 250sqm of synthetic grass and it does heat up, probably needs more sand but is very hard under foot and not forgiving if kids fall over.

    ETA: ours is 11yrs old and previous owners never looked after it but it still looks ok, will be a long time before we can afford to replace it!


 

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