Yes. The initial cost is somewhat more expensive, but the cost in maintenance definitely makes up for that. There is some maintenance that needs to be done, but it is much less than what is needed for a grass field. With putting in a regular grass field, there is the expense of making sure that drainage will be adequate. Properly putting in a regular grass field can be almost as expensive as putting in a field with artificial turf. With new developments in artificial turf, it is almost the same as playing on grass. There is still disagreement about which is safer, with arguments on both sides.
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