Artificial Grass FAQ’s
This is probably the most commonly asked question regarding artificial turf. In short, yes, artificial turf is 100% safe. It’s safe for people, pets, and the environment (since there’s no need for fertilization or other dangerous chemicals to maintain it).
Yes. We are an insured, bonded, and licensed artificial turf installation service composed of professional installers who have 25 years of experience in the industry. We offer free consultations, and our dedicated staff is committed excellence.
To answer this question, it helps to look at the downsides of regular grass: it’s muddy, infested with insects, and requires constant maintenance. Artificial turf eliminates all of these problems, and looks a lot nicer as well. Trust us when we say, there’s no better feeling than knowing that you’ll never need to trim or fertilize your grass again!
An average sized lawn usually requires an installation time of two to three days. For larger projects, including athletic fields, installation may take a little more time. For a more accurate quote regarding installation time, be sure to contact us..
The great thing about cleaning dead leaves from artificial lawns is that it requires the same tools needed for cleaning regular lawns. These include vacuums, blowers, rakes, or any other tool that you might use to keep your regular grass clean.
Artificial turf is a grass-like cover used to mimic the appearance of regular grass. It can be used commercially – on athletic fields or playgrounds – or residentially – replacing regular lawns with artificial turf. It’s prime benefits include less maintenance, fewer bugs, and greater safety. Plus, many homeowners agree that it offers much more aesthetic appeal compared to traditional lawns.
Today’s artificial turf contains built-in drainage layers designed to discourage the accumulation of water. You won’t even notice a difference in drainage between your artificial turf and regular grass.
Our artificial turf is designed to provide customers with the utmost visual appeal. Not only does our turf look like regular grass, but it also feels like regular grass. If you’re someone who enjoys your grass, but you’re tired of doing yard work, you’re a prime candidate for artificial turf.