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These days, whenever you look around, it can be tough to tell the difference between artificial grass and real grass. We’re getting more and more calls to install artificial grass in the front or back of homes as well as sporting arenas.

If you’re ready to toss away all your time and lawn care tools in exchange for an artificial lawn, call us today for a free consultation. We’re the pros at synthetic grass installation.

Artificial Turf For Your Home

Keeping a lawn in tip-top shape requires a lot of ongoing work and money. Weekly mowing, reseeding, irrigation systems, and fertilization are all needed to keep grass looking well-kept, green, and full. And sometimes, even with all of the necessary maintenance, a lawn still ends up looking spotty or brown.

If you’re sick of trying to maintain your commercial or residential lawn and want a better alternative, it’s time to consider artificial turf.

Artificial turf is low maintenance, cost-effective, and boosts curb appeal.

At Artificial Turf USA, we handle jobs large and small – from batting cages to residential yards. If you’re thinking of having artificial turf installed, here’s what you need to know.

What are the Benefits of Artificial Turf?

There are many benefits to using synthetic grass. It’s an excellent solution for homeowners struggling to keep up with their lawn or business owners who want to enhance their curb appeal and save on maintenance costs.

Here are some of the other benefits of having artificial turf installed.

No watering, reseeding, fertilizer, or pesticides needed. If you’re looking for low maintenance, this is the way to go. With artificial turf, you’ll no longer have to worry about buying products to keep your grass looking good.

Artificial grass stays green all the time. If you want your business or residential lawn to always look amazing, artificial grass installation is a great choice.

No more mowing. Whether you paid someone to mow your lawn or you did it yourself, you can be free of this chore once your synthetic turf is installed. As an added bonus, you’ll no longer have to own or maintain a lawnmower.

Doesn’t get muddy. If you’re wondering why artificial turf is used so often in sports complexes, this is it. Synthetic turf doesn’t get muddy or as slippery as natural grass does. This makes it a much safer option for sports players.

Some other benefits of artificial grass include:

Great drainage

Cool to the touch (even on hot days)

Looks real

Enhanced curb appeal

Types of Artificial Grass

There are many artificial grass types, and the kind that’s right for you depends upon the application and your budget. For instance, some artificial turf is specially designed for golf courses or soccer fields, while other types are great for residential lawns.

Almost all artificial turf is made out of one of these three materials:

Nylon – Nylon is very strong and stiff. It’s generally the most expensive type of synthetic turf but also lasts the longest. The downside is that nylon, on its own, doesn’t look natural. It’s often mixed with other materials to increase their strength and present a more natural look.

Polyethylene – Artificial turf made of polyethylene is most commonly used in residential areas. This artificial grass has a softer feel and a more natural look.

Polypropylene – Polypropylene is the least expensive artificial turf material but also the least durable. On its own, it doesn’t last long. It can, however, be incorporated into a blend with other materials.

Aside from material, artificial turf comes in different pile heights and thicknesses.

At Artificial Turf Distributors, we can help you narrow down the best artificial turf options based on your needs.

What Else to Consider When Choosing Artificial Grass

Artificial turf can feel like a significant investment initially, so it’s wise to take your time and make sure you’re choosing the right type.

Here are some more considerations to make:

Indoor vs. Outdoor Turf – If you own a sports facility and want to make it safer for your athletes, you can have artificial turf installed over any existing concrete floors. The turf will act as a buffer between the concrete and the athletes.

Since artificial turf doesn’t get muddy, it’s also great to use outdoors.

DIY vs. Professional Installation – It is possible to DIY your artificial grass, but it’s not advisable if you have a large yard or sports arena.

There are several steps when it comes to turf installation. The area you’re laying turf on needs to be level, a base with edges needs to be created, and you’ll need to seam the sections of turf you’re connecting – just to name a few.

While having turf professionally installed is an added cost, it protects your investment and ensures that your turf is installed quickly and correctly. If you opt for professional installation, we can install turf for your batting cages, sports arenas, and even your residential lawn.

How Long the Turf will Last – It may seem like a good idea to opt for the lowest price turf, but that’s not always true. When choosing your turf, you need to factor in how long it will last. On average, our artificial turf products last 20-25 years.

Average Costs of Turf and Installation -The average cost of turf installation varies widely depending on the type of turf you’re interested in, the size of the area you need covered, and how much prep work needs to be done.

Need more Help?

If you’re considering artificial turf but need more help, give us a call. We can help you choose the right product and schedule installation for you.

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We don’t just sell synthetic grass and grass products. We’re quickly becoming one of the nation’s leading artificial turf installation experts. No project is too small or too big. Call us today and let’s talk about your needs.

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Call us today and let’s talk about your commercial artificial turf project today. You’ll love our results.