Up to 15° cooler than standard turf in direct sunlight.
It’s the summer of 2015, and the state of California has declared a water emergency. For years you’ve had the nicest lawn on the block, but now you won’t be able to water it like you need to. As the weeks pass, your lawn becomes more and more brown with no relief in sight. What is a man to do? Will you risk getting a ticket to get your lawn back to the glory days? What alternative do you have to natural grass?
Artificial grass has come a long way from its dark early days. Everyone remembers that cheap looking turf that people would put on their patios back in the 60s and 70s. And who doesn’t remember the Astro Dome! Turf back then was more like a green carpet than real grass. It wasn’t anything a person would use as an eco-friendly alternative to natural grass. Over the years, manufacturers have been designing and retooling fake grass so that it looks and performs just like the real thing.
Modern artificial turf is not just used for landscaping but is also used as flooring in gyms, doggy daycares, as playground flooring, for putting greens and much more. Our artificial grass is available in rolls and tiles, and most can be installed indoors and out. Installation of our synthetic grass depends on the application, and maintenance typically consists of using a broom or hose to clean off any dirt, scat or mud.