A great alternative for both small and large landscapes wherever grass is currently used, Synthetic Turf is becoming increasingly popular for sports fields, golf courses, parks and public spaces as well as residential properties.

Synthetic landscape applications are found in both residential and commercial settings. In each instance, the benefits are the same: virtually maintenance free, lush, natural looking and feeling surfaces that accentuate any area, structure or setting.

Today's synthetic grass and artificial turf systems are solid, reliable, durable and deliver the kind of form and function that can enhance any project. With the look and feel, color and texture of some of the new generation of synthetic turf it has gained acceptance for many uses. Driven by need (low maintenance, draught tolerant, high traffic, water conserving), synthetic turf is now being adopted for use as more than a sports surface amenity it has now become another landscape option, much like other hardscape products, (pavers, decorative patio rock and custom concrete surfaces) to enhance and extend the livable area of residential and commercial properties.

Benefits are many - along with a lush, ever-green lawn, customers' enjoy less maintenance, repair and expense, too! It's the first lawn product that really delivers peace of mind; it can stand up to weather, traffic and challenging conditions; too much sun, shade, slope, rain or wind. Once installed this synthetic surface continues to provide return on investment, year after year all year long.

Benefits also include:

  • Synthetic turf grass can be a better solution when the environment is particularly hostile to natural grass. An arid environment or one where there is little natural light are great places for synthetic turf.
  • Synthetic turf grass pitches can last up to 10 years. That is much longer than natural turf, and their toughness makes them suitable for many uses.
  • Is aesthetically pleasing all the time fresh cut appearance.
  • Ideal for holiday homes when maintenance of lawns is not practical.It is also a solution for elderly homeowners who find the up keep of lawns too much hard work.
  • Needs no chemicals or fertilizer.
  • Can be cleaned, unlike mulch and shredded rubber.
  • Ideal for inaccessible locations where maintenance of lawns is not practical.
  • Suitable for roof gardens and swimming pool surrounds.
  • Synthetic turf grass can withstand significantly more use than natural grass and can therefore be used much more frequently, just as it allows sports ground owners to generate more income from their facilities.
  • Water conservation. (cities and water conservation organizations have begun realizing the value of artificial grass as a conservation measure. It uses less maintenance and less care. Anecdotal evidence suggests that residential applications are increasing rapidly in arid areas where water agencies have taken aggressive measures to limit outdoor water use. An example is the Southern Nevada Water Authority, which limits residential turf to no more than 50 percent of landscaped area, limits summer watering to alternate days, and has inclining rates. A recently completed synthetic turf study in the City of Anaheim, California, found that residential customers that retrofitted their natural turf with synthetic turf were quite satisfied with the result [mainly due to reduced maintenance and bugs]. The Anaheim Pilot Study estimated the cost of saved water to be $7,000 per acre-foot [savings were derived using engineering estimates, not billed data]).