1. How much will it cost to make the switch to synthetic grass?
Estimates vary for installing synthetic grass because the price depends on many factors such as size, shape of installation, etc. In order to give a fair price to everyone, we don’t have a set price per square foot and we prefer to price each installation individually. However, in many cases, clients find that choosing synthetic turf can be cheaper than natural grass over the life of the product. And to help facilitate the decision, we provide written, no-obligation quotes and consultation services, helping clients determine what type of synthetic grass is best for their property.
2. Can I have synthetic turf install done in just a small area?
Absolutely. Whole lawns, partial lawns, or just a tiny corner of your garden are all possible options for you. We offer the same level of service on all our jobs, regardless of how large or small they may be.
3. Can I have the artificial lawn supplied and install it myself?
If you’re comfortable with doing it yourself, or have landscaping experience, there’s no reason not to install it yourself. We’ll even provide instructions. For the faint of heart, remember our installation services come with a three-year warranty
4. Do you provide any ongoing maintenance after installation?
Ask us about our Power Broom Service. Performed annually, this professional brush-up will keep your artificial grass looking and feeling amazing for years to come.
5. Will I have to perform routine maintenance on my own?
A monthly brushing is recommended to keep your artificial lawn looking its best, in addition to an annual cleaning. If leaves or other organic matter fall on your synthetic grass, they should be removed as well. Occasionally, a weed might grow through the drainage holes in your new lawn. This is normal, and such weeds can be removed or treated with weed killer the same way you would do for a live lawn.
6. What about cleaning up after pets?
If you have pets, you’ll need to remove any droppings, just like you would on a natural lawn. You’ll also want to do a quick rinse of the area with a hose. The artificial grass material itself won’t absorb any stains, smells or moisture.
If you’re allergic to grass, the answer lies in synthetic grass. Some climates are conducive to allergies, but our turf doesn’t carry the pollen-producing weeds and plants that allergy sufferers dread. Many of those who do suffer from allergies find they’re much improved following their synthetic grass installation.