Opting for Artificial/ Synthetic Grass

Artificial turf was introduced in the 1960s as a low-maintenance alternative to live lawns. However, it didn't gain much popularity due to its fake appearance. But now, with advancements in technology, artificial turf looks and feels more like real grass than ever before. Its replicative qualities and consistent appearance year-round have made it a growing trend in recent times.

Uses And Applications

Artificial or synthetic grass has a wide range of uses and applications due to its versatility and low-maintenance nature. Some common uses of artificial grass include:

  1. Residential lawns: Homeowners often install artificial grass in their front or backyards to create a lush and green lawn that requires minimal upkeep, saving time and effort on lawn care.
  2. Commercial landscapes: Artificial grass is commonly used in commercial landscapes, such as office complexes, hotels, and shopping centers, to create attractive outdoor spaces that are inviting and require minimal maintenance.
  3. Sports fields: Synthetic grass is widely used in sports fields, including soccer fields, football fields, and golf courses, due to its durability, consistent playing surface, and ability to withstand heavy use.
  4. Playgrounds: Artificial grass is a popular choice for playgrounds as it provides a soft and safe surface for children to play on, reducing the risk of injuries from falls.
  5. Pet areas: Artificial grass is ideal for creating pet-friendly areas, such as dog runs and pet play areas, as it is resistant to pet waste, easy to clean, and doesn't develop mud or holes.
  6. Rooftop gardens and balconies: Artificial grass can be used to create green spaces in urban environments, such as rooftop gardens and balconies, where natural grass may not be feasible due to space or maintenance limitations.
  7. Indoor spaces: Artificial grass is sometimes used in indoor spaces, such as indoor sports facilities, gyms, or event venues, to create a natural-looking and low-maintenance landscape.
  8. Decorative and creative uses: Artificial grass can be used creatively in various ways, such as accenting walls, creating green walls, or adding a touch of nature to interior design projects.

Overall, the uses and applications of artificial or synthetic grass are diverse, ranging from residential lawns to commercial landscapes, sports fields, playgrounds, pet areas, rooftop gardens, indoor spaces, and creative installations. Its low-maintenance nature and versatility make it a popular choice for a wide range of projects.

Synthetic and Artificial Turf Products

We use primarily Daytona Synthetic Grass for our installations.

The most popular turf we install is Daytona 60 and Daytona 80.

Daytona 60

Daytona 60

Product Specifications

  • Color: Field and Fescue green with brown thatch
  • Manufacturer’s Warranty: 10 years
  • Yarn Type: Polyethylene
  • Face Weight: 60 oz
  • Total Weight: 86 oz
  • Pile Height: 1 1/2”

Daytona 80

Product Specifications

  • Color: Field and Fescue green with brown thatch
  • Manufacturer’s Warranty: 10 years
  • Yarn Type: Polyethylene
  • Face Weight: 80 oz
  • Total Weight: 106 oz
  • Pile Height: 1 3/4”

The Benefits Of Going Artificial

Real grass requires significant maintenance, including watering, feeding, and regular mowing, which can be time-consuming. In contrast, synthetic grass requires minimal maintenance and has a lifespan of up to 25 years. Synthetic grass is customizable, allowing you to choose from different colors, textures, and blade lengths. It is also eco-friendly as it is made from recycled materials. With synthetic grass, you can enjoy a lush green space all year round without the hassle of lawn care. For synthetic grass needs, consider choosing Scottsdale Company.