Artificial Turf

Artificial turf with pets

Pet facilities have very rough clientele. Happy dogs are rowdy dogs— zooming around, wrestling with their four-legged best friends and always trying to dig their way towards an imaginary bone underground. Combine this with delicate live grass, and it’s downright disastrous. For a durable, low-maintenance solution that will keep your furry clients happy, artificial turf…

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putting greens backyard

A private golf course is a dream come true for many homeowners, golf fans or not. Installing a Pebble Beach putting green means you’re investing in relaxing weekends playing with your friends and family. If you’re planning to go pro, it provides you with unlimited practice opportunities. Rain or shine, the weather-resistant qualities of artificial…

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outdoor golf course

Given California’s gorgeous scenery and golden weather, installing a golf Pebble Beach putting green in your home is a wonderful idea. Imagine being able to practice your swings or play the game with your friends anytime, any day! However, some people still have hesitations when it comes to synthetic putting greens due to persistent misconceptions.…

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Landscapes look more attractive when added with healthy-looking lawn. If you can’t wait to see your yard clean and green, however, natural grass isn’t the best option. It is even more impractical to grow grass if you live in desert areas like Monterey. Consider installing artificial turf instead. From being a popular covering for football fields and…

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When artificial turf was first introduced in the Houston Astrodome in 1966, it was out of necessity. The stadium, which had opened the previous year, could not keep the field’s bermuda grass from dying. Fortunately, a product was being developed which solved the problem. Synthetic nylon grass was installed, and the rest is history. Beginning…

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Synthetic grass substitutes came to life, so to speak, in the early ’60s. They first gained renown when “Astroturf” was applied to the playing field of the Houston Astrodome. These early surfaces were hard and unforgiving. Athletes today cringe at the idea of playing on the original artificial grass. Today’s iterations are designed for specific…

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