Artificial grass is becoming extremely popular in Jacksonville. It is attractive, can increase property value, and offers several benefits to homeowners and commercial property owners alike. Known for it's durability and low maintenance advantages, it can be used in a variety of applications such as:
Landscaping: artificial turf is a great option for landscaping because it is low maintenance and does not require watering or mowing. It can also be used in areas that are difficult to grow grass, such as shady areas or steep slopes.
Lawns: artificial grass lawns area a great choice for residential and commercial because it is durable and there are many materials for different applications and traffic volume. It is also a good choice for those who have allergies to grass pollen, as artificial turf does not produce pollen.
Playgrounds: artificial turf is a safe surface for kids on playgrounds as well as pets. It is shock absorbent, which helps to protect children from falls. It is also non-toxic and safe for children and pets to play on.
Sports fields: artificial turf installation is a popular choice for sports fields because it allows for year-round playability and provides a consistent playing surface. For large fields, cost savings from water maintenance are significant and offset the installation cost for years to come. Learn more about synthetic grass sports fields.
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How Much Does Artificial Grass Cost?
The total cost for an artificial grass installation ranges greatly from $10 to $25 per square foot (materials and labor). This depends on several factors such as the size of your project and the material chosen.
Each project is different, and may require different design requirements, excavation, site access and of course, different material selection. It's impossible to set a fixed price, so to get a custom tailored solution to your project, it's best to have a call with us
Synthetic Grass for Residential and Commercial
Artificial Turf Installation
Artificial turf is a versatile and smart option for residential lawns and landscape areas as well as commercial spaces, both indoor and outdoor. The installation process requires a few layers, leveling and sloping the ground correctly, placing infill, and securing the turf layer. To top it off, a large brush roller is used to give the turf surface a more natural look.
It's a great choice for those who are looking for an eco-friendly solution, as it does not require the use of pesticides or herbicides. It also eliminates the need for fertilizers, which can run off into local water sources and pollute them.
Compared to natural grass, synthetic grass saves you a lot of money from monthly water and irrigation costs, as well as maintenance such as lawn mowing. With average turf lawns lasting 10 years or more, you save thousands of dollars, which greatly outweigh the installation costs. Call us to get started with your artificial lawn installation.
A backyard putting green is a great way to enjoy the game of golf in your own backyard. They can be used for practice, or for playing a round with friends and family. Putting greens can be made from a variety of materials and colors. Take advantage of the Florida weather and you will be able to putt on your turf all season long. Artificial turf putting greens are attractive, low maintenance, and easy to maintain that clean look. They provide a consistent surface that is perfect for practicing your putts. They can be installed on any level surface, making them ideal for backyards and patio areas. When choosing a synthetic turf material, it is important to select a product that is specifically designed for golf. There are many different types of artificial turf on the market, but not all of them are suitable for putting greens. We'll hep you select the material that has a thick pile and a soft backing.
This will ensure that your ball rolls smoothly and doesn’t bounce or roll off the green. So when you're ready to start your project, our artificial grass installer will be excited to create a turf putting green that meets your vision.
A quality artificial grass installation is composed of a variety of different layers: the turf material layer itself, infill, barrier for weed protection, compacted base, and native soil, which is compacted as well.
We install from the bottom up. To prepare the ground and foundation, the native soil is compacted using heavy machinery so that it is a stable base. On top of that is a careful mixture of gravel and sand, which will allow for drainage.
On top of the compacted base gravel is the weed barrier, followed by the turf and infill. Infill is distributed evenly over the entire turf area and protects the synthetic grass by providing structural support to the blades of grass while still adding cushion. By working with us to install your grass, you can be sure that your synthetic grass area will be durable and usable for many years.
The total cost for an artificial turf installation typically ranges from $10 to $25 per square foot. But each project varies tremendously and it is impossible to have set price. Call us and we'll give you a custom price based on your project requirements and final material chosen.
How do you install turf?
These include measuring the area and removing any old stuff from it so that only smooth soil remains at first glance. Then comes laying down each layer by hand or with heavy machinery until everything has set enough for traffic flow. Next is compacting the ground which helps make sure water drains properly.
Can I DIY turf myself?
There are several important steps, such as ensuring proper slope drainage that can be difficult to do on your own. To get the best longevity and proper installation, we always recommend hiring someone that has a lot of experience installing artificial turf.
What are the cons to turf?
Artificial turf installation is an investment that can be costly. Not all materials are created equal, and the higher quality ones will cost you extra money upfront but it's worth considering for water savings alone—you'll eliminate the need for mowing.