About Preston 93 Artificial Grass From Ideal Turf
Our lead-free synthetic grass is perfect for entertaining and outdoor spaces. Artificial lawns have come a long way from the shiny, rough, plastic of turf’s past. With advances in blade technology, infill, and synthetic lawn backing, artificial grass is the savvy homeowner’s solution to family-friendly, realistic yards. Thick and lush, with a combination of summer blend colored blades with green and tan colored thatch, and a pile height of 1.75” and 93 oz total weight density Preston 93 is the perfect artificial grass for lawns, landscapes, play-areas, and patios.
Benefits of Artificial Grass for Your Yard
Artificial grass has a lot of features and benefits that you simply will not find in natural grass lawns. Homeowners throughout Texas are switching to fake grass for backyard landscaping needs from ease of use to safety to family, pets, and the environment.
Artificial Grass is Low Maintenance
Natural grass requires a lot of time, equipment, and work to always look its best. Even then, there are a lot of factors that are simply out of your control. This is never the case with an artificial grass backyard. Artificial turf maintenance simply requires a little raking and rinsing off with water or a gentle cleanser once in a while.
Traditional grass requires chemicals, pesticides and other potentially harmful lawn care products. Artificial grass eliminates the need for these products. Our synthetic grass products are lead-free, and safe for you and your family.
Track Less Mud and Dirt Into Your Home
If Mother Nature is anything, it is dirty and muddy. This is one aspect of the outside that you would much rather stay outside. When you use artificial turf for your yard, you are eliminating the mud and dirt that comes with natural grass. With our Dual Flow turf drainage, your turf lawn will never fill up with water, puddles, or unsightly mud.
Good-Bye Bugs and Pests
One thing natural grass does well is attracting certain pests and bugs. There are a lot of different bugs and annoying little pests that like to make their homes in natural grass, but when these same pests come across synthetic grass, they move on to find the natural thing and leave your home alone.