When it comes to artificial turf for your home or business, the installation is just as important as the artificial turf itself. If you choose the highest-quality turf available but don’t choose a team that can perform the necessary installation, you’re wasting your time and your money. The installation process at Ideal Turf ensures that your artificial turf is going to last.
Poor installation can impact the overall health of your lawn. Standing water, trapped debris, and even shifting artificial grass are all common issues found with incorrect installation. To show you why Ideal Turf is the right choice for your next artificial turf project, here’s how installation impacts the quality of your artificial turf.
Consistent, High-Quality Artificial Grass is Essential
First and foremost, you should select an artificial turf that’s consistent, even, and tailored specifically to your project. If you’re installing a backyard putting green, you don’t want to choose an inexpensive artificial turf that’s designed for large commercial projects. Choosing the right artificial turf for your project is the first step on the road to success.
Allowing Water to Pass Through
The artificial grass backing is perforated to allow water to pass through. Low-quality artificial grass may not have enough drainage holes to allow the water to pass through the surface, which can lead to pooling on your lawn. At Ideal Turf, we ensure that all drainage perforations are clear of obstructions to allow water to drain through to the sub-base.
As we mentioned, proper drainage is essential, that that doesn’t stop with the surface of your artificial turf. Ideal Turf uses rounded infill to allow superior drainage through to the sub-base. The rounded infill allows for even water flow through your artificial turf and away from your lawn. Other sub-base infills unevenly divert water and may actually trap water near the surface.
How to Recognize High-Quality Installation
It’s fairly obvious when you see an installation that isn’t done correctly. Some signs of incorrect installation include an uneven artificial turf surface, either due to leveling issues or incorrect turf measurements, as well as pooling water on the surface or directly beneath the surface. Incorrect installation may lead to even greater costs to repair damage in the future.
Ways to Use Artificial Turf
Ideal Turf has years of experience helping both home and business owners with their artificial turf projects. Some of our most recent projects include private backyard putting greens, beautiful indoor and outdoor corporate spaces, and entirely new lawns for homeowners in Fort Worth and the surrounding areas. If you’re tired of maintaining your lawn, it may be the time to switch to a stunning artificial turf lawn.
Whether you have a small artificial turf project or you’re looking to transform your entire lawn, the team at Ideal Turf can help. We’ve helped countless homes and businesses in the Dallas and Austin area, and we’re ready to help you with your next project.
To get started on your new artificial turf lawn, contact Ideal Turf today.