Thinking about artificial grass for your garden, indoor spaces, business or event? Or are you considering joining the Turfgrass professional network? We understand that you might have some questions.
How is artificial grass made?
At Turfgrass, we handle every step of the production process: from selecting the raw materials and extruding our own yarns, to manufacturing and quality controls afterwards. The result is a high-quality artificial turf at an affordable price! Furthermore, we design, develop and manufacture our collection in advanced European production facilities, which enables us to always guarantee quality. Discover our full story here.
Where is Turfgrass made?
Turfgrass is an innovative European company with production sites in Belgium and Spain. We have a wealth of experience developing, manufacturing and selling artificial grass. We use the most advanced materials and can therefore guarantee that all products are of the highest quality and available at an affordable price. Our factories meet the strictest quality and safety requirements and pass the tightest monitoring procedures with flying colours.
How is artificial grass installed?
Installing artificial grass is not as easy as it seems. Puddles on the surface, curling edges, a chessboard pattern… even with many hours of hard work, it can prove to be a serious challenge for even the best DIY enthusiast! If you are feeling up the challenge of installing artificial grass yourself, avoid these 10 mistakes. If a professional installs your artificial grass you can be assured that you will not regret your investment. Thanks to our recognised Turfgrass installers, you will get the lawn of your dreams. Find an official Turfgrass installer near you.
What types of artificial grass are there?
There are various types of artificial grass. The type depends on the application and a number of technical specifications:
- Applications: garden, terrace/balcony, indoor, swimming pool, sport (football, tennis/padel, hockey) & events
- Type of backing: latex or polyurethane
- Material: polyurethane/polyethylene
- Pile height: low or high
- Fire classification: Efl/Cfl/Bfl
In one of our blogs, you can find some tips to help you choose the most suitable artificial grass for your project.
How is artificial grass filled in?
Infill is a substance that can be spread over a newly installed artificial lawn to fill in the spaces between the blades of grass. Of course, the type of infill to be applied depends on what the artificial grass will be used for. Read all about infill here.
How much does artificial grass cost?
Our wide range comes in numerous different qualities. If you want to find out about our prices, please contact us!
Where can I buy artificial grass?
Get in touch with our recognised Turfgrass installers near you for answers to all your questions. They will guide you through the entire project: from choosing the type of artificial grass, to installation and maintenance of your brand-new artificial lawn.
How much artificial grass do I need?
Our Turfgrass installers will be more than happy to help you through the entire project: from choosing the type of artificial grass, to installation and the maintenance of your brand-new artificial lawn. Based on their years of experience, they can make an accurate estimation of how much artificial grass you will need for your project. Contact one of our recognised Turfgrass dealers via the following link.
In what sizes can I buy artificial grass?
Artificial grass is delivered in standard rolls of 2 or 4 metres wide. The Turfgrass dealer or installer will help you choose the most suitable artificial grass for your requirements and will calculate and deliver the right amount.
On which surfaces can artificial grass be placed?
Artificial grass can basically be placed on any surface. The only requirements are a flat, even surface and sufficient drainage. If these conditions are met, artificial grass offers a range of applications, and it can be installed quite quickly. Read more about it in our blog on five perfect surfaces for artificial grass.
Can I install artificial grass myself?
Installing artificial grass is not as easy at it seems. Puddles on the surface, curling edges, a chessboard pattern … even with many hours of hard work, it can prove to be a serious challenge for even the best DIY enthusiast! Do you want to have a go at installing artificial grass yourself? Make sure you avoid these 10 mistakes.
Can I get artificial grass installed?
Certainly! Our Turfgrass installer will be more than happy to help you through the entire project: from choosing the type of artificial grass, to installation and maintenance of your brand-new artificial lawn. Get in touch with one of our recognised Turfgrass dealers via the following link.
How should I maintain artificial grass?
Artificial grass does not require much maintenance. But since it is usually used outside, weather conditions can cause it to become dirty or dull after a time. Much like with all outdoor surfaces, you will encounter dust, dead leaves and liquids. Besides removing dead leaves, you can brush up the grass every so often so that your lawn looks nice and fresh again.
If your artificial grass has been damaged due to sharp objects, hot cinders or ash from your BBQ, read here how you can repair it so that it looks like new again.
Is artificial grass suitable for children?
If your children are adventurous in the garden, you will of course be concerned about their health and safety. With a garden or patio covered in artificial grass, there is no need to worry. Artificial grass is non-toxic and lead-free, kind to the skin, extremely hygienic, free of mud and puddles … You can read more details in our blog, which describes eight reasons why artificial grass is safe for children.
Is artificial grass suitable for animals?
Don’t worry: in some cases, artificial grass is actually better for pets than natural grass. Our four-legged friends are not shy of going to the toilet, which of course damages natural grass or turns it brown. Choose artificial grass and do away with that extra work caused by your pets. Read about all the advantages of artificial grass for animals in our blog describing 8 ways artificial grass pampers pets and prevents lawn hassles.
Can artificial grass discolour?
Thanks to UV stabilisers, artificial grass will maintain its vibrant green colour even in the sunniest of summers. And in contrast to natural grass, artificial grass can also be installed in shaded areas, so you'll never have to worry about bald patches in your lawn again.
Is artificial grass environmentally friendly?
Most people do not realise that artificial grass is environmentally friendly. In contrast to natural grass, artificial grass doesn’t need watering, of course. Not only do you not waste any water with artificial grass, you also can avoid using fertilisers or pesticides. Furthermore, there is no air pollution through fuel-driven mechanical equipment such as lawnmowers. Finally, artificial grass is low-maintenance meaning you save a lot of time, money and effort in the long term compared to natural grass.
How do I choose the right pile height for artificial grass?
One factor that is often forgotten when starting a project is the pile height of the artificial grass. The pile height refers to the length of the blades of grass, measured from the turf backing to the tip of the grass.
The right pile height for your project depends on the purpose. How intensively will the artificial grass be used? For example, contact sports such as football and rugby require other solutions than a private lawn with little foot traffic. The appearance also plays a significant role. What should your artificial grass look like? Some prefer short, neat blades, while others like slightly longer artificial grass with a sumptuous look.
Read all about it in our blog that discusses the best length or pile height for artificial grass. If you need help from a recognised Turfgrass installer, don’t hesitate to look for one near you!
Does artificial grass help against allergies?
Artificial grass can have a positive effect on your allergies, as it is made of materials that do not contain allergens. It isn’t a miracle cure of course, but installing artificial grass can make your garden pollen-free and keep pollens at bay. Read all about the benefits of artificial grass for people with allergies in our blog.
Can artificial grass melt?
With normal use and under normal circumstances, artificial grass will not melt, not even on a very sunny day with extreme temperatures. Indeed, artificial grass is also perfect for installation in areas around the equator.
However, artificial grass can get damaged, and, in some circumstances, can be melted by ash or cinders from a BBQ or grill. Direct contact with red-hot materials will melt the blades of grass. Here, you can read how you can replace a damaged piece of artificial grass so that your lawn looks as good as new.
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