Global Syn-Turf is the leading manufacturer and supplier in the synthetic turf industry in Agua Fria, New Mexico. We offer exclusive, top quality synthetic turf, cutting-edge technologies, durability and a 15-year warranty on all our products. Located in Agua Fria, New Mexico and across the country we have the capacity to deliver products faster than any other company. With the largest inventory of synthetic grass in Agua Fria, New Mexico, we are able to provide the best customer service and the best shipping options and prices.
Whether you have green fingers and love nothing more than an afternoon in the garden or you really hate gardening, installing an artificial lawn can have a number of advantages. Lawn maintenance can be costly in terms of both time and money. Many people in Agua Fria, New Mexico are turning to synthetic grass to solve their lawn problems. Artificial grass helps to reduce water usage so you can lower your bills.
If you are thinking of artificial grass for your home or business in Agua Fria, New Mexico in the long run it will save you money. Ever rising water bills are something we all have to adapt to. Installing synthetic grass is one of the easiest and most convenient ways to save money on water usage.
It would seem that every homeowner in Agua Fria, New Mexico has one thing in common. They wants the added benefit of a great looking lawn. Unfortunately, having a well groomed yard space is often prohibitively expensive. The good news is that artificial grass helps to lower lawn maintenance bills.
A nice yard does far more than just make a home look nicer. In Agua Fria, New Mexico it can actually raise the property value of your home. This is also true of any building space that can provide room enough for landscaping. However, if you have a natural grass, it can also increase the expense of taking care of your yard. A great way to cut these costs is by using artificial turf. While many think of that item in terms of tacky plastic and false green surfaces, new technologies have come a very long ways from the early days of man made lawn surfaces. Global Syn-Turf artificial grass in Agua Fria, New Mexico are very lifelike, and can be found to suit your particular environment very effectively.
More than 21 turf installation companies in the Agua Fria, New Mexico area, are state licensed, approved and authorized to install Global Syn-Turf's artificial grass products. See the list on a map and schedule your appointment today.
Global Syn-Turf Synthetic Grass has been producing and proving professional artificial grass installation services in Agua Fria, New Mexico for more than 20 years.
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One of the best synthetic grass solutions on the market. Creates perfect traction and the best force reduction properties. Proven to give the best game experience for players.
The most natural-looking artificial turf on the market. This turf can be installed on landscapes, lawns, playgrounds, traffic medians, pet areas, commercial or residential spaces, and is suitable for lightly to heavily trafficked areas.
Looks more realistic than many of its competitors and can handle up to heavy levels of foot traffic with resilient qualities that make it perfect for pet areas, recreation areas and meticulously designed landscapes.
In the past decade, the use of "new generation" artificial turf has become quite common throughout the United States. Synthetic grass applications that not related to sport fields are getting really popular in western states such as California, Arizona and Nevada. Such states are areas where outdoor water use is restricted or low maintenance is desired. Common applications include veterinary clinics, animal shelters, golf practice ranges, school yards, residential lawns, and low water use landscapes.
The market of residential lawns has been growing at an average annual rate of thirty five percent even during the economy downturns. As market grows, prices are coming down dramatically which in turn to fuel further market growth! Alvin Balahadia used to work for an artificial grass installation company in San Jose, California, he remembers how the selling of synthetic grass for residential lawn applications fifteen years ago: You walked in a house as a salesman, the first question to the homeowners was: "Do you know the artificial grass is a luxury thing, only the top ten percent of the household can afford it?" This might sound humiliating but true. Fifteen years ago, the turn key price for installing artificial grass in San Francisco Bay Area was between $22.00 and $26.00 per square foot, while today's price range is between $8.00 and $14.00 per square foot. Such price range is still much higher than natural grass. "The normal life expectancy of artificial grass is about 15 years. If you can get your investment back within first five years by saving money on water and maintenance, then you enjoy the beautiful lawn for the next 10 years without any water bills and the hassles of mowing and trimming, will you do it? I know I will." Said Alvin Balahadia :"It is a great investment on your house as houses with synthetic grass lawns are considered with upgraded premium options here in San Francisco Bay Area and other dry states like Arizona and Nevada."
On average, a household in San Francisco Bay Area can save between $600.00 and $1,200.00 annually on water bill along if they get rid of the natural grass lawns.
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There are a lot of artificial grass firms out there claiming they offer pet grass products, which make people consider they've many alternatives for fashions and different quality of artificial dog grass. The reality is they do not. Because 90% of all man-made, synthetic grass or turf is made in or near Dalton, Georgia by carpet makers, the machines that make carpeting also make man-made synthetic turf using a "tufting machine." The only difference between carpet and artificial turf is the yarn that is employed and the rubber backing. Global Syn Turf's petgrass is a real deal. Their petgrass attributes unique Flo-Rite-Thru technology with a proprietary backing and integrated antimicrobials permeable, GST petgrass needs less water and empties 50 times faster.
When referring to Pet's turf, most people tend to concentrate on the grass products itself and discount the fact and advantage of the turf system of a Pet. So that you can make the grass of Pet successful, obviously the synthetic grass is the center piece of the system, other components also need to be seriously considered. ZeoFill, a natural mineral powdery particles have to be used as an "infill" to be fusion into the Pet's turf, which will behave as a neutralizing agent to minimize the odor of pee. A well prepared 3-4" base with compacted crushed rocks and decomposed granite is certainly required to allow proper drainage. Global Syn Turf's Synthetic Grass Pet Odor Neutralizer should be used to remove any pet's scents. From time to time, pets owners should broom up the turf of the Pet through the use of such product as Global Syn-Turf's Turf Groom.
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In recent years, a lot of pro golfers have adapted artificial putting greens in their own back yards. Bernhard Langer, the two time master champions, is one of the newest golf celebrities to have synthetic grass and putting greens installed. "I never imagine that I could have the manicure look of golf green here right in my own back yard!" Bernhard Langer's back yard is featuring the best synthetic grass and putting greens by Global Syn-Turf, Inc., he made these comments during an interview in Palm Beach, Florida.
A backyard putting green constructed of artificial turf costs an average of $14 per square foot. Contrast that with an average of $8-$12 per square foot for a regular artificial turf lawn, and a backyard putting green looks like a very good deal indeed given the use youll get out of it.
When designed with creativity and a spirit of fun, a backyard putting green can be a popular gathering spot for friends and family to enjoy one anothers company and the pleasures of the outdoors for years to come. Many people, especially the pros will consider the performance of artificial putting greens: "Does it perform the same or similar as real grass greens?" The answer is absolutely! These are two major types of artificial putting greens on the market, the fully in filled slitfilm type will receive chip shorts and putting speed just like real greens and the non directional monofilament putting greens while installed and infilled properly will achieve a speed range of 12-15 ft.
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Is artificial grass safe for children? A questions asked by many people who are considering synthetic grass for their houses. The answer is absolutely yes! More than 75 independent and credible studies from groups such as the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and statewide governmental agencies such as the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, New York State Department of Health and the California Environmental Protection Agency, have validated the safety of synthetic turf (see Position Statements to learn more). For 40 years, under EPA oversight and OSHA-regulated manufacturing, not one person has ever reported ill effects related to any materials associated with synthetic turf.
In October 2010, the California Office of Environmental Assessment completed its multi-year study of air quality above crumb rubber infilled synthetic turf, and bacteria in the turf, and reported that there were no public health concerns.
In July 2010, the Connecticut Department of Public Health announced that a new study of the risks to children and adults playing on synthetic turf fields containing crumb rubber infill shows "no elevated health risks.
A December 2009 U.S. Environmental Protection Agency scoping study of the health risks from inhalation, ingestion, and dermal contact with synthetic turf and crumb rubber found every test result to be "below levels of concern.
The California EPA released a report dated July 2009 which indicated there is a negligible human health risk from inhaling the air above synthetic turf.
Independent tests conducted by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation and New York State Department of Health, released in May 2009, proved there were no significant health concerns at synthetic turf fields.
In July 2008, a U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission staff report approved the use of synthetic turf by children and people of all ages.
Global Syn-Turf is an exclusive artificial grass partner of San Francisco 49ers.
Artificial grass obtained considerable interest when it was used in the recently built Astrodome. But the first generation was just a green plastic variation of carpeting, quite man-made! Artificial turf can withstand more use and can thus be used much more often. This permits sports earth owners to create more income. The upkeep price is just 1/5 of that of actual grass.
Since the early 1990s, using synthetic grass in the arid Western states of America has proceeded quickly to commercial and residential landscaping beyond athletic fields. This tendency was driven by the dramatic development in the quality and assortment of accessible synthetic grasses, the decreased price of care and upkeep compared to natural grass.
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Most of artificial grass requires infills which to be installed onto the grass between blades to help the blades of grass stand up and also hold the turf down. It also protects the grass backing from ultraviolet rays which could eventually cause damage and void warranties. Some artificial grass infill options are ZeoFill, Green sand, Copper slag, Silica Sand and/or Rubber. Among all, ZeoFill is the #1 choice for synthetic turf infill for pet owners and playgrounds. Dog owners with artificial grass lawns have been struggled with urine smells for years.. Even though some leading turf manufacturers such as Global Syn-Turf, Inc. has made antimicrobial pet turf to resist the bacterial ammonia from adhering to the turf fibers, but regular infills would still hold ammonia urine resulting in a great deal of smell. Many people are trying to water down their turf once a week to get rid of the smell but never worked properly because water from a hose does not have enough force to push bacteria deep into the ground. ZeoFill is made out of a natural resource from the earth which is a negatively charged honey-combed molecular structure that absorbs the urine like a magnet and prevents the ammonia from forming a gas to become smelly. ZeoFill pulls any gases towards itself and hold it until sodium ion (Na) in rain water releases the magnetivity and the force of heavy rainfall will flush out the bacteria, forcing it through the turf into the ground making your turf virtually new again. The sodium forces the calcium ions out and recharges the ZeoFill when dry. However, ZeoFill will not remove bad bacteria. To remove bad bacteria, Global Syn-Turf, Inc. recommends nits very own Synthetic Grass Pet Odor Neutralizer, this enzyme products will not only neutralize the pet odor, but also remove bad bacteria and clean the turf, using this along with Zeofill will achieve the best possible results on pet's odor control!
To maximize the Benefits of ZeoFill, always install it on top of turf not under turf: When your dog urinates on the turf, the urine will instantly be consumed by the ZeoFill granules preventing ammonia bacteria particles from traveling through the turf. The ZeoFill granule will hold the ammonia water until it is cleaned with an enzyme solution or heavy rainwater flushes out the ZeoFill. The ZeoFill granules will be trapped inside the turf system and has a 5 year warranty on deterioration.
As artificial grass getting popular now days, more and more people who consider to replace their natural grass lawns with synthetic grass ask: "What are the pros of artificial grass?" To answer such question, let's take a look at the "No More List".
No more watering, say "bye-bye" to expensive water bills.
No more mowing, either you are lazy or you want to spend more time with your kids and family, throw away your lawn mower, lay back and have fun.
No more chemicals, chemicals such as fertilizers for natural lawn will eventually end up in our soil and underground water, present great health threats to human life.
No more air pollution, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), a new gas powered lawn mower produces volatile organic compounds and nitrogen oxides emissions air pollution in in in one hour of operation as 11 new cars each being driven for one hour.
No neighbor lawn envy (at least for you!)
No more unnecessary noise
No pet urine spots
No moles or gophers
Certainly, both the economy and environmental issues work in artificial grasss favor.. Though still more expensive than real grass to buy and install it can cost up to several times as much as natural turf, or roughly $6,000 to $8,000 for a typical lawn but the lifetime savings add up. In drought-prone regions, municipalities like Los Angeles County have even provided tax rebates for residents who remove areas of natural lawn.
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