Global Syn-Turf is the leading manufacturer and supplier in the synthetic turf industry in New York City, New York. We offer exclusive, top quality synthetic turf, cutting-edge technologies, durability and a 15-year warranty on all our products. Located in New York City, New York and across the country we have the capacity to deliver products faster than any other company. With the largest inventory of synthetic grass in New York City, New York, 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 New York City, New York 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 New York City, New York 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 New York City, New York 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 New York City, New York 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 New York City, New York are very lifelike, and can be found to suit your particular environment very effectively.
We have more than 40 locations in the New York City, New York area. Our installation services are state licensed, approved and certified by U.S. Green Building Council and LEED Certification. Get a free, no-obligation quote and schedule your appointment today.
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In New York City, New York, more and more people every day realize benefits of artificial turf. Synthetic grass looks amazing on any landscape. Our synthetic turf can be installed in the mountains, where rain and snow drain well with no flooding issues. For New York City, New York weather conditions, we have the highest quality fake grass products available at any time. Call us for the best price, or get a Free Quote today
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.Global Syn-Turf
Soft to the touch, Sierra Super-94 is a popular choice for lawns at homes with families and pets who love to play outside. Eco-friendly Sierra Super-94 transforms imperfect, uneven grass into a bright green wonderland of perfectly manicured lawn.Global Syn-Turf
As far as artificial grass lawns go, East Coast and Midwest is at least five years behind west coast, and the rest of the country is even further behind. Why? The western states are either in a desert zone, like Arizona and Nevada, or in a drought, like California. Drought and desert climate have been the main driving force of the artificial lawns market in western states. On the east coast along with the rest of the country, to a lot of synthetic lawn installation companies, it is all about educating and informing individuals and the public of what is available. Most just do not know, mind sets on the east coast goes back to grand-mother's front porch products, just do not know unless you are in the industry. Companies need to inform their staff, rather than sales, educate and inform the sale with be the by-product. The market potential for artificial lawns is huge and the sky is the limit on the opportunities.
Water conservation can be a concern in many east coast states and anywhere else. Climate changes like longer and colder winters and the fact of ground water being contaminated in a futile attempt to keep fragile natural grass alive and gas powered mowers putting out more carbon monoxide than our automobiles, our uninformed consuming public needs to listen and take heed to what synthetic grass can do to help our environment with demonstrative Green Benefits and beautification of landscape as a real solution. Leading artificial grass manufacturers, like Global Syn-Turf, Inc. has been very passionate about their amazing products and continue to educate the uninformed media and general public at every opportunity. The company believes the artificial grass industry will continue its growth at a rapid pace nationwide for a number of reasons, the time element regarding maintenance, the flexibility of the product range particularly where there are access or climate-related issues and the fact that once it's down you have 'instant green' - surely a factor for a lot of folks in these busy times.
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More than 80 percent of those who want to know more about artificial grass are dog owners! Why? Most dogs could have a place in the lawn that dog owners decide when they relieve themselves, that may destroy the nature grass to use, and creating nasty appearing brown spots there's virtually no actual alternatives because of this issue. Artificial turf in general, empties well and pet wrecks can be cleaned up readily. Such premium products are becoming the surfacing choice that was perfect for vet practices, and kennels, dog boarding and pet facilities, dog parks, both inside and outside. Most of the petgrass installers that are professional will propose to use safe Zeofill and organic on to the artificial grass as the pets waste neutralizer that will minimize the dog smell naturally. Such products can be found through such artificial grass businesses as Global Syn-Turf, Inc..
To keep your pet's place clean and scent-free, a properly installed under-drain system is really critical.
Such foundation surface should be as level as possible with a minimal grade for drainage that is optimal. "We all adore our dogs, supply them with the greatest: low care and long lasting artificial grass!"
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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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Artificial grass as a playground safety surface is an excellent choice for a sustainable, low maintenance alternative to natural grass. The artificial grass offers some very unique characters of such as non allergenic, not harbor bacteria, lead free and recyclable which make it a great choice for playground applications. Durable and long-lasting along with low maintenance has made synthetic grass the top choice for playgrounds.
In New York City, many if not all of the schoolyards to be converted to playgrounds are expected to use artificial turf. Since 1997, the NYC Department of Parks has been installing artificial turf extensively throughout the parks system. As of 2007, 118 artificial turf installations were completed and an additional 91 under construction! New York City leads all other municipalities in the country in the use of artificial turf. The city uses a newly developed variety of fake grass, some of it manufactured by Global Syn-Turf, Inc..
The benefits of synthetic grass go beyond the functionality and beauty of the surface. Going green has become an important focus in many industries, and some synthetic turf companies are offering environmentally-friendly products to address these needs. By using recycled and sustainable components, some synthetic grass products are up to 35 percent green by weight. Because of these eco-friendly features, utilizing the more innovative synthetic grass products can help a landscape architect earn LEED credits.
Global Syn-Turf is an exclusive artificial grass partner of San Francisco 49ers.
Artificial grass gained considerable attention in the 1960s, when it was used in the recently built Astrodome in Houston, Texas. Nevertheless, the first generation was simply a green plastic variant of carpet, quite man-made! During the previous five decades, the artificial grass sport fields market has been growing rapidly and steadily, now, over 90 percent of NFL fields are artificial. Artificial turf can withstand more use and can therefore be used much more often. This allows sports ground owners to create more income from their facilities. The upkeep price is just 1/5 of that of actual grass.
Since the early 1990s, the application of synthetic grass in the more arid Western states of the United States has proceeded quickly to commercial and residential landscaping. The dramatic advancement in the quality and assortment of accessible synthetic grasses, the decreased cost of care and upkeep has driven this trend compared to natural grass.
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Most synthetic turf products require infills which to be installed onto the grass between blades to help the blades of grass stand up and also hold the turf down. In addition, it protects the grass backing from ultraviolet rays that could cause damage and void guarantees. Some artificial grass infill options are ZeoFill, Green sand, Copper slag, Silica Sand and Rubber. Among all, ZeoFill is the choice for synthetic turf infill for playgrounds and pet owners. Dog owners with artificial grass lawns have been struggled with urine smells for years.. Many individuals want to water down their turf one time a week to get rid of the smell but never worked correctly because water from a hose does not have enough force to shove bacteria deep into the earth. ZeoFill is made out of a natural resource from the earth that is a negatively charged honey combed molecular structure that prevents the ammonia from forming a gas to become smelly and absorbs the urine. 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, compelling it through the turf into the earth making your turf virtually new again. The sodium forces the calcium ions out and recharges the ZeoFill when dry. Nevertheless, ZeoFill will not remove bacteria that are poor. To remove poor bacteria, Global Syn-Turf, Inc. recommends nits very own Synthetic Grass Pet Odor Neutralizer, this enzyme products will not just neutralize the pet odor, but also remove poor bacteria and clean the turf, using this along with Zeofill will realize the best possible results on pet's odor control!
The ZeoFill granule will hold the ammonia water until it is cleaned out the ZeoFill with the enzyme solution or significant rainwater flushes. The ZeoFill granules will be trapped inside the turf system and contains a 5 year warranty on deterioration.
The idea of grass lawns being installed at a house' front and back yards initiated from England where the weather is very accommodating to grow and maintain natural grass. Here in certain dry states, such idea just won't fly! In cities located in desert areas such as Phoenix, Arizona and Las Vegas, Nevada, growing natural grass is almost impossible. People are tired of plain and boring cement or rockery look and a lot of desert landscape ideas won't satisfy most homeowners' desire for "green". Artificial grass provides a perfect solution in such situations. As an industry, artificial grass is not that new, it has been around for more than five decades. However, to the general public, synthetic grass seems very new. "What? Plastic grass? Give me a break!" Really? Fake grass, you say? Don't scoff. Synthetic turf is moving beyond football fields and golf courses to become more common in home landscapes. When Steve Wallace of Santa Monica, California went for synthetic, he opted for longer blades and a darker green color a look he could never achieve with his natural lawn, which on 100-plus-degree summer days turned to dust, and on rainy days a mud pit. Tired of re-sodding twice a year not to mention the endless mowing and watering the 43-year-old homeowner was more than happy to plunk down $5,000 to see installers peel away his old lawn. Now, he says, his two dogs and two small kids can romp and roll around without tearing up the turf, or suffering the plastic rug burn of yore. And perhaps best of all is how grassy it looks.
"People have to go up close to it," he says, before they say, Wow, this isnt real."
Manufacturers credit the new you coulda fooled me look to the marvels of science. Global Syn-Turf's Maronic, for one, tends to lapse into sports-car speak when describing the blend of aesthetics and performance offered by the companys latest creation, a dense grass it calls Double W series, which includes such space-agesounding features as Double W shaped blades and No-shine technology. The initial cost on artificial grass is higher than natural grass, but given the fact of most of synthetic grass will last at least 8-10 years, such investment still makes a lot of sense for most homeowners, especially those live in "desert cities".
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The first day of school for New York sports players will be an adventure because of their newly installed artificial grass sports fields. This year's New York high will have less of players injuries and more of winning games. Nevertheless, many of parents and directors question if synthetic turf was a right solution to go by and how does it impact health and environment. Many are questioning the benefits of having a synthetic turf in New York City. Couple of years back, the New York City Park's players noticed the deterioration of the field. "It's been like this for five years," a
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