Global Syn-Turf is the leading manufacturer and supplier in the synthetic turf industry in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. We offer exclusive, top quality synthetic turf, cutting-edge technologies, durability and a 15-year warranty on all our products. Located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and across the country we have the capacity to deliver products faster than any other company. With the largest inventory of synthetic grass in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 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 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 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 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 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 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 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 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 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 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania are very lifelike, and can be found to suit your particular environment very effectively.
We have more than 40 locations in the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 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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Looking to buy artificial grass in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania? GST inventory of artificial, synthetic turf includes more than 53 products. Whatever your needs are – from sport fields, putting greens or lawns, we have everything you need to succeed. Artificial turf for dogs, football grass, artificial grass for landscapes or putting greens. We bring your synthetic turf supply warehouse in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
In Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 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 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 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
Within the past decade, the use of "new generation" artificial turf is becoming fairly common through the USA. Synthetic grass applications are becoming extremely popular in western states including Nevada, Arizona and California. Such states are places where outside water use is low or limited care is wanted. Common uses include animal shelters, veterinary clinics, golf practice ranges, school yards, residential lawns, and low water use landscapes.
Residential lawns' marketplace has been growing at a mean yearly speed of thirty five percent during the economy declines. As marketplace grows, costs are coming down drastically which in turn to fuel market increase that is additional! This might seem accurate although humiliating. Such cost range continues to be higher . If you're able to get your investment back by spending less on care and water, you then appreciate the lovely yard for the next 10 years with no water statements and the hassles and trimming, will you get it done? The understand I'll." Said Alvin Balahadia :"it's an excellent investment in your house as houses with synthetic grass yards are considered with updated premium options within San Francisco Bay Area and other dry states like Arizona and Nevada."
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There are so many artificial grass companies out there claiming they offer pet grass products, which make people believe they have many choices for different quality and styles of artificial dog grass. The reality is they do not. Because 90% of all artificial, synthetic grass or turf is made in or near Dalton, Georgia by carpet manufacturers, the machines that make carpet also make artificial synthetic turf using a "tufting machine." The only difference between artificial turf and carpet is the yarn that is used and the rubber backing. Artificial grass companies that advertise pet turf, dog grass, dog turf, pooch grass, potty grass, and many other names that appeal to dog owners are merely selling an existing grass product that they renamed to appeal to pet owners. Global Syn-Turf's petgrass is a real deal. Their petgrass features unique Flo-Rite-Thru technology with integrated antimicrobials and a proprietary backing that is 100% permeable, GST petgrass drains 50 times faster and requires less water for cleaning.
When referring to Pet's turf, most people tend to focus on the grass products itself too much and ignore the fact and benefit of a Pet's turf system. Obviously the synthetic grass is the center piece of the system, in order to make Pet's grass effective, other components also need to be seriously considered. ZeoFill, a natural mineral powdery particles need to be used as an "infill" to be blend into the Pet's turf, which will act as a neutralizing agent to minimize the smell of urine. A well prepared 3-4" base with compacted crushed rocks and decomposed granite is absolutely required to allow proper drainage. Global Syn-Turf's Synthetic Grass Pet Odor Neutralizer should be used to eliminate any pet's smells. From time to time, pets owners need to broom up the Pet's turf by using such product as Global Syn-Turf's Turf Groom.
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Backyard putting greens are fantastic way of bringing together friends and family to enjoy the outdoors. Its kind of like having a pool table. When you have people over, theres always something to do, says Richard Stoltz of New Mexico Synthetic Turf in Albuquerque, NM. I the past, people have been trying to install real grass putting greens in their backyards, turned out that no matter how hard you try, it is just impossible to maintain it! Today, most backyard putting greens are created with artificial turf, mounds, sand pits, and interesting shapes can be easily created and maintained. Artificial turf also has an even surface thats ideal for putting. Synthetic greens are virtually maintenance free. They're able to withstand hot or cold temperatures, as well as wet conditions, and are just about always ready for play.
A backyard putting green has such a great social element to it that youll use it a lot more if its close to patios or other entertaining areas. A flat one-hole putting green gets boring fast. However, if you make it challenging, friends and family will enjoy the putting green for years to come. Using a few undulations, mounds, a sand pit, and about three holes will help to keep it interesting and more playable. With the pressures of school, work, and other activities, oftentimes family members dont get home until after dark. Incorporate low-voltage landscape lighting into backyard putting greens to extend the number of hours each day that people can use it, in a nice mood.
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Is artificial turf safe for children? A queries asked by a lot of people who are considering artificial grass for his or her homes. The answer is absolutely yes! More than 75 independent and legitimate studies from groups for example the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, U.S. Environment Protection Agency and state governmental agencies like the NY State Department of Environmental Conservation, New York State Dept of Health and the California Environmental Protection Agency, have confirmed the security of artificial grass (notice Position Statements to learn more). For 40 years, under EPA oversight and OSHA- regulated manufacturing, no one has ever documented bad effects related to any substances 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 germs in the turf, and reported that there were not any public health concerns.
In July 2010, the Connecticut Department of public-health declared that a new study of the hazards to children and adults playing on artificial turf fields including crumb rubber infill demonstrates "no elevated health dangers."
A December 2009 U.S. Environment Protection Agency scoping research of the health dangers from inhalation, ingestion, and dermal contact with synthetic grass and crumb rubber identified every test lead to be "below levels of concern."
The California EPA launched a written report dated July 2009 which suggested a minimal human health threat is from inhaling the atmosphere above synthetic lawn.
Impartial tests conducted from the Ny State Department of Environment Conservation and New York State Department of Health, launched in May 2009, proved there were no critical health concerns at artificial turf areas.
Global Syn-Turf is an exclusive artificial grass partner of San Francisco 49ers.
Artificial grass first gained substantial attention in the 1960s, when it was used in the newly constructed Astrodome in Houston, Texas. However, the first generation of synthetic grass was simply a green plastic version of carpet, very artificial! During the past five decades, the artificial grass sport fields market has been growing rapidly and steadily, today, over 90 percent of NFL fields are artificial. Artificial turf can withstand significantly more use than natural grass and can therefore be used much more frequently. This allows sports ground owners to generate more income from their facilities. The maintenance cost on synthetic grass sports fields is only 1/5 of that of real grass. Each NFL team used to spend over two million dollars to maintain their real grass fields annually, now they can redo their entire field with artificial grass every year for that amount of money, and the artificial turf fields will last at least six years or more.
Since the early 1990s, the use of synthetic grass in the more arid Western states of the United States has moved rapidly beyond athletic fields to residential and commercial landscaping. This trend has been driven by the dramatic improvement in the quality and variety of available synthetic grasses, the reduced cost of maintenance and care compared to natural grass, and.
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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.
The thought of grass lawns being installed at a house' front and back yards originated from England where the weather is quite accommodating to grow and maintain natural grass. Here in particular states that are dry, such notion simply won't fly! In cities situated in desert regions for example Las Vegas, Nevada, Arizona and Phoenix, growing grass that is natural is nearly impossible. Artificial grass provides an ideal solution in such scenarios. As an industry, artificial grass is not that new, it has been around for more than five decades. Nevertheless, to the general public, synthetic grass appears very new. "What? Unnatural grass? Give me a break!" Actually? Fake grass, you say? Are you joking? Synthetic turf is moving beyond golf courses and football fields 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, two little children and his two dogs can romp and roll without tearing up the turf, or enduring the plastic rug burn of yore. And perhaps best of all is grassy it appears.
People have to go up close to it, he says, before they say, Wow, this isnt real.
Producers credit the new "you coulda fooled me" look to the marvels of science. Global Syn-Turf's Maronic, for one, tends to lapse into sportscar speak when describing the "combination of aesthetics and functionality" offered by the company's latest creation, a dense grass it calls Double W series, which comprises such space-age-sounding attributes as "Double W shaped blades" and "No-glow technology." The initial cost on artificial grass is higher than natural grass, but given the fact of most of synthetic grass will continue at least 8-10 years, such investment nonetheless makes lots of sense for most homeowners, especially those live in "desert cities".
February 13, 2019 1:26 PM - As Philadelphia welcomes the 21st annual Tattoo Convention this week, Plach, who has recently appeared on the Daily Show, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and on Paramount Network's Ink Master, sat with PhillyVoice to talk about her career and her journey toward becoming a heavily-tattooed woman.
February 11, 2019 8:42 AM - Presidents Day weekend, head to the National Constitution Center to learn about the role of the president through educational programming. There will be trivia, crafts, re-enactors, storytelling and other interactive activities, including a chance for kids to use a voting booth and learn about the election process.
February 8, 2019 5:52 AM - New York Fashion Week has arrived and we are obsessing over the looks that have debuted already (Ralph Lauren, anyone?). With the event spanning from Feb. 8 to Feb. 16, it's hush-hush and exclusive tone can make for some big surprises and some awe-inspiring fashion.
February 7, 2019 6:15 AM - Looking for something to do Saturday, Feb. 9 and Sunday, Feb. 10 in Philly? Here are our weekend picks including Cupid's Undie Run, Lunar New Year at the Rail Park, Resolution Rx and Mural Arts Philly's Black History Month tour. Plus, it's time to start making plans for Valentine's Day next week.
February 4, 2019 11:20 AM - If you're looking to get out of the house this February and into a warm, green environment with the kids - or without, the Philadelphia Parks & Recreation, Fairmount Park Conservancy and Constellation Culinary Group has created just place for you.
January 30, 2019 7:20 AM - The “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” star is honoring her late aunt, Kate Spade, in the new campaign for her company, Frances Valenintine. The new line is called, “Love, Katy” and is a tribute to the Spade’s vision and style. Spade, who committed suicide in June 2018 was only 55,
January 30, 2019 6:38 AM - The Please Touch Museum's new exhibit "America to Zanzibar: Muslim Cultures Near and Far" will open Saturday, Feb. 2. The exhibit includes historic artifacts on loan from the Free Library of Philadelphia and the Penn Museum, as well as newly commissioned artwork by Philadelphia-based Muslim artists and home objects from local Muslim families.
January 28, 2019 1:39 AM - Inspired by the iconic Nickelodeon game show "Double Dare," "Double Dare Live" features two teams comprised of selected audience members competing to win prizes by answering brain-bending trivia questions, completing messy physical challenges and ultimately facing the legendary obstacle course.
January 23, 2019 6:38 AM - Fan of Captain America, Spider-Man, Black Panther and the many other Marvel superheroes? A new exhibit will open at the Franklin Institute this spring called "Marvel: Universe of Super Heroes" and it will feature more than 300 original artifacts, including some of Marvel's most iconic costumes, props and original art.
January 23, 2019 3:42 AM - Wouldn't it be nice to escape from the cold? Maybe go somewhere with sand, exotic plants and lounge chairs? You actually don't need to go far to find that. This February, think of the Fairmount Park Horticulture Center as a getaway destination. You can picnic, enjoy live music and hang with zoo animals in the 20,000-square-foot greenhouse during the new "Getaway at the Greenhouse" series.
January 21, 2019 5:04 AM - The Philadelphia Auto Show will return to the Pennsylvania Convention Center from Saturday, Feb. 2, through Sunday, Feb. 10. Visitors can view and sit inside exotic vehicles, classic automobiles, luxury rides and the newest models from many popular car brands.
January 18, 2019 8:40 AM - Friday, there's a party at the Barnes. Saturday, there's a party at the Crystal Tea Room, a fundraiser at Monk's Cafe and a Lunar New Year festival at the Penn Museum. Plus, a lot of museums are commemorating Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with special programming. That's not all, though. Check out everything going on this weekend in our roundup.
January 17, 2019 7:37 AM - Family-friendly concerts at the Ardmore Music Hall aim to please both kids and parents. Presented by Rock & Roll Playhouse, the series "Rock & Roll for Kids" includes the music of the Beatles, the Grateful Dead, Phish and more.
January 16, 2019 8:27 AM - If you're serious about trying to save money this year, then consider doing the zero dollar days challenge. It can help you stop overspending each month. With the zero-dollar day challenge, you'll need to commit to days where you can't spend any money and keep track of how many days you spend $0.00.
January 15, 2019 4:41 AM - The Philly POPS will perform '80s hits during three shows this February. The program features pop, rock and new wave hits from George Michael, Phil Collins, Huey Lewis, Blondie, Cyndi Lauper, Billy Joel and more. Expect to hear songs like "If I Could Turn Back Time," "Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go," "Call Me" and "True Colors."
January 10, 2019 1:19 AM - You can now sign up for the ninth annual Phillies Charities 5K, which will take place Saturday, March 23. Race participants begin and end the 3.1-mile run at Citizens Bank Park. After crossing the finish line, runners are invited to take a victory lap on the field.
January 8, 2019 1:55 AM - New year. New you. New living room? The Philly Home Show will return to the Pennsylvania Convention Center for two consecutive weekends this January. Attendees can find interior design inspiration, pick up home improvement tips and techniques, and discover 2019 decor trends.
December 24, 2018 7:50 AM - It happened! After yearning for the new “miracle” migraine drug, I was finally approved for monthly injections. So, that’s the good news. The bad news is that it took three trial-and-error rounds and two months of 14+ migraines to get to this point. But I’m here!
December 17, 2018 10:09 PM - We now know how the Grinch likes his cheesesteaks and his opinion on Gritty. The grumpy and green Dr. Seuss character agreed to an interview with PhillyVoice, and while the Grinch maintained an air of mystery, everyone's favorite grouch did share some interesting tidbits about himself.
December 13, 2018 10:21 PM - This weekend, there's a holiday concert at the Kimmel Center and screenings of "The Polar Express" the Franklin Institute. A.kitchen is also bringing back its pop-up hot chocolate, mulled wine and crepes stand in Center City for thirsty and hungry shoppers.
December 13, 2018 6:55 AM - If you want to be one of the 1,500 runners participating in the 2019 Revolutionary 5-Mile Run in Valley Forge National Park, now is the time to sign up. Registration for the springtime race is $35 through Friday, Dec. 28. All proceeds benefit Valley Forge National Historical Park.
December 12, 2018 2:21 AM - For the past five years, Mummers Mardi Gras has taken place in Manayunk. During the annual event, 16 string bands parade down Main Street, performing for the crowds. Last year, Eagles' Jason Kelce marched with them. Mummers Mardi Gras will take place in South Philly for 2019.
December 11, 2018 4:27 AM - Children's book "The Polar Express" is a beloved Christmas classic. The Franklin Institute is also a fan of the story, and is hosting Polar Express Day on Saturday, Dec. 15. There will be all-day screenings of the "The Polar Express" movie, plus science activities related to trains, snowflakes and sleigh bells.
December 11, 2018 2:57 AM - Many of us want to help the homeless, hungry and needy, but don't know how to get started. This winter, you can aid children, adults and families without homes by signing up for a race. The Homeless for the Holidays 5K will take place Sunday, Dec. 30.
December 7, 2018 4:26 AM - The team behind the popular Fishtown FestivAle has created a new, winter event. The Fishtown Freeze will take place Saturday, Dec. 8. Families can walk the neighborhood to check out 25 hand-carved ice sculptures. Make sure to snap a free photo with Santa, too. Then at night, there will be a cocktail crawl.
December 6, 2018 3:48 AM - Ready to make weekend plans? We've got you covered. Saturday, take the family to the Parade of Lights. With friends? Spend the day shopping and drinking at the Rittenhouse Row Fashion Crawl. This weekend, there's also a festive fun run, a screening of "Elf" and a winter solstice festival. Plus, Tinsel – the Instagram-worthy pop-up Christmas bar – is back!
December 5, 2018 5:07 AM - A Pennsylvania man that lost his wallet on a rollercoaster at Hersheypark four years ago got a pleasant, but strange, surprise this week. The man, Jon Anson, told WHTM-TV that the amusement park recovered his wallet and returned it to him after years of looking for it at the park.
December 5, 2018 4:28 AM - In early September, the Philadelphia Union unveiled their new mascot Phang. Two weeks later, the Philadelphia Flyers stole some of that thunder when Gritty was turned loose on the world. How does a new mascot come to terms with getting overshadowed like that? We asked Phang all about it.
December 3, 2018 1:55 AM - Hanukkah begins Sunday, Dec. 2, and ends Monday, Dec. 10. This year, celebrate the Festival of Lights by attending a community event. Watch as Boathouse Row turns blue and white, play dreidel games in Franklin Square, or attend a huge party at the National Museum of American Jewish Heritage. Read on for a full list of ways to celebrate Hanukkah in Philly.
November 29, 2018 7:52 AM - This weekend, kick off the holiday season at an ugly sweater party, a production of "Philly POPS Christmas," or a new ice bar at a decorated mansion. You can also start checking things off your holiday to-do list by shopping for gifts. Head to Cricket Cringle in Ardmore, or Cherry Street Pier's weekend book fair. Here are nine events happening Nov. 30 through Dec. 2.
November 29, 2018 1:58 AM - Deck the Alley invites visitors to look inside the historic Elfreth's Alley houses. The holiday event will take place from 3 to 7 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 1. The "Making Christmas" pop-up exhibit will also be open. It focuses on the history of Christmas in America from the 18th to the19th century.
November 27, 2018 2:12 AM - "The Present" a new holiday attraction at LOVE Park stands 27-feet tall. It's made from five miles of red and white LED lights, with more than 100,000 bulbs. Visitors can walk through the gigantic gift when visiting Christmas Village.
November 20, 2018 2:43 AM - Technology-induced headaches and migraines are likely caused by the eyestrain involved in looking at a screen for hours, according to Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. Since it’s not like technology will become less involved in our lives, it’s best that we find a way to protect ourselves from the pain.
November 16, 2018 2:06 PM - Remember the “missing” $33 million in taxpayer money that Philadelphia has been trying to track down for quite a while? It seems the mystery has finally been solved - at least, almost. City officials have located “most” of the $33 million, leaving just $2.1 million unaccounted for as of this week, according to a report Friday from the Associated Press.
November 16, 2018 1:12 PM - Lisa Marszalek, 47, a middle school science teacher in central Pennsylvania, is charged with allegedly selling cocaine and Adderall from her home. Her arrest occurred just days before she had been scheduled to take an overnight trip with students.
Philadelphia Sports Network reports that it would be easy to believe the bright red synthetic turf at Eastern Washington Eagles (EWE) "The Inferno" had come to help out in winning; the turf is like the Eagles' 12th man on the field. However, many are concerned that the bright red artificial grass is taking advantage by disturbing the view. While playing on the famous red carpet, the Eagles usually win on the red artificial grass because of their team's unusual color. Opposing players may arrive on the turf a bit confused, but after could of trials they quickly adjust to the unique
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