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The sunlight reflections from a window will burn or melt your artificial grass. The best way to avoid such problem is to tint your windows. There is a special window tint film made by 3M will dramatically reduce the heat and won’t get your grass burned. Unfortunately, artificial grass warranty won’t cover the window burns or melt, so you will need to make sure taking actions on the window tinting as soon as possible before it is too late. You can always feel free to call or email us at [email protected] with any additional questions, or simply fill out this online form:

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Generally speaking you can use any artificial grass for the wall decorations. However, I personally would recommend you to use our Trainers Turf: you don’t need to go with turf that with long piles for walls as there won’t be any visual differences between tall and short blade grasses, our Trainers Turf has shorter blades and is fairly dense; also, Trainers Turf has all green fibers without the brownish thatch blades: you will look into the grass directly while it is on a wall, an all green appearance without any brown thatch will give you the best results, our Trainers Turf will just give you that. To learn more details about our Trainers Turf artificial grass, please visit this link:

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It will depend on the type of wall you have. If you are installing the artificial grass on a regular interior wall with sheetrock, you can find the studs and simply nailing the turf on it. If you are installing the turf on a concrete wall or outside wall with stucco or bricks, you can either use anchors and nail or use glue to be easy. If you can email us with your wall picture along with the size of the artificial grass you want at [email protected], we will be able to help you better.

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Absolutely! People use our artificial putting greens for tennis courts all the time. You can use any of our three putting green products for tennis court applications. I will recommend the Putt-60Bicolor as it is thicker and requires less infills on it. The other two putting green products will work out well as well by adding a bit more infills. If you have any questions regarding each product, please visit this link: We can also help you with any installation questions regarding your project, just feel free to call or email us at [email protected], or simply fill out this online:

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Yes, you can use our SuperNatural artificial grass for sports. Softness is not equal to durability: soft artificial grass won’t be less durable according to our tests, however softer blades will lay down faster than stiff blades. When using SuperNatural product for sport applications, I will always recommend to use SuperNatural-60 which is less dense and easier to put infills in them. If you have any other specific questions regarding this topic, please contact us by phone, email ([email protected]) or this online form: for more expert’s recommendations.


The best way to answer your question: please email us the rough dimensions of your court along with your contact information at [email protected] or simply sill out this online form: So one of our experts will get back to you immediately.


Our artificial grass is designed and manufactured for all kind of dogs, small or large. Our turf is very pet friendly with excellent drainage capacities to make the urine flow through quickly and easily. However, none of the artificial grass products on today’s market meant to be dug, chewed on or swallowed by the dogs. So handling the big dog’s play and traffics without any problems, you won’t want to have your dog to dig, tear, chew or eat artificial grass. Such issues are not often, as most of the dogs don’t have such behaviors on artificial grass, but it is still a good idea for people to keep a close eye on the do’s especially right after the artificial grass being freshly installed, and train the dogs properly if you notice him/her with the above mentioned issues.

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We have the best artificial grass on the market. All the HOAs who have review process for artificial grass approvals should have our products on their approved list. We haven’t heard or experienced any of the denials of our products by any HOAs nationwide. If you ever have issues with your particular HOA, please feel free to reach us by email (at [email protected]) so we will help to provide all necessary documents and certificates to you or your HOA, thanks.


Olive is one of our key color definitions for certain artificial grass product lineup. All of our Olive grasses are actually with two colors: Olive Green and Emerald Green. Such color combination makes the turf look more of “Olive” therefore, we name the series as Olive. I would say most of our Olive grasses are made of the same color pigments, however, the shapes of the fibers are engineered differently, Olive-92Stemgrass has the fiber with a stem in it, while Olive-51 has the fiber shaped “Diamond”. Given the differences of the fiber shapes, thickness and pile height, even using the same color pigments, the overall appearance can be very different which makes our artificial grass product lines so versatile and vibrant! 

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The best way to approach your question is for you to fill out this online form:, and one of our sales team professionals will reach out to you with detailed information. We would like such communications to be private and secure and direct. Or you can always feel free to contact us by phone or email: [email protected]


The gopher wire installed underneath the artificial grass definitely can prevent small animals like rabbits to break through, the meshed wires won’t be able to prevent moles or germs though. You can find more detailed product information from this link:

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Yes, actually any pickup truck with short or long beds will be ok to transport a full roll of artificial grass. The reality is that mot of turf comes in as 15’ width and the roll of the turf is at a 15’ long, which is much longer than most of the beds of pickup trucks: When you are loading the roll, you will have part of it on top of the cab, and the other end hanging over the lift gate of the truck instead of trying to fit the roll inside the truck bed. It will great that if you have a lumber rack on your truck, if not, as I have mentioned above, you still should be able to manage. Please let us know if you have any further questions by phone, email or this online form:


Great question! This response will contain a lot of information, so let’s break it down into two sections, starting with the “clean” factor regarding different types of plastics. Hypothetically, let’s assume that the product was made of 100% recycled materials. Depending on how the materials are re-processed, post-consumer is usually the least “clean” when compared to virgin or actual plastic because of the variability of the feedstock. Even with blending, which adds overall strength, neither post-consumer nor post-industrial recycled materials can ever achieve 100% of mechanical properties of virgin materials. The degradation of these properties has a direct effect on safety factors and long term performance measures such as fatigue. This is not to say recycled plastics cannot be used in various applications, but does explain why recycled materials often have lower safety ratings. In other words, theoretically, you could have a 100% recycled material product. However, this product would never pass safety tests due to how weak the material would be. At GST, while we do care about the environment, safety is ALWAYS a top priority, as can be seen on our lead and UV testing results. 

Our goal with artificial grass products is to provide a healthy balance of being environmentally aware while also remaining within the general safety guidelines. This topic is definitely not black and white and I can assure you we are not the only industry struggling with this issue. For example, manufacturers have made a lot of progress using recycled materials for things like plastic bags and disposable packaging but are still figuring out the most effective way to use it for larger structural and infrastructure items. Turf is without a doubt, a larger item so it is much harder to make it out of 100% recycled material. Often, if the product is structural, it may have to have a lower safety or strength rating if recycled materials are being used, but as stated earlier, we value the customer’s safety more than anything.

Regarding sustainability, there is a common misconception that just because something is recycled, it must be more sustainable. This is true some of the time, but not always. For example, though small, there are ecological impacts from the energy used to drive around to pick the post-consumer materials, from the actual re-processing (cleaning and grinding), and from added resin weight that is necessary to reach the same mechanical properties. Sustainability is more than just whether or not a product is fully recyclable. What if the product is made overseas and needs to be shipped to the US? Different variables put together decide whether or not a product is sustainable. 

When we state that our products are “environmentally friendly” we mean relative, compared to other turf products and actual lawns. In no way are we claiming that our products are going to end global warming or any macro environmental issues since that would be a silly claim. We always refer to real grass lawn when promoting artificial grass and claim of “environmentally friendly” is also a direct comparison with real grass. Real lawn needs water, fertilizer, and lawn mower in order to be maintained. Needless to say, water is a precious resource on our planet and we should try our best to conserve it. The environmental harm from fertilizers heavily outweighs the benefits to an individual's yard, since the resulting synthetic chemicals runoff into nearby waterways. When the excess nutrients from all the fertilizer runs off into our waterways, they cause algae blooms sometimes big enough to make waterways impassable. When the algae die, they sink to the bottom and decompose in a process that removes oxygen from the water. Fish and other aquatic species can’t survive in these so-called “dead zones” and so they die or move on to greener underwater pastures. In other words, fertilizer destroys our natural landscapes such as lakes and ponds. People use lawn mowers to cut their grass. Since it’s a relatively small machine, you might not think that it produces a lot of pollution, but in fact it has been proven that a lawn mower produces 11 times more pollution than a new car. Each year 13 billion pounds of pollution are from lawn mowers. As you can see, a regular lawn is definitely NOT environmentally friendly. We go off of these facts when we claim that our products are “environmentally friendly”. Hopefully this provides you with a deeper understanding of the materials we use and the claims we make for our products. Please always feel free to contact with any further questions by phone, email or this online form, we really appreciate your thoughts:

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I personally considered all our artificial putting greens are at the highest quality. However, the Putt-60BiColor is definitely the most thick/dense of them all. For applications that people won’t use much or no infills, this product will be the best choice. For most regular artificial putting green applications, our Pro Putt-44 and Putt-46BiColor work just as well and it is much easier to add infills onto these two products than the thicker version. 

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Yes, we have a warehouse in East Bay, it is in Hayward, CA. Please visit this link for all our warehouse locations:

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I am not sure we should treat this as a general question in regard to your school’s stadium. Such projects normally have many requirements and specifications by the design architects and local authorities, we would love to be part of it, but will need more specific information before I can make a general recommendation. Please fill out this online form with your contact information so one of our sport field experts will reach out to you directly to help answer your questions further:

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Both our SBlade and Cool Blue series are excellent artificial grass, you can’t go wrong with either of them. They are a bit different in color, and most important difference is that the fibers are engineered totally different and backing colors are also different:

1. SBlade turf’s fiber is S shaped, while Cool Blue turf has “hollow” fibers which like a straw: functions of such engineered fibers are to not only stand up well but also traps moisture to keep the artificial grass cool, we will recommend you to spray water on the grass to see more obvious cooling results. On the other hand, SBlade turf won’t have this feature.

2. The backing color of Cool Blue Hollow is light blue vs SBlade is black: darker color tends to absorb more heat than lighter color which gives the Cool Blue Hollow the another advantage of being cooler. 

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The only two edging materials we carry are bender board and Wonderedge, please see the link for these two materials below, when getting the bender board, you will need the stakes to go with it:

I am not sure what exactly are you referring to as “white” edges which I don’t think we ever have, nor any white rocks. The best approach to your question is that for you to email us a picture of the item you saw at [email protected], and we will get back to you with accurate answers ASAP, thank you for your question.


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