As the artificial turf industry has evolved over several decades, we have seen several different applications arise for the synthetic service. One of these applications is the use of commercial artificial turf for certain business areas.
Most of these have turned to artificial turf from natural grass for several reasons including it looks just like natural grass, improves of curb and property appeal, it is extremely durable, little or no maintenance is required, natural resources are not get wasted, provides easier drainage, and the need for pesticides is eliminated.
In addition to the above, there are other advantages to consider where replacing natural grass with turf is concerned including companies going "green" by installing commercial artificial turf, stops dirt from being tracked inside, drains considerably easier than natural grass, lowers maintenance costs, and monthly water bills are dramatically reduced.
Although the initial investment may be significant, in the long run, installing commercial artificial grass is going to be very cost-effective in the long run.
Some business owners that have made the change within the past several years have seen their water bill lowered as much as 50%. With many states in droughts, purchasing turf and installing it can greatly reduce the strain on communities where the attractive business landscape is a requirement.
Some commercial locations where turf can replace grass are airports, government buildings, fire departments, police departments, office buildings, and large city-owned grass-covered areas. Every dollar that is saved by investing in turf now helps taxpayers in the future.