Synthetic grass has many benefits, including low maintenance. It’s easy to forget that your synthetic grass needs a little care from time to time to ensure it stays looking beautiful. But what if you’ve neglected your lawn for so long that you’re starting to see damaged spots? Lucky for you, autumn is here and the cooler weather makes it the perfect time to fix your damaged spots and do the preventative maintenance necessary to keep your lawn in tip-top shape! Click below to find out how.
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The evolution of synthetic turf has evolved tremendously over the decades. Fiber structure and design have created turf that is denser than ever before. With these changes creates challenges for the installer to have the very best of tools and machinery to “brush up” the synthetic turf fibers. I call this “Defibrillation” or as some may call it “Power Brooming”.
This month’s column, I will teach what power brooms are, why defibrillation is important for the appearance of your project, and how defibrillation will assist in the turf fibers longevity.
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Who would ever thought synthetic turf would ever be placed on rooftops or balconies?
This growing trend provides visual beauty to multi-level homes, high rise condominiums and balconies that want the “green look” and feel of natural grass. The only issue is that contractors turn away from offering this service due to not understanding how to properly install this system.
Thermoplastic polyolefin (TPO) single-ply roofing are among the fastest growing commercial roofing products. Most residential and commercial roofs are being constructed with TPO when Tile or Shake roofing materials are not specified. TPO allows 100% protection of water penetration and offers an inexpensive way to completing a roof system. Even though TPO is a great roofing solution, its white flat surface is not a pretty site, especially when viewing from above. Rooftop and balconies that are constructed with the TPO membrane gives the client the option to use synthetic turf other than standard tile, coatings or outdoor carpet. This month ASK JW will teach how to install synthetic turf on TPO.
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This month ASK JW will teach you the proper way to install putting green cups.
“How many synthetic turf contractors or their installers actually understands golf?” Over the years I have experienced synthetic turf contractors having to remove and replace
This month’s ASK JW, I will teach you the proper way to incorporate synthetic turf ribbons into your hardscape.
Synthetic turf incorporated in and between hardscape has become a new trend. Placing synthetic turf in between concrete, pavers, travertine, or flagstone can magnify the beauty of the projects design. Placing synthetic turf ribbons in between these type of hardscapes can be challenging. If the project is not planned out prior to the installation, the end result can be a nightmare.
I have trained many companies to install “Turf Ribbons” but have also watched contractors remove the entire project due to not knowing the proper way to install synthetic turf ribbons. Before you take on such a project you must understand the process. You may lose thousands of dollars if this process is not planned and estimated properly.
“Don’t let the waste factor become your wallets enemy” Ask JW
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Stay tuned for next month’s ‘Ask J.W.’ installment!
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