You may be eager to get started on your landscaping project when it includes synthetic grass. After all, it’s hardy in the face of drought, sturdy for golfers, pets and kids, and soft on paws and bare feet. As you begin the process, use these tips to ensure your artificial grass installation meets your expectations.

Match Grass Type to Your Needs

There are several types of artificial grass, and you can also find turn products that vary in color, texture, blade width and blade height. Key to getting the lawn you want is identifying which type of grass is best suited for the expected use of your lawn. Your turf installer can help you determine which is best.

Find a Good Contractor

Your new lawn will look even better if you find the best installer for the job. When interviewing potential contractors, ask about their previous experience. Check references, too

Don’t Forget to Include Length, Width & Depth in Measurements

When getting an estimate for the placement of your turf, it makes sense to start with the length and the width of your lot. But including the depth of the installation is crucial to getting an accurate estimate for labor and materials. 

Are You Interested in Artificial Grass Installation in Corona?

Majestic Rock & Materials offers an artificial grass installation process that’s second to none. Not only that, our landscaping products include paving stones for residential and commercial customers that are sourced only from premium quarries. Count on us for all your artificial turf products, pavers and stone, decorative rock and landscaping accessories. We welcome the opportunity to offer you custom design services and professional installation of your artificial grass lawn, rockscapes and more. When it comes to getting a luxurious landscape and carefree maintenance of your landscaped space, contact us and see how easy it is to get the royal treatment you deserve!

Precision Artificial Grass Installation for Luxurious Lawns in Corona

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Posted on August 23, 2023 | Published by Ignite Local | Related Local Business