Boca Raton, FL – With the U.S. Census Bureau estimating that homeowners spend an average of 2.8 hours weekly on lawn maintenance and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency stating that landscape irrigation accounts for almost one-third of all residential water usage, a growing number of consumers are turning to synthetic grass for their yards to save time, money and conserve millions of gallons of water each year.
“Today’s synthetic grass is engineered and tested to be a beautiful, safe, cost-effective and eco-friendly landscape solution for many residential uses,” said Rick Doyle, President of the Synthetic Turf Council. “Often available in many styles that replicate all of the common landscape grasses, we have seen some really creative applications by homeowners, municipalities, parks departments and homeowner associations nationwide.” Read more
ATLANTA, GA – With the New Year comes much attention to the number one resolution – get in shape and lose weight. Many fitness and wellness facilities are selecting synthetic grass for their weight training and workout rooms because of its resilience, durability, sound absorbing qualities, and good looks.
“While synthetic turf is typically identified with athletic fields or landscaping, many health clubs, wellness facilities, hospitals and senior living centers are beginning to use synthetic turf to enhance the safety and attractiveness of their facilities, and to make them more accessible to the disabled,” said Rick Doyle, President of the Synthetic Turf Council. Read more
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WEST PALM BEACH — Artificial turf, no longer resembling the rubbery, hard AstroTurf of the 1970s, could soon be heading to city parks and athletics fields.
Commissioners gave preliminary approval Tuesday to lifting a citywide ban on artificial turf, with a final vote scheduled for June 11 . Read more
The new Spanish River Sports Complex will open any day now, and plans could fast-track two more ball fields with artificial turf for the first time. The turf had a positive response from City Hall.
“The clock is ticking on the request for additional fields, and some can be done right away and some can be phased in. If we put in the first two fields with artificial turf…does that help you speed up the process?” Earl Starkoff, chairman of the Greater Boca Raton Beach & Park District, which built the park, proposed at the May 21 meeting. Read more