What Is Artificial Grass Made Of

Artificial grass is made of polyethylene, a common form of plastic found in things such as bottles and bags. This plastic arrives in pellet form before being melted down with color tones and UV light-resistant additives which are then molded into synthetic blades of grass.

The thatch layer of synthetic grass is made from polypropylene, polyethylene, or nylon material. The thatch layer provides the turf with an added layer of support and blade recovery. Synthetic grass blades are inserted into the backing in rows through a tufting machine, which is like a giant sewing machine with hundreds of needles. This machine gives the grass blades and thatch a more secure hold which also increases the turf's life and durability.

What Is Artificial Grass Made Of

Why Turf Has An Advantage

When you install your fake lawn courtesy of Arizona Luxury Lawns, the finest of the Arizona artificial lawn companies, you’ll soon reap the benefits of:

 

  • Saving money on water bills
  • A pet and child-friendly environment
  • Seeing an ROI in 5 years
  • Adding aesthetic value to your property
  • Cutting landscaping costs
  • Reducing waste and pollution
  • Improving your putting game
  • And much, much more!

Not only is artificial turf environmentally safe, but it also drains better than real grass! You could save hundreds or even thousands of dollars annually by eliminating water and lawn care maintenance bills!

Why You Should Make The Switch

The oppressive Arizona desert is no place for real grass. Did you know that 70% of the average household water bill can be just from outdoor use alone? It’s estimated that the average lawn needs around 60,000 gallons of water to keep it fresh and green all year long, so it’s no wonder why the governor has declared a state of drought for the past twenty years in a row. To promote water conservation, the state has introduced the Arizona artificial grass tax rebate for residents who install low water-use landscaping. We cover everywhere from Mesa to Scottsdale, so check your local water conservation department for availability and eligibility! Summer will be here before we know it, so instead of flushing money down the toilet watching your lawn die, have your property transformed by Arizona Luxury Lawns. Call or click today!