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We mean it when we say,“The only thing better than our artificial grass is our service!” Here at SGW, we are all about fast and convenient service, with a personal touch. We are always open to new ideas from our customers on how to make the artificial grass business easier for you.

We have updated our order form with YOU in mind. Our new form will be much more convenient for our installers-making the process of ordering turf faster and easier. Once your order form has been submitted, it will be sent directly to your personal sales rep.

Check out the new form and let us know what you think!

Create a Drought-Tolerant Landscape!

Saving water, time and money are not the only benefits that come with synthetic grass. Pairing your evergreen turf with drought tolerant plants can create a beautiful and aesthetically pleasing water wise landscape.

Synthetic grass allows the perfect balance between water conservation and beauty. In comparison to other plants and flowers, these plants require minimal water and up-keep. Make a mark in your conservation efforts.

Here are some great options for drought tolerant plants:

  1. Hummingbird Sage: This drought and frost tolerant plant grows beautiful rose-lilac color flowers and emits a fruity scent. Perfect for spring!
  1. Island Bush Poppy: This evergreen shrub blooms in the spring and tolerates cold temperatures. The yellow flowers make it the perfect plant to add a pop of color to your garden!
  1. Evening Primrose: A fragrant plant that grows flat on the ground and blooms beautiful pink and white flowers throughout spring and fall.
  1. Purple Sage: An evergreen shrub that grows light purple flowers and has fuzzy, white and green leaves. Added plus – this plant attracts butterflies!

Having a synthetic grass lawn allows the opportunity for creativity and eco-friendly conservation efforts. Synthetic grass paired with drought resistant plants can add color and depth to your lawn while keeping your water bills low.

Congratulations, Texas Custom Turf!

Congratulations to Texas Custom Turf, our September 2016 Install of the Month!

The Austin based installer has over 20 years of combined experience in home construction, landscaping, and award winning customer service.

The company specializes in everything ‘turf’ – xeriscaping, putting greens, residential landscapes – but owner Chris Neighbors said that he has noticed a new trend when it comes to artificial grass. “We have mostly dealt with residential installations, but our last few installs have been commercial properties.”

The most recent commercial artificial grass project was an 11,500 sq ft install of Diamond Light Fescue at the Westwood Country Club in downtown Austin, TX. “This install took a little extra TLC and attention to detail,” Neighbors said. “The club has large oak trees all over the property which required a different drainer layer underneath the turf.”

Neighbors said that the end result was everything the owners wanted. “We always try to go the extra mile for all of our clients,” he said. “It’s really important to us because a large amount of our business is based on referrals from our jobs.”

Neighbors believes that more businesses are looking to artificial grass due to the large amount of residential installs. “We’ll install for a home and then that person will be the owner of a small business or go into work and talk about how great their lawn looks,” he said. “Artificial grass really has some great benefits other than just saving water, it cuts back on the time and money spent maintaining a traditional lawn.”

For more information about this company, click here.

Ask JW: Rooftop & Balcony Installations

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.

For more information regarding the rooftop and balcony installations contact J.W. askjw@sgwcorp.com or call 888.846.3598

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