Taking on a redevelopment project can lend to a prime opportunity to install artificial turf. It is durable, low-maintenance, eco-friendly, and versatile. It can be used to create a variety of spaces, from playgrounds to rooftop shared spaces to backyards.
Reduced Water Usage
Increased Property Value
Let artificial turf set your redevelopment project apart. Artificial turf gives immediate curb-appeal and long term cost savings with no/low maintenance and water use reduction.
Residential | Urban Environments | Apartments | Multi-Family
Making an Old Development New
Artificial turf can be used to create refreshed areas for dilapidated properties. Unused or underutilized properties in urban areas can be repurposed with artificial turf, making them more attractive and usable. For example, open property lots that can be repurposed as a children’s safe playground or a small court for tennis or pickleball.
Green Where Green Doesn’t Grow
Artificial turf can also be used to create green spaces in areas where natural grass is difficult to grow or maintain. For example, rooftops, balconies, and small courtyards can be transformed into lush green spaces with artificial turf, creating much-needed greenery in dense urban areas.
An Overall Smart Decision
Artificial turf is also eco-friendly. Traditional lawns require large amounts of water to maintain, which can be particularly challenging in drought-prone areas. Artificial turf, on the other hand, requires no water to maintain its lush appearance, making it an excellent choice for properties in regions like Colorado. Moreover, artificial turf does not require fertilizers or pesticides, which can harm the environment and wildlife.