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The Artificial Grass Production Process


artificial grass production processMany early models of synthetic grass gained a reputation for discoloration. The vintage artificial grass production process was far less sophisticated than what we have today. Under direct exposure to sunlight, turf fibers begin to discolor at a disconcerting rate. After a couple of years, synthetic turf will look bland and unimpressive. This eventually became the general public’s consensus about artificial turf. Because of this reputation, some people are still skeptical about turf.


Instead of thinking that your turf is going to feel fake, imagine buying from a place like Artificial Turf Express. We have the best American-made turf in the Bay Area, and it’s nothing like the synthetic grass of yesteryear.

In old school turf manufacturing, the coloring materials were placed on turf’s surface, similar to paint. With today’s production process, the turf’s color is directly embedded in the blades. This allows the coloration to stay in the turf under all weather conditions.

To fend off UV rays from the sun, synthetic grass is treated with UV inhibitors. Consequently, our turf products retain their flexibility, suppleness, and appearance under all weather conditions. Whether in rain, snow, or heat, artificial turf simply stays beautiful all year around.

Due to our turf’s excellent structure and production, its consistency is far better than most realize. Our synthetic grass is guaranteed against fading or severe damage.