Benefits of Synthetic Grass Include:

    • Save money on weekly lawn maintenance

    • Save money and rid the environment of harsh chemical fertilizers

    • Save money on watering your lawn. You are helping to conserve water, which is one of our most precious resources

    • Our synthetic grass/turf can be installed around shaded areas where real grass has difficulty growing, just think, no more muddy paw prints.  Ask us about our Dog-E Grass

    • Last but not least, you will have Always Green Grass throughout the year!
Green Year Round
The synthetic grass/turf industry started in the early 60s. The opening of the Worlds first fully enclosed stadium, in 1965, the Houston Astrodome, created an instant market. Most people when thinking of synthetic grass/turf associate it with sports arenas and playground areas. Over the last 5 years there has been tremendous advancement to the technology in the manufacturing of synthetic grass/turf. Now, synthetic grass is becoming popular among homeowners.

After several months of researching the synthetic grass/turf industry, and in an effort to solve the unique needs of high profile clientele, who want only the best, Richard selected the finest, made in the USA, synthetic grass.

With a professional and dedicated staff, we address all issues, such as drainage, irrigation, topography, design and much more to give your project the perfect look. We have a track record with both the conscientious homeowner who wants a great looking yard and also with several large commercial projects in the DFW area. Who says you cant have it all? Let us show you how you can conserve water, help the environment, save money and still have a beautiful and lush looking landscape with all of our products and services. We are licensed, insured and very responsive to our clients needs. Give us a call for more details.
Click the link below to see our company in the news, and what a difference having synthetic grass can make. This was a news story called "Drought prompts real growth in fake backyard grass" shown on WFAA Channel 8.