The Most Trusted Artificial Grass Products In Canada
We have devoted over 30 years of research and development to creating the most natural-looking and durable products in the industry. Our line of landscape artificial turf features an array of products that accommodate low traffic areas to extremely high traffic areas, all while maintaining the Supersoft™ fiber technology. This one-of-a-kind technology enhances the softness of the artificial grass blades while maintaining its fiber strength and overall integrity.
Since our products are 100% made in America from start to finish, we have complete control over the manufacturing process. This allows us to pay extra attention to the little details that will make a huge difference in your yard.
Each individual layer is treated for ultraviolet degradation and exposure to extreme temperatures, which allows all ProGreen grass to look just as good as the day it was installed for years. We also ensure that all of our fibers are delustered, eliminating any unnatural shine that artificial grass may have. It’s this extra effort that allows you to enjoy a stunning, low-maintenance lawn for years to come.
As with all of our products, ProGreen landscape turf is completely free of lead and other heavy metals and safe for kids and pets.
The Traditional Base Construction
The traditional artificial golf green sub-base construction until now is the old tried and true method of installation. It consists mostly of a big excavation and disposal of existing soils from the site. This process is followed by replacing the extracted materials with a highly compactable stone aggregate. This method is still the go to method of a good golf green ball roll but in some instances, it poses problems over time.
The beefy base excavation process is not only tedious but perhaps more importantly environmentally problematic when introducing a new compacted stone aggregate into a landscaped environment. This highly compacted base allows for very poor drainage and as such the new base materials are considered by most to be detrimental to the environment especially if nearby vegetation, shrubbery or trees are part of the landscape.
Secondly, even the best installed compacted aggregate base is not without worry of degradation over the years. As an example, a heavy rainfall just before a big frost event can easily destroy the playability of the golf green, as can rodents tunneling under the green surface creating caverns throughout the surface.