FAQ Main Photo
 

FAQ

Landscaping

Q. Why go with FieldTurf artificial grass for landscaping?

Q. What are the costs of a FieldTurf installation?

Q. How does the installed cost of FieldTurf compare to a sod or seeded lawn installation?

Q. Can I be provided a "Sample" of FieldTurf?

Q. Can I have FieldTurf everywhere that I have grass?

Q. What if I want to plant trees and shrubs or construct other landscape improvements after the installation?

Q. How long does it take to install FieldTurf?

Q. How long will FieldTurf last?

Q. Can I put swing sets and other child play equipment on FieldTurf?

Q. What about a child's safety of play?

Q. How are dogs and cats likely to react to FieldTurf?

Q. How do I maintain FieldTurf after it is installed?

Q. Will weeds grow?

Q. What about insects?

Q. What do I do about removing leaves and other dropped foliage?

Q. What happens when it rains?

Q. Are there any sub-surface drainage requirements for FieldTurf?

Q. How does FieldTurfdrain water in comparison to grass and earth?

Q. Are there any local permits or approvals required prior to installation?

Q. What do I do when underground utilities need to be accessed by myself or municipal and utility company authorities?

Q. What effect will the installation have on the value of my property?

Q. Does FieldTurf possess any Federal, State or other Jurisdictional "approvals" or "designations" relating to it's installation or use?

Q. Can FieldTurf fade in color over time?

Q. What do I do if FieldTurf is vandalized?

Q. Do I need to contact my insurance company regarding my installation?

Q. How does FieldTurf feel to bare feet?

Q. Can the sand & rubber infills be tracked and transported by shoes or clothing?

Q. Can the sand & rubber infill be blown around by the wind?

Q. Will FieldTurf freeze, or the surface become especially icy under cold temperatures?

Q. Under winter snow cover, does FieldTurf appear particularly unnatural or especially artificial?

Q. Can FieldTurf be installed over asphalt or concrete?

Q. What about Gophers? Rabbits?

Q. What concern do I need to have for dropped cigarettes or surface fire in general?

Q. Is there anything about an FieldTurf installation that may cause an allergic reaction or pose a health risk to adults, children or pets?

Field Turf Frequently Asked Questions

Putting Greens

Q. What kind of shapes and slopes can you have on a putting green?

Q. What kind of green speeds can I expect on a Field Turf putting green?

Q. What kind of maintenance is required for the putting green?

Q. Will a Field Turf putting green receive a shot from the fairway?

Q. What is the putting green surface made of?

Q. What is the base material under the synthetic turf?

Q. Will the putting green drain?

Q. What is the life expectancy for a Field Turf putting green?

Q. Is there a minimum square footage for putting greens?

Q. What is the warranty and how much does the warranty cost?

Q. Will the turf fade from UV or is it protected?

Q. Can I buy the turf from Field Turf and install it myself?

Q. Who manufactures the synthetic turf?

Q. How much does it cost to have a putting green installed?

Tee Lines and Tee Boxes

Q. What is the recommended size for a tee line on the driving range?

Q. What kind of maintenance is required for the tee line or tee box?

Q. Will the tee line or tee box drain?

Q. What is the life expectancy for a Field Turf tee line or tee box?

Q. What is the Tee Line and Tee Box surface made of?

Q. What is the base material under the tee line or tee box?

Q. How much will I spend on infill and how do I buy it?

Q. Can I place my tee line on the front of the driving range tee?

Q. Can I open my tee line when there is frost on the ground?

Q. Will you provide me a list of courses that have installed Field Turf?

General Questions

Q. What about kids playing on FieldTurf?

Q. Can the artificial grass be damaged?

Q. Are maintenance plans available?

Q. I've heard that the rubber infill materials used in artificial grass may float.    Is that true, and will that cause any problems during heavy rains?

Q. Why is rubber used in the infill process?

Q. Do you manufacture your own grass?

Pets, Frequently Asked Questions

Q. How do you clean it?

Q. Will dogs eat it?     Will the dogs dig out the fibers?

Q. What cleaning chemicals can we use?

Q. Can it be installed indoors?

Q. Where is it installed commercially at kennels or dog daycares?

Landscaping

Why go with FieldTurf artificial grass for landscaping?

Artificial grass, done right, can give you back your beautiful lawn without the hassle. No watering, no mowing, no fading, no edging, no fertilizing, no chemicals, no pet damage, no pests, no allergies and no muddy paw prints...and a lower overall cost too.
Back to top

  

What are the costs of a FieldTurf installation?

Not much, when you evaluate the savings over time.   What is important to understand is that total costs are a function of the installed products in combination with installation labor.

Caution is advised that many competitors of FieldTurf mislead their potential customers by quoting a price that is not all-inclusive. It is also important to understand that synthetic grass installation generally includes some general landscaping work, and sometimes, special site excavation which is not typically considered a part of the synthetic grass pricing.
Back to top

  

How does the installed cost of FieldTurf compare to a sod or seeded lawn installation?

It costs more........but, this question poses a comparison which Fieldturf was not designed nor intended to compete. A sod or seeded landscape, without a sprinkler system installation, can be installed for less. But, over the life cycle of FieldTurf, all sod and seeded landscape will exceed "all-in" care and maintenance costs by 7 to 15 times. In fact, FieldTurf will pay for itself in comparison to a seeded landscape in less than 5 years. Furthermore, the installation can be financed as a regular home improvement or commercial property lease.
Back to top

  

Can I be provided a "Sample" of FieldTurf?

Yes...but it is probably not necessary. FieldTurf is not a carpet. Appreciation of the quality of it's manufacturing, the superiority it's performance, and its unequaled natural appearance can best be achieved when viewing it in the installed form.
Back to top

 

Can FieldTurf be purchased by the property owner as an "INSTALL IT YOURSELF" product?

No, and it is not advised.   The skills required are taught, learned and perfected, over time, by FieldTurfs licensed DEALERS.    They possess the facilities, equipment and manpower necessary to perform the tasks in the most efficient and proficient manners dictated. "Do it yourselfers" will find the installation procedures tedious and the required material and equipment logistics difficult to arrange for and provide.
Back to top

  

Can I have FieldTurf everywhere that I have grass?

Yes, you can........and, in fact, you can have FieldTurf in places where grass won't grow. The better question is "What are the best design objectives of a synthetic grass installation?"

Natural grass is not landscape. It is merely a "filler space" within what generally is described, in the broader context, as landscaping. A landscape includes plants, trees, shrubs, flowers and ornamentation. When considering a FieldTurf installation, it is advisable to view it as an adornment that is, itself, as much a "feature" of the landscape as anything else in it. It is not appropriate to view it as just a "filler space" replacement to grass. Careful, long term design considerations are important to the decision of the extent of its coverage.

FieldTurf prides itself on being the highest quality artificial grass in the market. Thoughtful and practical layout and design considerations, relative to the area to be covered, is important to the achievement of added beauty at the most minimal cost.
Back to top

  

What if I want to plant trees and shrubs or construct other landscape improvements after the installation?

Do it yourself or call the installer........Cutting out and removing the FieldTurf to accommodate new plantings is very easily accomplished by anyone. Re-edging of the cut areas can also be accomplished by anyone and in many different, and, obvious ways. Speaking with your installer regarding this potential at the time of the original installation shall relieve any concerns. A later consultation, is always welcomed, but, is not a necessity.
Back to top

  

How long does it take to install FieldTurf?

Not long at all,........The typical residential or commercial landscaping installation can be accomplished in a few days and virtually all but the especially large or complex are completed in several days.     Golf and larger applications will take longer, and can be estimated early in the process.
Back to top

  

How long will FieldTurf last?

A long time,........The FieldTurf products and infill specifications have been time tested at installations that have been in existence for more than 15 years.    The product is warranted for 8 years.
Back to top

 

Can I put swing sets and other child play equipment on FieldTurf?

Our warranties specifically exclude the installation of play equipment on FieldTurf.   
Back to top

  

What about a child's safety of play?

It is improved,........What is absolutely certain, and a matter of common sense, is that FieldTurf presents a surface that is softer than many forms of natural earth and grass. Furthermore, FieldTurf is less abrasive and consistently free of the sharp stones and protruding objects typically rising to the surface in natural soils. The sliding soles of children's feet have virtually no wear and tear effect on the synthetic surface. Lastly, a child's play will never result in the staining and muddying in clothing or the potential of dangerous wood splinters that is so common to traditional play surfaces.
Back to top

  

How are dogs and cats likely to react to FieldTurf?

With indifference,........Dogs could care less and will generally conduct their business as always. Cats seem to gravitate to bordering planting beds. Nevertheless, and regardless of a pet's preferences, their business is and can be more easily removed and washed away on FieldTurf than it can on grass with no harm or effect on the synthetic fibers. Such cannot be said of grass.  
Back to top

  

How do I maintain FieldTurf after it is installed?

With ease,........The only maintenance recommendation is that FieldTurf be raked with a leaf rake or gone over with a stiff broom a few times a year. The purpose of raking is to stand-up the fibers and to reconstitute the infill, and to gather weeds, seeds, foliage and refuge typically deposited by winds and weather.
Back to top

  

Will weeds grow?

Yes,........The sand and rubber infill of FieldTurf will provide a hydraponic environment in which wind blown seeds can and will take root. The FieldTurf backing material, however, provides a strong barrier that dramatically inhibits root growth to the underlying stone and soils. What this means is that weeds are easily plucked or can even be removed by a leaf rake that actually benefits and improves upon the installation.
Back to top

  

What about insects?

Not an issue,........Initially, surface insects are eliminated entirely. Over time and with the introduction of precipitation and wind-borne minerals and nutrients, the infills can support and sustain insect life. Neither the infills nor the synthetic grass themselves are, however, conducive to infestation at any level comparable to grass.
Back to top

  

What do I do about removing leaves and other dropped foliage?

It is of no concern,........Leaves can be blown off or raked up. Both processes actually improve upon the appearance of the FieldTurf. In fact, casual appearing leaves and dropped foliage help to promote a naturalness that is desirable.
Back to top

  

What happens when it rains?

FieldTurf gets wet,........What is interesting is that FieldTurf will dry in about the same or slightly less amount of time as grass, and, as it dries naturally, there does not exist the underlying inconvenience of muddy soils.
Back to top

  

Are there any sub-surface drainage requirements for FieldTurf?

FieldTurf prides itself on a manufacturing and installation system that is superior to all others. The percolation and surface runoff characteristics of that system actually meets or exceeds the performance of natural grass and soils under even severe storm conditions.     Depending upon the size of the installation, some sub-surface drainage may be installed.    Most residential applications do not require added drainage.
Back to top

  

How does FieldTurfdrain water in comparison to grass and earth?

The same or better,........ FieldTurf is manufactured with a patented drainage design involving channels of permeability over the entire surface of the backing other than that comprising the coated fiber rows. No other synthetic grass in the market possesses FieldTurf's porosity. The resultant effect is that any water landing upon the grass fiber surface has the capability of being absorbed by the ground at about the same rate as it would if a screen door was placed upon it.

Adding to the drainage capacity is the fact that the sub-base, sand and rubber infill will retain heavy rain down-pours for a more natural absorption rate by the ground beneath. Under the most extreme weather circumstances, FieldTurf will begin to surface drain, and, when doing so, the run-off is identical to that of natural grass.
Back to top

  

Are there any local permits or approvals required prior to installation?

Typically, there are none,........In very rare instances there have been a few localities that have raised some attention. They generally do so as a result of misinformation or disinformation. Their attention generally relates solely to those installations involving sub-surface drainage controls which do not pertain to a FieldTurf installation. In any event, your authorized installer can respond to any specific questions in this regard.  
Back to top

  

What do I do when underground utilities need to be accessed by myself or municipal and utility company authorities?

No big deal,........About the same if not less of a problem than with grass. Simply cut the FieldTurf and roll it back from the area to be excavated. When completed with the operation, compact the soils, move the carpet back over the area and rake the infills into place. You may wish to contact your authorized FieldTurf installer for assistance or guidance regarding the procedures.
Back to top

  

What effect will the installation have on the value of my property?

Such is a matter of opinion........Most people tend to view "limited maintenance" as an enhancement to value or, at least, an inducement to property resale ability.  
Back to top

 

Does FieldTurf possess any Federal, State or other Jurisdictional "approvals" or "designations" relating to it's installation or use?  

This question should be addressed with the local installer.  
Back to top

  

Can FieldTurf fade in color over time?

No,........FieldTurf is not a dyed fiber. It is homogeneous in its manufacture and will retain its color regardless of wear or climatic conditions. Over an extremely extended period of time, ultra-violet light will ultimately have a degradation effect but never a significant discoloration effect.
Back to top

  

What do I do if FieldTurf is vandalized?

File a claim under your property insurance,........You can expect standard deductibles to be applicable. Most vandal circumstances can be corrected by the property owner. In severe circumstances, a call to your installer is advised.
Back to top

 

Do I need to contact my insurance company regarding my installation?

It is recommended........Most home and business owners' standard perils property insurance will automatically provide for coverage of synthetic grass under the provisions that apply to decks, barbecues, patios, outdoor furnishings in place, and, other sorts of personal property. Most interesting is that grass and other living ground cover is not insured in standard policies.
Back to top

   

How does FieldTurf feel to bare feet?

Soft,........and pretty much exactly like grass except that the infill and ground beneath provides for a more cushioned step. The surface temperature may be slightly higher than natural grass.
Back to top

   

Can the sand & rubber infills be tracked and transported by shoes or clothing?

Yes, slightly,........but not to any level of appreciable notice! The infills might be particularly transported on the soles of feet after a rain, but, not to any more degree than is common dirt or cut grass clippings transported when wet. More relevant is that the infill is clean, non-staining and easily swept or vacuumed.
Back to top

   

Can the sand & rubber infill be blown around by the wind?

Not really,........except that a hurricane or tornado may cause some displacement! Within a short amount of time, and with the occurrence of weather and dusts, the infill actually compact and consolidate to a desirable surface density. This density is only marginally less solid than common soils while, nevertheless, maintaining a greater and more suitable porosity.  
Back to top

 

Will FieldTurf freeze, or the surface become especially icy under cold temperatures?

Not any more so than grass,........FieldTurf and its infill system is slower to freeze, faster to thaw and is not materially harmed in any way as a result of temperature. It even acts as a blanket to the frost conditions of the soils beneath it.
Back to top

   

Under winter snow cover, does FieldTurf appear particularly unnatural or especially artificial?

Absolutely not,........Although the perfection of color and quality may be inexplicable, it is not overly dramatic and generally goes unnoticed by most casual observers.
Back to top

   

Can FieldTurf be installed over asphalt or concrete?

Yes it can,........Such an installation requires either a gradual natural slope for surface drainage or a special underlayment for a sub-surface drainage system. The latter introduces some additional costs. The surface produced is just as natural looking as grass, but is substantially harder than installations on natural earth.
Back to top

   

What about Gophers? Rabbits?

Say goodbye to pesky critters! FieldTurf will eliminate any troubles you have with rabbits and gophers. Rabbits will no longer ruin your lawn by eating your grass and gophers cannot come up through the turf.
Back to top

 

What concern do I need to have for dropped cigarettes or surface fire in general?

Virtually none,........FieldTurf does not burn, and the rubber consistency of it's sand and rubber infill is not dense enough to sustain a fire. A lit cigarette, may, in extremely dry circumstances, cause immediately touching fibers to bend or distort but not to any degree that is noticeable. Accelerates, such as gasoline, will cause harm to the immediate area to about the same degree as would occur on natural grass. Fire is not a good thing under any circumstances, but the installation itself poses no appreciably added need for concern.
Back to top

 

Is there anything about an FieldTurf installation that may cause an allergic reaction or pose a health risk to adults, children or pets?

None at all,........The specified materials comprising FieldTurf and its in-fills are absolutely sterile, hypo-allergenic, non-toxic, non-carcinogen materials that are common to the everyday life of every person and animal on the planet.
Back to top

   

Field Turf Frequently Asked Questions

Putting Greens

What kind of shapes and slopes can you have on a putting green?

All of our putting greens can be custom shaped and sloped to the same characteristics of a natural turf putting green. We will create left-right, right-left and straight putts based on the size of the putting green.
Back to top

 

What kind of green speeds can I expect on a Field Turf putting green?

The average speed of our putting greens measure a 10 on the stimpmeter. The speed can be increased by using a roller or slowed by using a brush to stand the fibers more upright.
Back to top

 

What kind of maintenance is required for the putting green?

The maintenance for a Field Turf putting green is minimal. Maintenance consists of keeping the green free of debris which can be done with a low speed blower. Additionally, it is important to keep natural turf from growing in with the synthetic turf. This can be accomplished by spraying the encroaching natural turf with a product such a Round Up. The Round Up will not harm the synthetic turf and will prevent the encroaching natural turf from spreading. This can be done on an "as needed" basis.
Back to top

 

Will a Field Turf putting green receive a shot from the fairway?

Yes. Field Turf putting greens are built to receive shots from the fairway and from around the green. Our patented infill of silica sand and cryogenic rubber provide a surface that will receive a shot very similar to that of a natural turf putting green.   For longer shots, we install a shock pad underneath the turf for added effectiveness.
Back to top

 

What is the putting green surface made of?

The synthetic turf is a polypropylene fiber. The infill is a combination of silica sand and cryogenic rubber.
Back to top

 

What is the base material under the synthetic turf?

The base material is a combination of ¾ inch gravel stone and 3/8 inch stone dust. The stone is shaped and rolled to provide a solid foundation for the synthetic turf to be installed on.
Back to top

 

Will the putting green drain?

Yes. Our putting greens are shaped to allow for 90% to 95% of the water (rain) to surface drain off the turf. The remaining water will be absorbed into the infill material.
Back to top

 

What is the life expectancy for a Field Turf putting green?

Field Turf putting greens are warranted for 8 years.
Back to top

 

Is there a minimum square footage for putting greens?

We recommend 250 square feet per hole and have minimum project sizes which are decided on a local or regional basis.    Typically a green which is less than 800 square feet does not look realistic.
Back to top

 

What is the warranty and how much does the warranty cost?

The synthetic turf is warranted for 8 years and the installation work is warranted for 1 year. The warranty is included in the price of installation.
Back to top

 

Will the turf fade from UV or is it protected?

The synthetic turf is protected against fading from UV rays and is included in the warranty.
Back to top

 

Can I buy the turf from Field Turf and install it myself?

Field Turf is a design and installation company that specializes in the sale and installation of synthetic turf. All of our installations are performed by our own crew of professional, experienced installers. This assures you of receiving the finest quality workmanship and installation by our own staff.
Back to top

 

Who manufactures the synthetic turf?

FieldTurf is the manufacturer of the turf and has been responsible for the sale and installation of synthetic turf football fields for more than 1,500 sports fields around the world. The fields include Giants Stadium, Georgia Dome, Tropicana Field and Seahawks Stadium.

 

How much does it cost to have a putting green installed?

Prices are quoted on a project basis, and are vary around the country. Please contact us for a free estimate.
Back to top

 

Tee Lines and Tee Boxes

What is the recommended size for a tee line on the driving range?

We recommend a minimum 15' width which will allow for a 4 to 5 day rotation of the hitting surface. This will reduce the number of days required to maintain the tee line. The length of the tee line can be determined by the available space on the driving range. As a rule of thumb, we recommend 10' spacing per player on the driving range tee. A 120' tee line would accommodate 12 players hitting balls at the same time.
Back to top

 

What kind of maintenance is required for the tee line or tee box?

There is a moderate amount of maintenance required in order to keep the tee line or tee box performing at an optimal level. It is recommended that an area which has been hit from repeatedly on a driving range tee line be "spot topdressed" before rotating back to that spot for another day of hitting balls. Spot topdressing can be performed by transferring a small amount of infill into the hitting area and then raking and smoothing the infill. The raking and smoothing can be performed with a "carpet rake" which is provided by Field Turf. Depending on the amount of use, topdressing of the entire tee line may be performed every 30 to 60 days.   Tee boxes require less maintenance due to less usage but would be performed in a similar fashion. Prevention of natural turf from growing on the tee line or tee box can be accomplished by spraying the natural turf with a product such as Round Up which will not harm or affect the synthetic turf.
Back to top

 

Will the tee line or tee box drain?

Yes. Our tee lines and tee boxes are shaped to allow for 80% to 85% of the water (rain) to surface drain off the turf. The remaining water is absorbed into the infill, or percolates through the surface and base.
Back to top

 

What is the life expectancy for a Field Turf tee line or tee box?

Tee lines and tee boxes are warranted for 8 years.
Back to top

 

What is the Tee Line and Tee Box surface made of?

The synthetic turf is a polyethylene fiber. The infill is a combination of silica sand and cryogenic rubber.
Back to top

 

What is the base material under the tee line or tee box?

The base material is a combination of ¾ inch gravel stone and 3/8 inch stone dust. The stone is rolled and laser leveled to provide a solid foundation for the synthetic turf to be installed on.
Back to top

 

How much will I spend on infill and how do I buy it?

An average tee line of 1900 square feet can expect to spend between $700 and $1000 annually on infill depending on usage. Our patented infill is sold through Field Turf and can be ordered through your sales representative or by contacting our Field Turf office at 904-285-4657.
Back to top

 

Can I place my tee line on the front of the driving range tee?

Yes you can; however, we recommend the back of the driving range tee. By placing the tee line at the back of the tee, you can eliminate divots from flying onto the synthetic turf which could contaminate the turf. Placing the tee line at the back of the driving range tee prevents foot traffic during times of overseeding, fertilizing or during other times when you want to discourage golfers from walking onto the natural turf.
Back to top

 

Can I open my tee line when there is frost on the ground?

Yes. A Field Turf tee line allows you to open your driving range even when your golf course is closed due to a frost delay.
Back to top

 

Will you provide me a list of courses that have installed Field Turf?

Yes. Field Turf will provide a list of courses where we have installed our product and been given permission to supply the name and phone number of the person to contact.
Back to top

 

General Questions

What about kids playing on FieldTurf?

Kids love it! FieldTurf is softer and safer than real grass and they have loads of fun playing on it. Some consider it their own personal sports field. Parents love the fact that there are no more stained pants and scraped knees.    In fact, Fieldturf is the turf-of-choice of hundreds of daycare centers around the nation.
Back to top

 

Can the artificial grass be damaged?

The grass can be damaged by intentional vandalism or open flame, however, it can usually be cleaned with typical cleaning solvents.     In the case of a burn (as from a cigar), the surface could be patched using replacement materials.    The surfaces are flame resistant, but will melt under open flame.
Back to top

 

Are maintenance plans available?

Installers or dealers are available for routine maintenance visits if desired.    These cost-effective plans can ensure the products are maintained at the highest level.
Back to top

 

I've heard that the rubber infill materials used in artificial grass may float.    Is that true, and will that cause any problems during heavy rains?

The rubber used in our infill process is cryogenically treated.    That means it has been through a process to eliminate air particles from the rubber by freezing it to extreme temperatures during the pulverization process.    Removing the air makes the crumb rubber less likely to float.    Just after a new installation, a small amount of rubber is lost from the top of the surface.    This is expected, planned for, and presents no negative impact on the artificial grass.
Back to top

 

Why is rubber used in the infill process?

The cryogenic rubber used in the infill is specially designed to prevent compaction of the infill and maintain a soft, realistic feel to the grass.    Sand, alone, may compact over time.    The rubber prevents this compaction, and is the only process we have identified which is effective, regardless of the shape of the sand.
Back to top

 

Do you manufacture your own grass?

Fieldturf, with facilities in Dalton, Georgia, is the manufacturer of the grass.    Field Turf is an exclusive distributor of FieldTurf.    The warranty is provided by the manufacturer, FieldTurf.
Back to top

 

Pets, Frequently Asked Questions

How do you clean it?

Liquids drain right through, droppings can be picked up as they would be with regular grass and/or washed off with a hose, and dogs can't dig through it.   The product "Simply Green" works for cleaning many areas, and is used by our kennel customers.    For a list of other products to clean and sanitize, see below.
Back to top

 

Will dogs eat it?     Will the dogs dig out the fibers?

Animals are not interested in the turf, and this has not been a problem with our pet owners, and commercial boarding facilities.
Back to top

 

What cleaning chemicals can we use?

The ability to apply a type of bacteria fighting chemical, cleaner and deodorizer is required to keep the surface clean. We have talked with kennels using our product and they speak highly of the product "Simply Green" as a very good cleaner, disinfectant and deodorizer. Another bio-active odor counteractant is AlphaZymePlus. There are a number of disinfectants that are available on the market. The target should be a full spectrum germicide that kills bacteria, fungi, and viruses. The most common product in this business is the quaternary ammonium chloride compounds or Quats. Trade names such as, KennelSol®, Roccal-D, Parvasol II, Cetylcide II, A-33 Dry, Quatracide, and AirChem products can be used. AlphaZymePlus has bio-active stabilized bacterial spores that use enzymes to breakdown and remove animal organic compounds. Byproduct is CO2 and water.
Back to top

 

Can it be installed indoors?

Yes, with appropriate drainage installed below the turf.     We do not recommend heavy pet applications indoors without drainage ability.  
Back to top

 

Where is it installed commercially at kennels or dog daycares?

San Diego Humane Society
5500 Gaines Street
San Diego, CA 92110
619-299-7012

The Animal Keeper
12280 Oak Knoll Road
Poway, CA 92064
(858) 748-9676

The Animal Keeper
3532 College Boulevard
Oceanside, CA 92056
760-941-3221

Oceanside Pet Hotel
2909 San Luis Rey Road
Oceanside, CA 92054
760-757-2345

Breton's School For Dog's and Cats
1455 Lawrence Road
Danville, CA 94506
925-736-6231

Fuzzie Buddies
1212 N 34th St, Tampa, FL
Owner - Edie Wilhoit
813-247-2111

Pete & Mac's Pet Resort
8809 Monrovia
Lenexa, KS 913-888-8889
Brandee Harris - Manager
913-888-8889


Back to top