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Artificial Grass and the Environment

Artificial Grass and the Environment

As temperatures continue to be blisteringly hot, most cities have in place certain water restrictions or are facing water shortages.  Across the country, water remains the single most fundamental, necessary, and precious natural resource we have available.  However, despite spanning 71% of the Earth, just 1% of the water readily available to us is the […]

Installation Tip: Giving Yourself the Proper Base

Installation Tip: Giving Yourself the Proper Base

Artificial grass is an environmentally friendly solution that keeps outdoor spaces green and lush without the hassle of constant maintenance.  The synthetic surface saves an average of 55 gallons of water per square foot each year, has eliminated the need for millions of pounds of fertilizers and pesticides, and helps reduce noxious emissions from lawn […]

Keeping California Green with Turfscape

Keeping California Green with Turfscape

Southern California commercial complex chooses LRM, Ltd Landscape Architecture to design an outdoor space with synthetic grass for a maintenance free, green landscape.  Within the arid climate of the San Fernando Valley of southern California, Woodland Hills is known to experience some of the most extreme temperatures of the region.  The Los Angeles community faces […]

Get Summer Ready With Turfscape

Get Summer Ready With Turfscape

It’s  summer 2017 and our headquarters office in Austin, Texas is facing temperatures in the triple digits! With the sun shining bright and the heat dialing up, it’s more important than ever to be cognitive of your water usage at home. According to two studies conducted by the American Water Works Association released in 1999 […]

EPA Evidence Substantiates Turf Safety

EPA Evidence Substantiates Turf Safety

An athlete’s time spent training for their sport is comparable to that of a full time job.  Athletes spend hours upon hours in practice; for orientation week in football, 14 hour days are often the norm.  The NLRB estimates that a student athlete will spend 1,750 hours a year performing some sort of practice.  With […]