It’s exciting when your landscaping project gets underway, and artificial turf installation is no exception. If you’re wondering what to expect because you’ve never had this kind of work done on your property before, learn more about a typical installation experience here. 

You’ll Get a Pre-Installation Checklist

Your contractor may send you a pre-installation checklist to make sure that everything is ready for the big day. This may include clearing the area of existing grass and plants and leveling any uneven parts of your yard. You can also expect to be asked to keep pets and children indoors to avoid any possible risk to their safety. 

Your Installers Prep and Install Your Turf

The installation team works quickly since prepping the soil, putting down the underlayment and laying the turf over it are tasks they do daily. They’ll also rake the blades of grass upon completion so you have a photo-ready lawn right away. 

You’ll Get Maintenance Instructions

One of the best things about synthetic turf is how little care it needs. That said, there are a few things you’ll want to do periodically to ensure your grass looks natural and inviting for years to come. Ask any questions you need of your installers because they’re artificial turf pros. 

Looking for Artificial Turf Installation at Inland Empire Homes?

At Monarch Landscape & Design, we offer everything you need for a beautifully landscaped property that’s always inviting yet low-maintenance. We are locally owned and operated, and our only goal is to provide you with outstanding service when it comes to the design and implementation of your landscaping plans, including pet-friendly turf. Our skilled team utilizes premium rocks and materials to create rockscapes, ponds, artificial turf or hardscape driveways and patios with one-of-a-kind results. Contact us today, and let’s get started on your artificial turf installation with premium service from a 5-star team.

Best Artificial Turf Installation for a Beautiful Inland Empire Home

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Posted on November 9, 2023 | Published by Ignite Local | Related Local Business