Artificial Grass for Yarn Types
One of the most important aspects of any variety of artificial grass is best appreciated close up. Like really, REALLY close up. At Purchase Green we design our grasses using seven different yarn types, each offering a unique shape and set of attributes. The shape of the grass blade is related to how the grass looks, feels and performs. This section is designed to help you learn about the benefits offered each of our yarn types.
The Flat yarns is tried-and-true. Despite being no-frills, the Flat yarn nevertheless produces an amazingly realistic look and strong performance. Our grasses that feature the Flat yarn are legitimate utility players that can go just about anywhere. Sure, the Flat yarn doesn’t have any enhanced features in terms of memory technology, anti-luster or softness embellishment. But it still looks great just about anywhere in any architectural style. Specifically, it tends to add an incredibly subtle show value for homes with darker/warmer colors.
Flat yarns are generally good for low traffic applications. Over the years we’ve always asked our customers how they intend to use their grass to help ensure they get the right product. In many instances their response was that they simply want a lawn that looks amazing and is an environmentally-friendly, water-savings option that wasn’t going to endure tremendous foot traffic. The Flat yarn is perfect for such applications.
Color: Grasses with our Flat yarn have been installed all over the country in nearly every state where artificial grass is sold. Homeowners nationwide enjoy the lighter green hues which tend to match in-season grasses in a variety of climates.
Design: With the Flat yarn customers get a blade that is acclaimed for its vibrant green color. It also facilitates great visibility into the thatch below, which helps give unrivaled realism to grasses using the Flat yarn.
Performance: There’s no escaping the fact that the Flat yarn is not a high-performance grass. It was never intended to be. Rather, its chief concern is with looking good. You might say the Flat yarn is a narcissist – it prefers looking good rather than working hard. However, Flat yarn grasses with higher face weights, such as PG 70, are noticeably more durable thanks to the fact there’s a higher volume of individual Flat yarn fibers.