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As watering restrictions across the western United States are changing lush lawns into desert, people are turning to environmentally-friendly artificial grass to bring the green back to their yards. Becoming a Territory Holder with Purchase Green opens up a world of opportunities for landscape contractors, builders, and entrepreneurs looking to embrace this exceptional and unique opportunity. Our partnership program provides everything you need from territorial rights, a modern website, marketing materials, and online advertising to complete business support.
Here’s a look at some of the drivers catalyzing the demand for artificial grass, and the benefits of collaborating with an eco-friendly business that has the largest artificial grass distribution network in the United States:
Note: Purchase Green no longer carries Envirofill. However, a suitable alternative may be selected as part of the system.
This is part 3 of 3 in our series describing how to install artificial grass. The first part of our artificial grass installation series discussed sub-base preparation and the steps involved in securing a proper sub base.
The second video included information related to the application of artificial grass like unrolling, cutting and seaming your grass. And this third installment includes information about infilling artificial grass and the different types of infill that are available to use.
This is part 2 of a 3 part series that describes in detail how to install artificial grass. The first artificial grass installation video covered sub-base preparation and the steps involved in securing a proper sub base. This second how-to includes steps related to the application of the artificial grass including unrolling, cutting and seaming your grass.
This is part 1 of a 3 part series that will describe in detail how to install artificial grass. This first part discusses sub-base preparation and the steps involved in securing a proper sub base. These first steps include excavation and choosing, among other things, a sub base material, weed barrier, perimeter board and base compaction. And be sure to check back to see parts 2 and 3 in the next week or so.
Purchase Green offers artificial grasses at a variety of different price points so that you can find the right grass for your lifestyle at the right price. Below you’ll find a list of our more budget-friendly grasses.
Purchase Green artificial grasses come in a variety of different colors so you can match your lawn to the natural landscape in your region.
Our proprietary Purchase Green line features a spring bi-color grass with a green and brown thatch that has a very natural look, similar to late-season winter rye. This grass is available in the following products:
We’ve all been there before, that moment of envy when we see pictures of how some industrious homeowner found a way to make their backyard even more awesome. From backyard putting greens to personal driving ranges, incorporating your favorite hobby into your backyard setup is every golfer’s dream, but for most of us, that dream may seem prohibitively expensive.
If you’ve been shopping around for artificial grass, you’ve probably come across some terms you’re unfamiliar with. To help out, we’ve put together a list of words and phrases that we get a lot of questions about. And of course, please give us a call if we can be of any other additional help! (888) 573-1138
Pile height – Pile height is the height of the tall, uncurled fiber in the grass.
Gauge – The gauge is the distance between stitch rows. The measurements are typically 3/8″, 1/2″, or 5/8″ for landscaping grasses, and are typically tighter for putting greens (3/16″ or 5/32″) and wider for traditional sports grasses (up to 3/4″) (more…)
Christmas is just a few days away, but don’t worry — you still have time to get your lawn perfect for Santa’s arrival! Here are two ways that can help you create a perfect Christmas-themed lawn regardless of whether you have a natural lawn or artificial grass.