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Raising the bar on artificial landscape grass.

Premium Plush

  • Moderate traffic, Families, Pets

  • Specifications:

  • Color: Field/olive green with tan/green thatch

  • Gauge: 3/8″

  • Face Weight: 75 oz

  • Pile Height: 1 3/4″

Putt Select

  • Putting

  • Specifications:

  • Color: Field/olive green with tan/green thatch

  • Gauge: 5/32"″

  • Face Weight: 45 oz

  • Pile Height: 0.59"

Early Morning 95

  • High Traffic, Families, Pets

  • Specifications:

  • Yarn: S shape Monofil PE+Curled PP

  • Gauge: 3/8″

  • Face Weight: 95 oz

  • Pile Height: 1.97″

Gen 40

  • Medium  traffic, Families, Pets

  • Specifications:

  • Full Roll size: 13.1"x100'

  • Gauge: 3/8″

  • Face Weight: 40 oz

  • Total Weight: 60 oz

  • Pile Height: 1.97"

Tortuga 60

  • High traffic, Families, Pets, Rooftops, Commercial landscaping

  • Specifications:

  • Color: Emerald green /olive green with tan/green thatch

  • Gauge: 3/8″

  • Face Weight: 60 oz

  • Full Roll Size: 15'x80'

  • Pile Height: 1.57"


  • Moderate traffic, Families, Pets, Sports, Playgrounds

  • Specifications:

  • Color: Lime green/olive green with tan/green thatch

  • Gauge: 3/8"

  • Face Weight: 60 oz

  • Full Roll Size: 15'x80'

  • Pile Height: 1 3/4″



Synthetic turf installation has many phases depending on how prepared your area is. Here are some simple steps for example:

  1.  Remove old grass/weeds

  2.  Define area

  3.  Remove dirt

  4.  Re-fill with Crusherfines, DG, or Engineers fill (for packing). This step is crucial because it creates a barrier between the dirt and your turf. Dirt expands and contracts with heat, cold, wet and dry. If you don't have that separation between the dirt and turf, expanding and contracting from the dirt will result in ruffling, stretching, and seam separation.

  5.  Create desired shape (if any) with packing material

  6.  Level,compact, fill, and repeat until surface is solid

  7.  Lay out synthetic turf and overlap seems by at least an inch and nail just one on each seem( if there is a seem) and cut   around boarders of designated synthetic turf area.

  8.  Once cut and sized, check for uneven edges and ripples

  9.  Hammer 5 inch nails around perimeter every 6 inches making sure to hold grass back before final hit on each nail to avoid blades getting stuck underneath nail head.

  10.  Bind seems if any (See Seeming Synthetic Turf below)

  11.  Pour infill evenly onto top of synthetic turf

  12.  Power rake against grains only going over each section twice.

Seaming Synthetic Turf:

This is its own section because it is so important. Seaming begins at step 7 above. Once turf is layed out, the seems should be overlapping before its cut around the designated area. This give some wiggle room in case further adjustments need to be made around edges, or if any edges where cut short. Here are the remaining steps to mending your seams:

1. Each side of the seam is cut ( each butting end of synthetic turf) so that they are exactly touching each other, not too far away but not too close that its creating a tent. The cuts are always made on the edge of each seam row removing any extra backing so that its turf blades touching turf blades. (a seam row is a row of stitched grass which is visible underneath the turf)


2. Once proper cuts are made, turf is peeled back on both sides to lay a woven fabric section which is nailed in.

Apply indoor/outdoor carpet adhesive to the woven fabric section so that both sides will be glued down.
Before laying each side back down onto the adhesive, each side must go down at the same time so that there are no grass blades going underneath and getting caught in the adhesive. This is very important because this could cause an un-even line.


3. After each side of the turf seam is set into the adhesive, plywood with weight is set on top for even curing for a minimum of 60 minutes.


4. Once cured (dried), the seam should appear as one section of synthetic turf. It can now be nailed, filled, and raked like any other section of turf.

Manufacturer Warranty:

All of the turf we install comes with a 16 year manufacturer warranty.

Installation Warranty:

Landco offers a 5 year workmanship guarantee in addition to the 16 year manufacturer warranty. We take pride in our work and even if the problem isn't our fault, 98% of the time, we will just fix it anyway. 

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