Do It Yourself Support and Tips

Yes.  With some tips and pointers from our expert sales and support staff, many ReTURF customers successfully install their own projects.

From unloading suggestions to pro installation tips, our ReTURF Team will guide you through multi-media communications including sketches, layout assistance, FaceTime interactive meetings, and other means of communicating the preparation and installation process.

Yes.  We are experts in what we call “DIY-Hybrid” projects, where our team provides detailed equipment, tool, equipment, and task lists for DIY or Volunteer-led projects where our parent company, UDC Sports, provides a portion of the project as professional contractor services.

ReTURF’s parent company, UDC Sports, is a full-service sports surfacing and equipment construction company.  We supply and/or install protective netting, scoreboards, in-ground equipment, bleachers, natural and other synthetic play surfaces, and many other play-space amenities typical for parks and athletic facilities.

Our DIY Blog and Learning Center

Does Used Artificial Turf Need Edging?

If you have ever seen a professional artificial turf installation, chances are that it was installed flush against a wall or other hard surface. This is because new artificial turf benefits from being installed against a

November 10th, 2022|Categories: Uncategorized|

Artificial Grass Can Improve Your Mood

Artificial grass can improve your mood. Find some subtle, or not so subtle ways to bring artificial grass indoors. It is common knowledge that indoor plants can bolster mental health; however, artificial grass can too. The

November 10th, 2022|Categories: General|

How AstroTurf Got Its Name

Many things have interesting backstories, and AstroTurf is no exception. The artificial turf we see today around sports fields and playgrounds have come a long way from its initial implementations. Learn more about the history of

November 8th, 2022|Categories: Quick Facts|

How to Fix Flattened Artificial Grass Blades

Natural grass blades stand up because of their cellular structure. However, over time and with wear, those once-springy grass blades can start to lay flat, fold, or even break. And when natural grass blades are broken

November 4th, 2022|Categories: General|

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