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.
More and more people are turning to fake grass landscaping utilizing artifical turf for residential lawns, concrete areas, play areas, and commercial/business use. Regardless of which application best suits your needs, understanding some basics about the
When it comes to financing your artificial turf project you may find that costs escalate quickly. This can be due to material needs, project size, contractors, or prep work. While, at this point, you already know
Artificial turf lines the floors of professional sports fields, gyms, batting cages, yards, and landscapes. During these installations and removals, there are several small pieces of turf that would most likely be destined for a landfill.
This is not an all-inclusive artificial turf installation guide. Instead, it is meant to prep you for what the installation entails to help better understand and plan for the process. There is a payoff at
One of the most fun parts of practicing a sustainable lifestyle is getting creative with reusing and repurposing materials. Instead of letting old artificial turf take up valuable space in a landfill, let's start thinking creatively.
Building a stadium is a huge undertaking that comes with many considerations. You’ve probably answered the easy questions like “what activities will be done here?” and “how many people will the stadium hold?” But once you