Artificial turf has come a long way since its inception as “AstroTurf” in 1966, at the Astrodome. The 2nd and 3rd generation series of artificial turf provides users a much more natural and lifelike experience. Utilizing longer fibers, softer root zones, and various other technologies have led to a safer and more realistic product.
Widely used in sports arena’s, artificial turf has made its way into residential and commercial use in more recent times. This is due to the ease of maintenance and the variety of issues it solves. Some of these issues include water savings, heavily shaded or indoor areas, and the amount of abuse it can take while remaining a quality surface.
Used artificial turf, though graded by its previous use and build quality, will still have many years of life left in it. In this, it is a recycled product that helps the environment through its continued use, while being provided at a much lower price point than its new counterparts.
This makes it an affordable alternative with excellent qualities for outdoor spaces in residential areas, indoor arena’s, gym training areas, local sports clubs, batting cages, pets, high school sports, and so much more. The creative DIY crowd is always coming up with inventive ways to utilize recycled turf in various projects. ReTURF provides quality used turf, recycled infill, and the various supplies required for self-installation.