Example of a tuscan patio design in Phoenix with no cover

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Mediterranean Patio, Phoenix

Example of a tuscan patio design in Phoenix with no cover - Houzz

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marymac2 wrote:June 10, 2012
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    EasyTurf
    7 years ago
    Presently FieldTurf leads the artificial grass industry in manufacturing excellence and product innovation. EasyTurf, the landscape arm of FieldTurf, supplies turf to commercial and residential clients throughout North America.

    The main differentiation in EasyTurf products is the MaxxFlow backing, a proprietary 100% permeable backing that drains faster and cleaner than any other turf backing, standing toe to toe with the best permeable paver technology. (video here www.youtube.com/watch?v=rPiptLLbaqs)

    Other artificial grass brands either have holes punched into the back for drainage or have to come to complete saturation before draining, absorbing bacteria, allergens, urine and other materials before draining.

    Feel free to check out the differences for yourself at EasyTurf.com and FieldTurf.com - as a point of reference FieldTurf leads the modern day sports field industry. 21 of 32 NFL teams play or practice on FieldTurf products.

    Hope that helps answer your question. Here are a couple of photos of recent installs.
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    Global Syn-Turf - Artificial Grass Supplier
    5 years ago
    Shawn, another option worthy of consideration is artificial grass products by Global Syn-Turf. Like EasyTurf, we are one of the leading manufacturers of artificial grass in the country. We offer a variety of products for a diversity of conditions, from front yards to playgrounds and sportsfields -- check out our website at www.globalsynturf.com, and I'm sure you'll find something to fulfill your needs! (Pictured below is a front yard installation of one of our products in Pacific Palisades, CA.)
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