Transform Your Backyard with Artificial Grass

For many households around Colorado, having a kid-friendly backyard is every parent’s dream. It’s important for parents to have a place for their kids to run around and get all the wiggles out. In fact, consumers spend over $350 million on outdoor toys each year to help encourage a love of the great outdoors. Trampolines and play structures are two of the most popular types of outdoor toys. These two outdoor features will undoubtedly turn any backyard into a fun kid zone, but it’s not the same without artificial turf.

Play Structures 

A top concern for homeowners installing playsets at home is what’s below the playground. Parents typically are looking for a safe foundation for their kids to play on. Luckily, modern turf systems excel at safety.

A Safer Fall

Another benefit of installing artificial turf in your kid’s play area is its safety factor. Kids like to be free spirits. When they’re exploring and  jumping around, accidents are prone to happen. Luckily, with turf, you don’t need to worry so much about the impact of a fall. Our turf absorbs a significant amount of the fall compared to other outdoor surfaces. If wanted, a pad can be put underneath the artificial turf for additional safety. Only consider expert installers in this process as multiple steps are needed to place and secure each layer.


Artificial turf plays a huge role in outdoor play areas for kids. For starters, if you have natural grass trampolines are known for leaving a big area of dead grass. The trampoline’s black coating acts as a solar barrier, preventing grass from growing in the absence of direct sunlight. As a result, it doesn’t take long for the area beneath the trampoline to become unsightly. There are a variety of inventive solutions to avoid this situation, such as placing the trampoline on a mulch or pine bed or utilizing gravel, but if you want a lovely, green lawn beneath your trampoline, there is only one option: artificial grass.

Traditional Trampoline Set-Up

Setting up your trampoline on top of artificial grass is the traditional setup. Some people question if this is safe. Yes, putting a trampoline on artificial grass should be fine as long as there are no sharp edges. Most trampolines have rounded bars for the legs which makes it safe for your turf. The bars may flatten the artificial grass blades, but with a stiff brushing, it should bounce again.

We encourage you to explore your own passions as you create your dream backyard. Play volleyball or soccer. Relax poolside. Supervise the kids on the playset while you practice your putting skills. No matter how you use your backyard, an artificial turf system gives you the freedom to enjoy endless fun — all without leaving your house.

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