Bay Area Synthetic Grass Installation
The overall superiority of synthetic grass available today (aka turf) is simply unmatched by traditional grass.
No Water or Associated Cost
Our synthetic turf is the perfect solution for dramatically lowering your monthly water bill. No watering translates to savings of up to 70% on your water bill = $500 per year for the average U.S. Household.
Never mow, weed, or fertilize your lawn ever again-just enjoy it. It will stay green all year round and for years to come. About the only thing you’ll need to do is blow off any surface debris such as leaves.
The elimination of harmful pesticides and fertilizers makes it safe for you, kids, pets, and the environment.
Ask a landscaper to provide a multi-year warranty on natural grass and you’ll probably make them giggle. That’s because nobody does it. We’re so confident in the longevity of our synthetic turf lawns that we offer a 5-year installation warranty and a 7-10 year manufacturer’s warranty on synthetic turf depending upon the type of synthetic grass installed. Rest assured, a synthetic turf installed by Viking Pavers is a worry-free investment that will provide enjoyment for years to come.
Natural Look & Feel
Our synthetic turf features a remarkable natural look and feel. Selections include a variety of colors, heights, and textures, as well as monotone and duotone styles. See synthetic grass sample photos.
Green Year Round without Effort
Natural grass requires a lot of water, money, and effort to look good. Our synthetic grass will look green year round without effort.
Mud Free & Stain Free
Walk on it in the rain and slide around on it without worry. You won’t pick up mud on your shoes or get grass stains on your clothes. Your kids will have to find another way to get dirty.
Is Natural Lawn That Bad for The Environment?
Yes, caring for a natural lawn has a huge, negative impact on the environment. Between water waste, mowing, and chemical treatments, it’s one of the most wasteful parts of any home.
According to the EPA, over one-third of residential water is used for lawn irrigation nationwide, totaling over 4 billion gallons of water a day. 40-60% of the nitrogen fertilizer applied to natural grass lawns ends up in surface and groundwater, leading to contamination and impaired ecological health in our rivers, lakes, ponds and coastal waters.
According to the EPA, a traditional gas-powered lawn mower produces as much air pollution as 43 new cars driving 12,000 miles. Over 17 million gallons of gas and oil are spilled each year from refueling lawn equipment-that is more oil than was spilled by the Exxon Valdez.