Artificial Grass Superstore is your “One-Stop Shop Supplier” for artificial grass and all related turf accessory products. At Artificial Grass Superstore, every product we offer is in stock and ready for immediate shipment or pickup. In addition to the turf products we sell, we also offer a complete rental program on turf and all the necessary installation equipment required.
Made in the U.S.A.
We believe that quality starts here in the USA. For this very reason, we have partnered with one of the leading U.S. manufacturers of synthetic grass who has been in business for more than 40 years. All turf products are made right here in the United States using today’s most advanced equipment and raw materials. These raw materials are supplied by Tencate and Bonar, the two most well respected yarn suppliers in the industry. These two companies are supplying the yarns used on the majority of the sports fields across the country. Our turf products are built to last and since you are purchasing a product backed by a chain of well established companies, you can be sure that the warranty will be supported for its duration. Complete information about the warranty is available on each product page.
Made in China?
Many products being sold into the market today are inexpensive Chinese imports engineered so importers can purchase them at extremely low prices and sell for higher prices. On the surface, these products may look similar in a small sample, however, time will show that they are made with inferior raw materials which cannot withstand the harsh UV rays of the sun or the wear and tear of an active environment. Little to no testing is available for most of these products. If you are buying a product because of a warranty, ask who is backing the warranty and question if they will be there to do so if needed. Our warranty is backed directly by the manufacturers of the turf and the fibers. If the turf doesn’t specifically say it is made in the U.S., you can bet that it most likely is not. Ask the seller “where the turf is made?” and “who makes it?” and make sure to get it in writing.