Bio: Written by Artificial Turf Supply Commercial and Residential Division.
Purchasing your turf is just one step in getting the perfect synthetic grass lawn for your home. Installation is a key element in ensuring that your artificial grass lawn will look great and last for as long as you are in your home. Selecting experts such as Artificial Turf Supply Commercial and Residential Division who can get turf installed right the first time can save you headaches along with making sure you love your lawn.
So how can you tell that your artificial turf installer will be up to the task? It’s important to do some research ahead of time. Knowing what to look for in a turf installer can mean the difference between having a great looking, long-lasting lawn and one that is ultimately frustrating and disappointing.
Here are just a few of the things you need to look for in order to find the right installer:
They are fully licensed and insured. In most states, a person must have some form of a contractors’ license in order to become a turf installer. Check with your state license board to see what the requirements are and make sure your installer meets these requirements. It’s also important for installers to be fully bonded and insured — you want this protection in case something goes wrong with the installation or another part of your home or yard is damaged during the installation.
They can provide you with referrals. Any experienced contractor should build up a portfolio of satisfied customers. Ask your installer to get you in touch with past customers who have had synthetic lawns installed by their business. Pay special attention to clients whose installations were similar in scope, size or type of artificial grass as your planned installation.
They stay on-site throughout the entire process. Whether a contractor does all of the work on their own or sub-contracts out part of the process, you want to make sure that someone from the company is at the site at all times. In case a problem arises, you need someone from the installation company there who is authorized to make decisions and solve issues.
They provide you with correct documentation. You need to have invoices, change orders, warranties and other documentation available immediately in case any problems come up in the future. If your installer gives you several excuses about why they can’t get you proper documentation on work done right away, this could be a red flag.
Bio: As the home and commercial sales outlet of Artificial Turf Supply, Artificial Turf Supply Commercial and Residential Division are experts at helping all types of property owners find the perfect grass for their needs. They sell the highest quality artificial grass at wholesale prices. Go to their website to discover the extensive catalog of artificial grass they have available for purchase.
Description: Purchasing your synthetic grass is just one part of the process of installing a new lawn. Choosing the right installer can play a major role in how satisfied you are with your artificial grass yard. Find out some of the questions you need to ask an installer before you agree to hire them.