Is the turf going to be hot?
The short answer to that question is “yes”. All artificial grass is made from either polyethylene, polypropylene, or nylon. All three of those polymers will get hot in direct sunlight, particularly here in Arizona when it is 100+ degrees outside. Companies who tell you they have a “cool” fiber are not being accurate in their description of their products.
To combat the temperature issues with artificial grass, Arizona Artificial Lawns has gone beyond what any other turf distributors have offered by adding pigments to the fibers to help reduce the amount of heat absorbed and introducing T° Cool evaporative cooling infill.
Evaporative cooling for artificial grass is the only method demonstrated in the field to reduce temperatures more than 10 to 15 degrees. With the combination of Arizona Artificial Lawns’s heat reducing technology in the fiber and T° Cool infill, clients can see a temperature reduction of more than 40 degrees F for the turf, a much greater reduction than has ever been attainable.
To find out more about Arizona Artificial Lawn’s proprietary, temperature-reducing system, please call us at 623-584-1456 or email Lisa Mattson at email@example.com. Current clients in the Phoenix area include homeowners, resorts, and retail outlets with outdoor entertainment areas.