Artificial Turf Deep Cleaning

Artificial Turf Deep Cleaning

Synthetic turf surfaces in use for any amount of time is a hard surface that has lost a lot of it's cushion; the turf fibers no longer stand up, are laying over and are fraying/breaking off; it has developed slight undulations and is uneven in places because the infill material has moved around due to traffic patterns on the field; contains a lot of trash and debris buried in the turf infill, creating a safety hazard…

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Infield Dragging

Infield Dragging
Infield skinned areas are the most used portion of any baseball or softball field and therefore need constant attention to insure good playing conditions. Infield skinned area soils should have 20 - 30% clay content. Because of this higher clay content, skinned areas can become too compacted which negatively impacts the overall quality of play.
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Natural Grass vs Synthetic Turf Athletic Field Costs: Part 3

Natural Grass vs Synthetic Turf Athletic Field Costs: Part 3
Part 3 - Natural Grass vs Synthetic Turf: A Comparison of Construction and Yearly Maintenance Costs. This is part of a blog post series intended to be an accurate and unbiased discussion of sports field construction and maintenance costs for high performance natural grass athletic fields as compared to synthetic turf.
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