The important qualities of a synthetic turf are not always obvious to the user. The visual appearance and approximation to natural grass are the first indicators that distinguish between high-quality and basic synthetic turfs. It is also helpful to look at the technical data for the various types of synthetic turf.
The pile height of the turf is one of the quality criteria. It describes the length of the fibres. Soft, fluffy synthetic turf usually has a longer pile height.
Since GARDENFLOOR is produced using the tufting process, the quality can also be judged by the pile density (the number of fibre bundles per square metre). As a rule, more piles mean higher quality and a more expensive synthetic turf, since more material is used and more work is involved in its production. Our tufted GARDENFLOOR synthetic turf for gardens is coated with high-quality, environmentally-friendly latex on the underside.