Welcome, SGW East!

We are proud and excited to announce that Synthetic Grass Warehouse located in Greensboro, North Carolina has been acquired by SGW Corp/Tiger Turf. SGW Corp is the single largest synthetic grass distributor in North America and has set new never-before-standards in the industry with advanced manufacturing techniques, revolutionary product design and all important same day shipping. In addition to all of these great products and services, our recent release of our revolutionary “TigerCool” heat reflective fiber cooling technology. This innovative process successfully reduces turf temperatures up to 30 percent or 17 degrees Fahrenheit! TigerCool is truly a difference you can feel and is featured on the majority of our best-selling products.

With all of these positive changes, check out what’s in it for you:

1.)    Better pricing through increased buying power
2.)    Large product inventory at Greensboro, North Carolina distribution center
3.)    Reduction in freight rates and turnaround time
4.)    More leads through national search engine optimization

We care about our customers across the nation will continue our amazing customer service through our newest North Carolina location.

“This location is going to be bigger, better with more affordable pricing,” said SGW Co-Owner Victor Lanfranco. “We are excited to extend our amazing services to the east coast.  We’ve got a great team running this location.”

As always our promise remains the same: The only thing better than our turf is our service! Give us call today for more information!

Fresh Off the Press!

Welcome to our brand new fully-loaded web site! We have custom designed this site with you, the viewer, in mind. We come fully equipped to bring you the most informative and interactive synthetic grass web site in the industry!

With no rock unturned or HTML coding left behind, this site will be a resource for all! Our new web site features all of our turf products in great detail (including printable spec sheets), How-To-Install videos, a ton of resources and information about synthetic turf and much more.

With the exception of touching the products, most of your sensory needs can be fulfilled through our site’s product details. Remember: we will send you free samples of any of product!

Need an estimate or quote? Don’t hesitate to fill out the form on the side of every page. Want to understand if Diamond Pro Spring synthetic turf is a better color choice for your area as oppose to our Sierra turf? Check out our graphs and ‘Detailed Product Information’ section at the bottom of each product page!

Coupled with our ever-growing social media scene, we want our web site to be a place you can interact with our reps, view our products and answer any turf question 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. This site never sleeps!

Consider it a source for any questions you might have about synthetic grass! If there is a question you need answered or have a suggestion for our site, we welcome that, as well! Please reach out and feel free to e mail our Marketing Coordinator, Jackie, and she will promptly answer your question, concern or suggestion.

Please indulge yourself in the wide world of synthetic grass through all of Synthetic Grass Warehouse’s fine attributes on our most awesome new web site. Welcome!

SGW Artificial Turf Featured on June 6 Episode of “Homergency”

SGW turfs may not get as much as television exposure this summer as, say, the Kardashians. But the best-selling brand of synthetic grass is getting lots of camera time, landing guest-star roles with product placement in two home-improvement series.

In the June 6 episode of “Homergency” on SKTV at SheKnows.com, a leading website for women, a homeowner in Phoenix, Arizona receives a charitable total makeover starring a beautiful backyard with 2,000 square feet of SGW lawn.

Michelle Capuzano, 32, is a single mother and special education teacher dedicated to providing for her son, David. He was born prematurely, weighing 2 pounds, 6 ounces; now age 15, David has constantly struggled with health issues, including 31 brain surgeries. Michelle, who has received masters’ degrees from Arizona State University, works with at-risk children facing challenges similar to her son — and was overjoyed at the happy ending on “Homergency.”

“When I saw the new lawn in the backyard I just lost it,” Michelle said. “We’ve had our years of tough times, and therapy has taught us to imagine yourself in a peaceful place. With the turf, our yard is that place.

“David is allergic to real grass. But now he can be a kid in his back yard. This was an amazing gift.”

SGW’s Majestic turf steals the show in an outdoor living area do-over on DIY Network’s “Kitchen Crashers,” premiering July 9.

Each week, host Alison Victoria and other In this show, “Kitchen Crashers” comes to the rescue of a random homeowner shopping in Henderson, Nevada, outside Las Vegas. A “green” conversion for an outdoor living space is prescribed; Damon Long, a designer, specifies synthetic grass for its beauty and long-lasting, maintenance-free aspects.

“Kitchen Crashers” host Alison Victoria (who supervised a $160 million expansion of the Silverton Casino Hotel in Las Vegas and designed a unit for Chicago’s Trump Tower in Chicago), with other designer and contractor professionals, surprises do-it-yourselfers at home-improvement stores; follows them home; and transforms their underwhelming environment into a dazzling showstopper. In this episode, “Kitchen Crashers” rescues a homeowner in Henderson, Nevada, and a “green” conversion for an outdoor living space is prescribed.

Spoiler alert: SGW’s Majestic synthetic grass is chosen for its long-lasting, maintenance-free beauty. According to “Kitchen Crashers” producer Nikki Frakes, “The results were fantastic.”

The SGW turf will also be showcased and linked at DIY’s online marketplace.

DID YOU KNOW?

Synthetic lawns made their first television appearance in 1968 when “The Brady Bunch” back yard (actually a sound stage at Paramount Studios) was fitted with bright green plastic grass.

P.S.: The Bradys’ turf was apparently not maintenance-free – throughout the series family members were depicted watering, mowing and weeding the lawn.

Senate Bill 759 Vetoed – What this could mean for the synthetic grass industry

The long-term controversy of artificial grass “turf wars” involving homeowner’s associations’ consent for turf within their communities continues. California governor, Jerry Brown, recently vetoed Senate Bill 759, which would render null any attempts for homeowner’s associations to ban the installation of artificial grass.

The bill was first introduced in late February of this year by Senator Ted Lieu. Though the bill forbade HOA’s from having complete jurisdiction over the authorization of artificial grass, it did not consent homeowners to alter the bylaws of these associations through current proposal processes. The bill passed in April before being vetoed on July 13.

What this means for synthetic grass suppliers is probable challenges within the future. Though the introduction of bills to block HOA’s from having full say in the use of synthetic grass has been ongoing, the power of the veto still stands in the current state. This may present circumstances that are far from ideal for the artificial grass industry, but it is not enough to shatter the overall business activity amongst turf companies.

A number of HOA’s in many states have already embraced the low maintenance lawn alternative, supporting increased growth of residential turf yards each year. Households have quickly adopted turf for its cost-effective and minimal maintenance requirements—many of which are desired by neighbors who are eager to make the switch themselves. This trend may very well continue, therefore exhibiting the future of synthetic grass and HOA’s as more promising than not.

The long-term controversy of artificial grass “turf wars” involving homeowner’s associations’ consent for turf within their communities continues. California governor, Jerry Brown, recently vetoed Senate Bill 759, which would render null any attempts for homeowner’s associations to ban the installation of artificial grass.

The bill was first introduced in late February of this year by Senator Ted Lieu. Though the bill forbade HOA’s from having complete jurisdiction over the authorization of artificial grass, it did not consent homeowners to alter the bylaws of these associations through current proposal processes. The bill passed in April before being vetoed on July 13.

What this means for synthetic grass suppliers is probable challenges within the future. Though the introduction of bills to block HOA’s from having full say in the use of synthetic grass has been ongoing, the power of the veto still stands in the current state. This may present circumstances that are far from ideal for the artificial grass industry, but it is not enough to shatter the overall business activity amongst turf companies.

A number of HOA’s in many states have already embraced the low maintenance lawn alternative, supporting increased growth of residential turf yards each year. Households have quickly adopted turf for its cost-effective and minimal maintenance requirements—many of which are desired by neighbors who are eager to make the switch themselves. This trend may very well continue, therefore exhibiting the future of synthetic grass and HOA’s as more promising than not.