Royal Grass and Graff’s Turf
Here at Graff’s Turf, we have partnered with the producer of Royal Grass to bring you Next 2 Natural Turf. Royal Grass manufactures synthetic grass in Europe and then distributed through Graff’s Turf in Fort Morgan, Colorado. To date, we are one of two distributors of synthetic grass from Royal Grass in the United States.
At Graff’s Turf, we realized that the need for artificial lawns is rising, and we wanted to have the best synthetic grass products available to meet the needs of our customers. We pride ourselves with providing the best quality at the highest value, so we did our research. Through our extensive search for luscious artificial lawns we found Royal Grass. Through Royal Grass, we can meet the expectations that we put before ourselves and our customers.
The producers of Next 2 Natural understand our that our customers want to enjoy their perfectly green lawn, without all of the chores and costs involved in having real grass. We paired with Royal Grass because they help us to provide not only the easiest lawn to maintain, but the best looking in the neighborhood.
The key things that we found most intriguing about Royal Grass are the new technologies that they are using to help make synthetic grass more durable, more authentic and most importantly more realistic. MiNT is what we call the Micro Nerve Technology, and this goes with the V-shape. Between these two technologies, the blade’s shape, color and texture look as closely to real grass as possible. The other technology that they are using in artificial lawns is called ReaDY. This stands for Realistic Directional Yarn. This is why the grass lays in all different directions just like real sod.
The Micro Nerve Technology (MiNT®) results in a fiber which not only has great resilience and less reflection, it also has the best natural looks and soft feel at the same time. These new V-shape fibers with MiNT® technology are also available in new colors, matching different shades of green grass in various geographical areas.
ReaDY technology is Realistic Directional Yarn. This is how the threads of turf are sewed into the backing of the synthetic grass. Natural grass is in no way uniform, so this method helps to make the artificial lawn appear to be real.