Memorial Day BBQ Picnic and Party Ideas

May 19, 2017

Memorial Day BBQ Picnic and Party Ideas It’s that time of year again – time to celebrate the beginning of summer with a Memorial Day Backyard BBQ Picnic and Party! From Greenville, SC to Austin, TX, barbecue is a very big … Continued



Creating an Environmentally-Friendly Landscape

April 25, 2017

Creating an environmentally-friendly landscape design is easier than you might think. The traditional landscape design includes large areas of turf, or grass, areas surrounded by well-manicured trees and shrubs. Unfortunately, this type of landscaping is not well-adapted to hotter, drier climates … Continued


ARTIFICIAL GRASS IS EVERYWHERE

April 13, 2017

ARTIFICIAL GRASS IS MORE COMMON THAN YOU MIGHT REALIZE. Look closely, you just might find that artificial turf is all around you!  Artificial grass is a viable option for problem grass areas or any area that gets heavy foot or pet … Continued



Episode IV: A New Lawn

March 11, 2016

Ninja-like, as if they had done this a thousand times before, the workers from EasyTurf began laying out a roll of artificial turf. In a last ditch effort, I quickly pounced on the new grass and marked my territory, hoping … Continued


Episode III: The Foundation Menace

February 15, 2016

Now that my yard (and my heart) were completely ripped out by EasyTurf, the soil of my dog forefathers lay exposed to the light of day. With the covering of grass yanked away, the underground cartel of gophers began scurrying … Continued


EasyTurf Celebrates the Super Bowl!

February 1, 2016

Like everyone else this Super Bowl season, we at EasyTurf, a FieldTurf company, are ecstatic about the upcoming game—mainly because artificial turf is quickly becoming the playing surface of choice for football teams across the country. As of this writing, … Continued



Episode I: The Design Consultant Awakens

January 15, 2016

This morning, as I was keeping vigil over the expansive Pride Lands of my owners, a strange man approached on the horizon and parked his vehicle out front by the curb. As he was carrying neither mail nor milk when … Continued