Comparing estimates from different sources can sometimes be overwhelming, especially if you want the job done right for the right price. Here are some pointers on how differentiate synthetic grass estimates with and without installation.
When comparing synthetic grass estimates, you want to make sure the products you are comparing have the same or similar specifications; if you’re looking at a total installation estimate, you want to make sure that the specifications the installer has laid out are either very similar or the same to other estimates.
Doing this will ensure you get the best price for your product/Installation with little to no confusion about your finished project. Below is a compiled list of factors that play into estimates and how to compare them:
Synthetic Grass Specifications and Quality
The retail synthetic grass price depends on how much material is necessary to make it. The total face weight and pile height, amongst other factors, indicate cost rationalization—the cheaper the product, the cheaper the material. Premium quality synthetic grass will have been tested for things such as UV, Ammonia, and fire safety, as well as the chemical compounds used, to ensure you and your family are safe. Considering synthetic grass should last 10-20 years, it is critical to ensure you are investing in premium artificial grass. Make sure to choose a company with a good reputation that stands behind their product with a full warranty, a company willing to give you samples to inspect and compare and advise you on which synthetic grass choices would suit your needs better long term..
Installation Methods for Synthetic Grass
The installation process requires skills and prior knowledge to get the job done right. Finding an installer who can show you pictures of their previous work is a great place to start. You want someone who has experience with obstacles such as tree trunks, rocks, fences, wiring, lights, and fixtures. These are just a few things that an installer with experience will find easy to work around or give you advice on. They will also be able to tell you from the beginning that your project will require more labor due to obstacles; therefore, your cost will go up.
When comparing installation quotes, it is vital to ensure that the installer is doing a complete installation and not cutting costs in critical areas to get the job and give you the price you want. Sometimes an inexperienced installer will skip out on digging down the 4-6 inches required for proper drainage, or they won’t install the landscape cloth or apply infill at the end. All of these may save costs initially, but they’re all vital to the long-lasting life of your synthetic grass.
In summary, to get the best product and service for the price you pay, compare the quality, specific features, installation method, and labor rates for synthetic turf. If you have any remaining questions, don’t be afraid to contact us at Premium Grass Blades to get in touch with one of our outstanding staff members. If you have remaining questions or concerns about how to Differentiate Synthetic Grass Estimates, don’t be afraid to contact us or check out our Social Media Posts as we are happy to help with any issues or inquiries.