Frequently Asked Questions
Have questions regarding our synthetic grass solutions? Check out some of our more frequently asked questions regarding quality, durability, installation, and more!
Synthetic turf - how does it work?
What maintenance is required for Southwest Greens synthetic turf products?
Will the synthetic turf fade over time? How durable is the turf? Typically, how long will it last?
How is Southwest Greens different from other synthetic golf green and turf companies?
What makes a Southwest Greens golf green better than one made of nylon?
How long does it take to install a synthetic golf green or other synthetic turf product?
Why should I choose Southwest Greens for my putting green installation?
Can I hit chip shots to your greens?
You talk about in-fill. What is it and why is it so important?
Do your synthetic greens play like natural grass greens?
Is your backyard golf green resistant to weather?
What is your synthetic home golf green made of?
Synthetic grass -- where can I install it?
Artificial grass -- is it right for me?
What are the advantages of investing in synthetic lawn turf?
Do you offer different kinds of lawn turf? What about indoor installations?
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The HERO Program is a government-sponsored program which provides homeowners a unique opportunity to pay for home energy improvements through property tax financing.
With HERO, you can easily finance your synthetic grass or putting green installation with low fixed-interest rates and payment terms up to 10 years.
For more information, visit HEROProgram.com
The CaliforniaFIRST Program is a Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) financing program for residential and commercial properties.
The program allows property owners to finance the installation of energy and water improvements on homes or businesses through the issuance of a municipal bond, and pay the amount back as a line item on their property tax bill.
CaliforniaFIRST financing doesn’t rely on your credit rating and you don’t need to put any money down.
For more information, visit CaliforniaFIRST.org