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When our master craftsmen install your new synthetic green for dog runs and play areas, cleaning up after your pet becomes a breeze. Simply pick up and remove any solid waste from your grass — that’s it. You won’t need to rinse your lawn because the Royal Oak in our pet installations eliminate the need to clean your turf. Royal Oak is a safe and effective way to detoxify pet environments, and since you won’t have to hose down your lawn, you’ll be conserving even more water!

Furthermore, pet urine will simply absorb into the sand beneath your turf and evaporate. Royal Oak is the industry’s leading artificial grass infill for pet odor control. In fact, Royal Oak is guaranteed to stamp out pet odor and help control any type of unpleasant scent.

If you have a pet, you know how easy it is for them to destroy a traditional sod turf. However, with Tigerlawn, you eliminate the possibility that Fido might destroy your gardenwith our durable pet turf.


Synthetic turf products from Tigerlawn are renowned for their quality, stunning visual appeal, and durability. This includes pet and dog turf, which is commonly installed in the following areas:

  • Residential front and backyards

  • Side garden dog runs

  • Apartment building dog parks

  • Commercial doggy daycare & boarding

  • And many more residential and commercial applications




Artificial grass is the perfect way to enhance the overall appearance of your yard.


With its natural beauty and long-lasting durability, it’s the perfect addition to any home. For the longest time, natural grass has been the preferred surface for most front lawns and backyards.


However, it is easily damaged by inclement weather, fungi, and foot traffic, resulting in dead, brownish areas that are difficult to restore.


Artificial grass is not affected by the aforementioned factors. Its plant-based polypropylene components make it exceptionally robust and thus resistant to prolonged heat and cold exposure. It is not easily damaged by extended usage and is resistant to weeds and fungi. This enables it to remain magnificently immaculate all year.


If you’re tired of the time and work it takes to keep your lawn looking its best, artificial grass may be the solution. It is significantly more convenient for the owner because it requires no watering, fertilizing, or mowing as natural grass does. Less time spent on lawn maintenance equals more time to enjoy your landscape.

The ease of maintenance associated with artificial grass also benefits older and disabled homeowners who may struggle to mow and maintain their lawn.


This is a huge plus for nursing homes and other assisted living facilities.

It gets even better: if you spend inordinate amounts of time away from home, own a vacation property, or travel for work, you can benefit from artificial grass because you never have to worry since it does not grow like natural grass and hence requires no upkeep from the owner.


Unlike natural grass, artificial grass does not need to be watered. This is especially important in places like Essex, which are beset by droughts and water shortages.


These water shortages in turn trigger strict water conservation measures by local officials. Ultimately, this can drive up the cost of maintaining a natural grass lawn.

By minimizing the need for hoses, pipes and sprinklers, artificial grass helps to conserve water.


Since most homeowners spend roughly 60% of their total yearly water usage on landscaping, installing synthetic turf is an excellent approach to reducing water consumption expenditures.


This is advantageous to both the environment and the economy.


Looking for a way to green up your home without harming the environment? Look no further than artificial grass. It does not require fertilizers, herbicides, or insecticides. 

This reduces the number of hazardous chemicals and pollutants that end up in the environment’s water, soil, and vegetation.

Synthetic turf does not require the use of lawn mowing equipment. This, in turn, reduces dependency on fossil fuels, lowering the carbon footprint in the long run.

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