Re-fluff your lawn
Bring high traffic areas back to life.
What’s included in a TurfBloom Service
|400 sq ft. included
|Over 400 sq ft
Your TurfBloom service starts with debris removal where our technician will remove leaf litter and branches which helps prepare the lawn for the blooming process. We do a Magnet Sweep if necessary to remove metal contaminants as well.
We’ll then perform the turf reblooming. In this process, it will improve the drainage of your turf by clearing ground-in waste deep within the turf fibers along with de-compacting the existing infill system.
Our technicians finish with a thorough inspection of the condition of the turf. They will tuck edges that may have lifted, or do minor adjustments to the turf to restore its condition. We also remove any weeds that occur due to normal erosion and sediment.
Upgrade with Infill
Our TurfBloom+ service includes an application of up to 5 bags of infill that will help fluff your fibers and make your lawn look lush again. Any additional bags needed will be an added $25 per bag.
Artificial Turf Reblooming: A Comprehensive Restoration
Artificial Turf: A surface made from synthetic fibers, designed to mimic the look of natural grass. Common materials include polypropylene (PP), polyethylene (PE), and nylon. While PP and PE are popular for general turf blades, nylon is particularly used as thatch in non-infill or low-infill products, providing a dense, shorter layer beneath the primary blades for added realistic look and and cushioning.
Reblooming: A process of rejuvenating artificial turf’s appearance, but it’s essential to understand that reblooming cannot alter the memory of the turf blade. Memory refers to the turf blade’s tendency to retain its shape after being bent or pressed upon. If blades have been matted or flattened for extended periods, they may not return entirely to their upright position. This is where reblooming makes a difference in appearance but won’t permanently lift matted turf.
Infill Types and Decompaction: Infill provides support to turf blades and adds weight to help the turf stay in place. Different types of infills have varied properties:
Silica Sand: It’s a commonly used infill but is known to compact more readily than others. De-compacting silica sand can be challenging due to its fine and uniform granule size.
Crumb Rubber, Organic Materials, TPE (thermoplastic elastomer) granules: These infills might be easier to de-compact compared to silica sand.
Sediment Buildup and Weed Growth: Over time, sediment and debris can accumulate, especially along turf edges. De-compacting these edges during the reblooming process can mitigate or lessen the chances of weed growth. However, while blooming can help reduce conducive environments for weeds, it doesn’t eliminate or prevent weed growth. The use of weed killers is effective against weeds, but application requires proper licensing. Plus, it’s paramount to ensure safety, especially around pets and children when using chemical solutions.
Detecting and Addressing Weak Spots: One of the side benefits of the blooming process is its ability to reveal potential issues in the turf installation. Loose edges and compromised seams that may need attention become apparent. Addressing these early can prevent further damage or more significant issues down the line.
The Reblooming Outcome: This is a methodical and demonstrative process. Observing the Blooming process offers a clear view of the turf’s transformation. Often, by the end of the blooming, an artificial grass system can be rejuvenated to a state that closely resembles its original, new appearance.
In essence, the TurfBloom service offers a comprehensive maintenance dand cleaning solution for artificial turf systems, ensuring longevity, aesthetic appeal, and functionality while also highlighting potential areas needing repair or attention.
Bring the Lushness Back
Does your turf need to be fluffed and drainage improved? Sign up for the blooming service to bring your lawn back to its full lushness.
Our experienced TurFresh team provides services to help restore, repair, and rejuvenate your artificial grass to maximize its longevity and keep your home healthy.
“I have been utilizing them for several years! If you have artificial turf on the ground, you need TurFresh to keep your turf looking great all year long! Highly recommended!”
“These guys are kind and helpful! They came on time and even cleaned my kids’ toys off the lawn before they began. The turf looked and smelled great after they finished.”
“Absolutely GREAT! Our turf is 10 years old and was looking to be replaced. TurFresh came out and it looks brand new. Couldn’t be happier with the results. Everyone that I dealt with was very pleasant and professional.”
Does reblooming really work?
Yes! Our commercial grade power brush is strong enough to pull out stubborn debris, but gentle enough not to damage your artificial grass. Our power brush is similar to what installers use to fluff up artificial grass after it’s been installed. If your turf blades are no longer standing up right and you don’t need a cleaning, the reblooming service is perfect for you!
How long before I can use my turf again?
There is no need to wait since all our products are safe for kids and pets including our reblooming services. Once our technicians are done servicing the area, your turf is immediately ready for use.
How often do I need service?
Every landscape is used differently, and high traffic areas require more frequent maintenance. On average, most clients service their artificial grass quarterly, but commercial landscapes may require more frequent service.
What areas do you service?
We are based in Orange County, California but service all of SoCal, including Los Angeles, San Diego, Ventura, and the Inland Empire. We are now serving the Bay Area, Sacramento, Las Vegas, Phoenix, and Texas. We also have other affiliates in Australia, Canada, UK and the Middle East.