Cascade Greens has been installing and servicing artificial grass and turf in Oregon and Southwest Washington for many years. Over this time, we’ve had many requests to sell wholesale direct. Now, we’re happy to announce that we’re now able to share the benefits of our bulk purchasing power and years of expertise to professional landscapers and homeowners looking for DIY savings without having to figure out the tricks on your own or settle for the low-grade turf you would find at big-box stores.
Can I DIY Artificial Grass?
Yes, you can! Installation is reasonable for landscapers and eager do-it-yourselfers, but there are definite tips and tricks developed by professionals. Unlike wholesalers who offer a lower-than-installed price and leave you to sweat the details, we’re opening up the playbook and making ourselves available for questions and support. Before and after sale. We don’t just want to sell materials, we want to support beautiful, finished installations you’ll be proud to share with friends and family for decades.
Unbeatable Support for Wholesale Turf installation
With our planning and estimating tools, installation guides, and pro tips, in-person and by video available for both pre-purchase, installation and maintenance, and pro-grade materials, Cascade Greens is committed to helping you achieve top-grade, long-lasting installations with our wholesale turf - on your schedule and budget.
1. Choose Your Turf!
Our selection of wholesale turf products is refined based on what works best for Oregon homes, sports, and business settings. We have worked with many products over the years; these are the grasses that work the best. You can change your mind later and ask questions about the pros and cons of different choices for guidance! This is for estimating purposes.
Our Natural turf product has a very natural look that is similar to lawns in the Northwest that don’t use a lot of fertilizer. Natural is a five color thatched turf with excellent traffic resistance and is a good choice for those looking for a lawn that does not look too perfect.
- Pile height of 1-7/8”
- Face weight 70 oz per square yard
Landscape Pro 2.0 is our newest product and offers excellent traffic resistance.
- Pile height of 1 3/4″
- Face weight 54 oz per square yard
Dog turf is different! Specifically engineered for the unique needs of your dog, the soft and dense blades of artificial grass feature Sturdi-Spine construction for durability. With double the holes as other turf, drainage is great and the urethane coating and antimicrobial agent embedded permanently in the blades and backing prevents absorption of liquids and makes odors much less likely.
The urethane backing (not vinyl) and anti-microbial agent in the backing (not felt) also contributes to grass that looks great and has no smell, so you can enjoy our fresh Oregon air as it is. The height of the grass is 1-1/2", a little shorter than other turf, making cleaning a little easier. In fact, dog turf makes great turf even if you don't have a dog. Enjoy your lawn, enjoy the outside.
- Pile height of 1 1/2"
For common landscaping applications, we call this versatile artificial grass Spring Grass. For Residential and commercial applications where it will be enjoyed by children, we call it Kid Grass. It's a great all-around artificial grass - hence having two names!
Upgraded from a prior version, Kid Grass/Spring Grass contains embedded antimicrobial and anti-static components - both great for making and maintaining a safe play environment for kids. Looks good, feels good.
- Pile height of 1 7/8"
- Face weight of 65 oz. per square yard
2. Estimate Your Area
Area estimates are used for calculating the amount of turf needed, along with the underlayment and ground preparation. Take your time!
With a long tape measure, measure approximate areas. For irregular shapes, which is most lawns, start with the longest length, and measure at right angles every 15’ as shown in the graphic below, adding a 6-12" buffer on each end for a 12-24" overall buffer. For easy organization of larger or more complex areas, drive stakes in the ground to mark your measurement points and serve as a reference. The old adage for cutting lumber applies here, too: Measure twice, cut once! The stakes will help ensure you estimate and purchase the right amount of supplies, and will serve to align the sections of artificial grass when you install.
If you get stuck, you can also snap a picture and send it to us for assistance, we love our job!