When is the Right Time to Replace Your Turf Field

Has your turf taken on a grayish-green color or a noticeably lighter shade than its original look? Color change is usually a sign of UV degradation and the first indication that your artificial turf field is nearing the end of its lifespan.

Other indicators include:

  • Splitting at the ends of turf fibers
  • Shedding of turf fibers
  • Seam separation
  • Loose field inlays that require frequent repair to prevent injury risk
  • Lines and inlays that appear more worn than the rest of the field
  • A firmer feeling underfoot

You may look past a worn field appearance, but synthetic turf in serious need of replacement can be put your athletes at risk.

Before & After Artificial Turf Repair

Synthetic turf is typically designed to last for a minimum of 8 years and depending on the level of use and ongoing maintenance, can often exceed this. But – even a well-kept field will show some signs of aging with years of heavy use. How will you know when it’s time to replace your turf?

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Choose Your Sport

Whether the objective is home runs, touchdowns, goals or finishes, Keystone can customize a turf solution for any sport.

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