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Artificial Grass Install & Supply Joondalup

World Class Surfaces are the highly trusted Artificial Grass installers & suppliers in Joondalup.

Using only the highest-quality Artificial Grass designed we supply to suit every kind of home, school, sport surface & recreational facility.

Artificial grass Joondalup is fantastic around swimming pools, balconies, patios, decking & sport surfaces. With no mowing, watering and very little maintenance required, our artificial lawns are the perfect solution for a great looking yard all year round.

Your new Synthetic Grass will be highly durable & is designed to handle any Australian weather conditions & for every World Class Surface customer who purchases our Artificial Grass they will be backed by a full 7-year manufacturers warranty.


Artificial Grass Benefits

Less Water Use, Lower Water Bills
One of the most obvious advantages of having an artificial turf lawn is not having to water it. This means you get to save big on your monthly water bills.

A Healthy Year-Round Appearance for Your fake Lawn
World Class Surfaces fake grass lets you save the earth and look good doing it. Unlike real grass, artificial grass will retain its green, healthy appearance in every season. No more withered lawns in winter or dry fire hazards in summer. From the day you install it, eco friendly turf gives you a lawn you can enjoy.

Artificial grass in Joondalup has never looked so much like the real thing as it does now! You can choose a style of grass that looks and feels the way you like—and you’ll get to enjoy it all year long.

No Pesticides or Fertilizers Needed
One of the most significant advantages to using an fake lawn is that it is installed on artificial grass infill instead of dirt. This significantly reduces its need for regular maintenance, meaning you won’t have to use pesticides or fertilizers to have it looking its best.

Traditional grass lawns that use pesticides and fertilizers can send poisonous runoff into water supplies. This can pollute drinking water and destroy habitats. This kind of environmental impact is something we shouldn’t be doing to our planet anymore. Not when there is such a clear alternative in synthetic grass lawns.

Additionally, an artificial grass lawn helps you cut down pollution. Exhaust from gas-powered motors will be a thing of the past, as you’ll never have to cut or trim your synthetic lawn in Joondalup.

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