SAN ANTONIO, TX (November 14, 2023) — Waterloo Turf is excited to announce the launch of its San Antonio branch.
Waterloo Turf has gained a reputation as Austin’s premier turf installer and is thrilled to expand its service to the San Antonio community. The branding is exactly what you would expect from an Austin-based company: cool, hip and looks like it belongs on a music festival poster. From the moment you walk on a Waterloo lawn, you will feel liberated from the burden of traditional grass. No more fire ants, mud puddles, dust-bowls, or sticker burrs. Just beautiful evergreen turf without the monthly water bills.
Synthetic turf first gained popularity in the 70’s with the invention of ‘astroturf’. Since then, turf materials have come a very long way. Waterloo customers are often blown away by the natural look and feel of today’s advanced turf products.
Artificial turf offers a solution to scorched and stressed Texas lawns. Waterloo’s synthetic turf options are aesthetically pleasing and durable enough to withstand anything from kids, to pets, to the notorious Texas summer heat. Per Waterloo’s founder Lance Ingram, “Pet owners and families are some of our best customers”. Waterloo Turf offers specialized products to satisfy any project including backyards, playgrounds, pet facilities, and commercial applications. “No project is too big or too small.”
Waterloo Turf offers tailor-made project consultations, at no cost to you.The customer inquiry will be followed up by a measuring appointment, to provide the customer with an accurate quote. Waterloo Turf plans to align itself with San Antonio’s local landscapers, designers, and builders for both residential and commercial installations.
“We just want to help people enjoy their yards.The brutal Texas heat is only amplified by a yard you are forced to watch wither away every summer due to harsh water restrictions. We hope people see artificial grass as a permanent lawn option that saves water AND time. Waterloo Turf is excited to help San Antonians get their Saturdays back!”
—Teddy LaScala, Branch Manager of Waterloo Turf San Antonio