Who We Are
Are you thinking about using artificial turf on your Vineyard, UT property or place or business? Maybe you are building a new home and wondering whether artificial grass is a good choice. Elite Turf in Lindon, Utah is the premier provider of artificial turf for Utah and Idaho. Artificial turf is an excellent choice for new and existing homes, especially in the Vineyard area.
Why Artificial Turf?
With water shortages in Utah year after year, artificial turf makes even more sense for Vineyard homeowners. Click here for a copy of the Utah Lawn Watering Guide.
Here are some of the many reasons why turf is a great choice:
- Artificial turf requires no water
- No mowing, weeding or fertilizing
- Stays green year round
- Virtually indistinguishable from real grass
- Isn’t damaged by pet urine or chlorine
- Doesn’t affect hayfever
- Flame resistant
What We Do
We provide artificial turf for contractors, installers or homeowners in Vineyard and all over Utah and Idaho. We have all the supplies needed to install projects of all kinds. We live to see them from start to finish and watch how beautifully they come together. We have the experience and expertise to help you, as a Vineyard home or business owner, design and create your dream project:
Don’t Take Our Word For It
Residents of Vineyard love working with us because we provide unparalleled customer service and we have a huge variety of turfs in stock and ready to fill your needs. Check out what our clients are saying about us
Come See Us!
Come visit our showroom and warehouse in Lindon, Utah to see our products, pick up some samples and discuss your project with us. We want to provide the turf and tackle you need, but we also want to give you the guidance and assistance you need to design and create your dream project.
Monday – Friday from 9 AM to 5 PM
Give us a call! We’d Love to talk!
We’re Located at
2642 W 400 N Suite 500B, Lindon, UT 84042
Directions from Vineyard
Head North on the I-15 to Pleasant Grove/Lindon, exit 273
Take a left and head West, over the overpass, then left again on 2800 West and then left again at 400 North.