ForeverLawn Fusion, Boise, ID

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ForeverLawn Fusion features innovative design elements, including multi-colored blade structures and thatch zones to look more real.

ForeverLawn Fusion in Boise, IdahoArtificial grass has grown in popularity in the recent past, particularly as breakthroughs in manufacturing have resulted in more realistic and durable options for property owners. One of the latest options available from ForeverLawn Mountain West, a leader in the turf industry, is known as ForeverLawn Fusion. This synthetic grass features the proprietary Legacy Fiber yarn, which is the result of years of research and development. It’s the best type of grass available on the market, and our team can install it on your Boise, Idaho property.

ForeverLawn Fusion features highly advanced construction elements, including nylon blades that are incredibly durable, even under high volumes of foot traffic. It’s also one of the only artificial turf options that can hold up in extreme heat. In high temperatures, other products will degrade and show signs of wear, but that’s not the case with this new advancement. It has been tested in temperatures of up to 200°F without breaking down. In areas where the lawn is subject to the damage caused by low-E windows, there’s no option like ForeverLawn Fusion.

Another advantage of this product is its realistic appearance. You might not even be able to tell that your upgraded lawn is made with artificial turf. ForeverLawn Fusion features innovative design elements, including multi-colored blade structures and thatch zones to look more real. If you’re looking for an alternative to traditional grass, reach out to our team to discuss this highly versatile and aesthetically pleasing option. We look forward to helping you transform your outdoor space.


At ForeverLawn Mountain West, we install ForeverLawn Fusion for customers in Salt Lake City, St. George, Logan, Bountiful, Ogden, Heber City, Lehi, Sandy, Park City, Orem, and Provo, Utah, as well as Idaho Falls, Pocatello, Twin Falls, Sun Valley, McCall, Nampa, and Boise, Idaho.