Artificial turf in Islas Baleares
In Realturf we have more than 19 years of experience in the manufacture and sale of artificial grass in the Balearic Islands of the highest quality. One of our objectives is to satisfy the needs of all our customers, bringing to their homes the best models and adapting to their needs. Thanks to our distributors of artificial grass in the Balearic Islands, we can offer you an exceptional and totally personalised service so that you can find the perfect model for your home.
If you are thinking of installing artificial grass in Mallorca, Menorca or Ibiza, don’t hesitate any longer and contact us.
We have a wide range of models for gardening: balcony, attic, patio, swimming pools and even indoors. Ask for free samples!Get a free sample
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Why buy Realturf artificial grass in Islas Baleares?
- Helps the environment: compared to natural grass, artificial grass does not need to be watered, making water consumption lower. Sustainability and savings within your reach!
- Technologies: the Research and Development department has created a series of technologies that will make your artificial grass in the Balearic Islands a safe and comfortable place for the whole family.
- Quality: at Realturf we work to ensure that all our products are of the highest quality, meeting all the requirements of ISO standards for artificial grass.
There is no doubt that the Balearic Islands are a natural paradise. Majorca, Minorca, Ibiza and Formentera have hundreds of kilometres of beaches and coves, with a great biodiversity. In the interior, such as Es Mal Pas or Sant Rafel de Sa Creu, residential areas are very common, where villas with swimming pools predominate. Artificial grass is the best surface for swimming pools thanks to its great drainage and the high resistance of the fibres.
The climate of the islands is Mediterranean, with mild and sunny winters. The Balearic Islands are ideal to enjoy the outside of your home all year round, and what better way to do it than installing synthetic grass. In our catalogue you will discover artificial grass available in the Balearic Islands, with a multitude of properties that will take care of your children and pets.
The first step to dress your home in the Balearic Islands with artificial grass is to decide what use you are going to give it and how much you are going to need. We have specific synthetic grass for gardens, patios, balconies or roof terraces. After buying the model that suits your needs, you can assemble it yourself or rely on our installers of artificial turf in the Balearic Islands. You can relax in your garden with views of La Mola, Monte Toro or Cabrera.
Our wide network of artificial turf professionals in the Balearic Islands serves every corner of the archipelago. Whether you live in the centre of Mallorca, in Dalt Vila in Ibiza, in Binibeca in Menorca or in Es Pujols in Formentera, contact us and start creating your favourite spot!
Installation above ground
Installing artificial grass on the ground is a somewhat more complex process, so we have a basic guide so you can do it yourself step by step. If you wish you can also count on the help of our distributors of artificial turf in the Balearic Islands.
Installation on tile
This process is the easiest, as this surface is usually levelled beforehand. With our guide we explain it step by step so that you can do it yourself.
Installation on concrete
The installation of artificial grass on concrete or cement is usually a very simple process, as the surface does not need any previous treatment. If you have any doubts or queries, just contact us and we will help you with everything you need for the installation of your artificial grass.
Installation on a wall
If you want to install artificial grass on a wall, we can put you in touch with our specialised installers. This process can be a little more complex and is therefore recommended to be carried out by a professional installer.
Locations in Islas Baleares where we have installed artificial turf
- Santa Eulalia del Río
- San José
- San Antonio Abad
- La Puebla
- Santa Margarita