There are many perks to living in the Sunshine State… We’re close to the most beautiful beaches, a short drive away from the world’s greatest theme parks, and we enjoy everyone’s favorite season year-round. But property owners know that living where everyone else vacations can have its downsides too. Our sub-tropical climate can make it nearly impossible to maintain the lush, green landscape of your dreams. Some months we have record-breaking rainfall, others we have long droughts. Plus, we have unique pests and weeds that can make traditional lawn care nearly impossible.
Let us take the guesswork out of your landscaping with synthetic grass.
Modern Grounds is based out of the Tampa Bay area, but committed to making the entire state of Florida look like a green oasis. We’ve assembled the best & most committed team that takes pride in providing professional, quality work in a timely fashion. Our synthetic grass is environmentally friendly, realistic in appearance, and incredibly low-maintenance. Whether you’re interested in our grass for residential or commercial purposes, a local playground, or a putting green, trust that you are in the best hands with Modern Grounds.
Tommy Cassidy is a Florida native, but has lived in climates across the country. From the Mid-Atlantic’s chilly winters, to New Mexico’s dry air, to Florida’s sub-tropical summers, he’s seen the need for synthetic grass in a multitude of areas. Coming from the world of Recruiting for Architects, Engineers and Construction professionals, Tommy is no stranger to the hard work it takes to build something beautiful. As a husband and father, he knows that it’s important for your yard to not only look great, but to be safe and functional for your family’s daily life.
“I’m excited to dive into this growing market and having the opportunity to take something old and make it new. I enjoy working with people to bring their vision to reality, and I believe that synthetics are environmentally friendly and don’t hurt our coastal waterways with all the fertilizer and pesticide runoff you have to put in grass.”
I look forward to hearing from you: