Commercial Landscape Fabric

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Commercial Landscape Fabric is ideal for residential and commercial applications where a high quality, professional grade fabric is required. These fabrics are not "economy grade, retail fabrics" but instead designed for professional installations where material quality and conformation to architect specifications are required.  

Commercial-Grade Weed Barrier - Double sided polypropylene hybrid ground cover fabric designed for preventing the germination of weeds and retaining soil moisture for plant health. This fabric is an excellent separation layer beneath mulch for use under landscape beds, gravel patios, and garden planting areas. 

Designed with plantings in mind there are line intervals every 12 inches to indicate planting row positioning.

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Commercial-Grade Stabilization Fabrics - Designed for heavy-duty separation and stabilization applications, these geotextiles are most often used for stabilizing paver installations and gravel roadways. This fabric is placed below crushed rock lengthening the life of an aggregate road or driveway. The fabric prevents the rock above from mixing with the subgrade soil beneath which reduces the time and effort associated with road maintenance and repair.

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Commercial-Grade White Reflective Ground Cover Fabric - White ground cover fabric is perfect for reflecting light and is popular in greenhouses and/or nursery applications. This fabric is UV stabilized and ideal for reflecting light back onto plants to promote growth.

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Commercial-Grade Non-Woven Drainage & Filtration Fabric - Available in a wide variety of different weights and roll sizes, our non-woven drainage and filtration fabric is designed for projects where both water flow and material longevity is important. This line of fabric resembles a heavy "felt" and is used on a wide variety of different applications ranging from small backyard french drains to demanding erosion control situations.

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Product Specifics

  • Model: Various
  • Series: Commercial Landscape Fabric
  • Size: Various
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All of our geotextile fabrics are professional-grade and are designed for use in both residential & commercial applications. Our fabrics are designed for years of continuous use in the designated application.

Shipping for Weed Barrier, Stabilization Fabric and Drainage & Filtration Fabric Only

  • All Fabric Ships for Free (standard ground, see map)
  • Expedited shipping only available on orders over $2,000 
         Call: (800) 520-7731 for pricing and ship times

Shipping estimates shown on the map pertain to this specific product only. Fabric orders typically ship same day if the order is placed before 12:00 noon CST. Transit times displayed in the map are listed in business days, and are approximate. The day that the order is shipped is not counted as a transit day.

Shipping for White Ground Cover Fabric Only

  • All Fabric Ships for Free (standard ground, see map)
  • Expedited shipping only available on orders over $2,000 
         Call: (800) 520-7731 for pricing and ship times

Shipping estimates shown on the map pertain to this specific product only. Fabric orders typically ship same day if the order is placed before 12:00 noon CST. Transit times displayed in the map are listed in business days, and are approximate. The day that the order is shipped is not counted as a transit day.

To the best of our knowledge, the information contained herein is accurate. However, Pro Fabric Supply cannot anticipate all conditions under which the above product information and the products which we distribute or the products of other distributors or manufacturers in combination with the products which we offer, may be used. We accept no responsibility for results obtained by the application of this information or the safety or suitability of the products we distribute either alone or in combination with other products. Final determination of the suitability of any information or material for the used contemplated, or its manner of use, and whether the suggested use infringes any patents is the sole responsibility of the user. Please note: Pro Fabric Supply is a distributor of geotextile fabric, not the manufacturer. We source material from a number of different United States based geotextile manufacturers.

Using Commercial Landscape Fabric

As of late, due to the rocketing cost of buying food, more and more people have started their own gardens. The one thing they are never ready for is fighting off weeds and pests. Pests can literally destroy your crops and rain can wipe out your landscaping before your very eyes.

You do have several options such as spending all day pulling up weeds, cutting them back every 2 weeks or so, using toxic chemicals, or you could decide to lay down commercial landscape fabric.

About Landscape Fabric

Landscape fabric is often referred to as weed fabric. It's a material that acts as a barrier between the sun and soil. This fabric is usually made from woven fibers while some are manufactured as one solid sheet of fiber. These sheets have holes that allow water to soak through. Some fabrics offer UV protection to help increase the life of the fabric.

These fabrics are bought in rolls widths and come in approximate lengths ranging from 50 feet to 450 feet. The cost will depend on the thickness, brand and exact fabric composition.

You do have several options such as spending all day pulling up weeds, cutting them back every 2 weeks or so, using toxic chemicals, or you could decide to lay down commercial landscape fabric.

Geotextile Fabric Being Installed

Commercial Fabric Installation on Job-Site

How To Use Landscaping Fabric

Because this fabric is a barrier it will stop weeds and grass from growing while preventing pests and insects from getting to your plants.  To begin with, lay the material over the soil and then place a few inches of much over the fabric. You can also place pebbles, gravel, or sand on top if you prefer a certain look. The thicker the landscape fabric is, the better it will withstand heavier rocks or even bricks.

Different Types Of Commercial Landscaping Fabrics

If there is a landscape design you want to use, incorporating landscape fabric will give you a better end result. With that in mind, you must choose the right material for your project so it will last a long time in the elements. If you want your yard or a specific area to look fantastic, choose from one of these landscape fabrics.

Woven

Woven is a very common choice among professionals and gardeners. These fabrics are usually composed of polypropylene fibers. The fibers are woven together to make a semi-permeable, durable fabric.

Woven fabrics have small holes for nutrients and water to seep in which is essential for your plants. Woven landscape fabric will prevent weeds from growing and is an excellent weed deterrent around trees and shrubs. Feel free to use it in flower beds as long as the plants are not being changed out on a regular basis.

The fabric is typically available in a black color. Some brands offer UV resistance while others are treated for UV stabilization.  Having this option will allow the fabric to hold up for a longer period of time under the heat from the sun.

Non-Woven

This is a commercial fabric that is perfect for landscaping designs using rocks and gravel. This kind of fabric is made from polypropylene or polyester. This is an excellent choice for rock beds or gravel paths.

Non-woven fabrics are more stable and are sturdy enough to stop stones from sinking down into the soil. Many landscapers choose professional-grade fabrics to put underneath stone pavers. It's also a chosen fabric for holding up under large landscaping elements.

Weed Barrier Fabric in Yard

Landscape Fabric Used as Weed Barrier

Perforated

This is a great choice for a simple front yard look. Perforated landscape fabric is lightweight and designed with pre-cut holes where you would place your plants.

The fabric is extremely light so it will not kill your plant's roots.  The fabric is ideal in areas of a garden where plants have an even pattern. It's great for perennials since you can uproot and change the plants out with no issues. Vegetable gardens use perforated landscaping cloths. Do not use it in areas where there might be a lot of foot traffic.

Fabric used for Garden

Geotextile Fabric Used at Nursery

Spunbound

Spunbound fabric is made from several layers of bonded polyester fabrics. This product is very durable and quite difficult to tear.

The fabrics come in a range of thicknesses. The thinner fabrics are more permeable, allowing water and air to pass through but still remain durable and tough. Spunbound landscape fabric is very versatile and can be used as a weed barrier. It also acts as a border against invasive grasses and pests. The thicker fabric is impermeable and is often used in retaining walls. It stops seepage and wards off roots.

Reasons Why You Need Landscaping Fabric

Landscaping fabric will make gardening a lot easier and more enjoyable due to the reduction in weeds. Here are good reasons  why you should use this fabric in your yard:

It will keep weed seeds from sprouting. Weed seeds need air, water, and light to prosper. Landscape fabric can prevent weeds from growing. Should the seeds germinate under the fabric, they will die off pretty quickly.

You do not need chemicals to control weeds. Many people are concerned about pesticides for a good reason.  Families with children or pets may want to steer clear of pesticides. Having landscape fabric in place will keep you and your family safe.

It will help prevent soil erosion. Semi-permeable landscape fabric will allow some water to get through but it will help to protect the ground surface from rushing water leading to less soil erosion.