If you are anything like us, you don’t like to waste things. Wasting time, money or resources doesn’t benefit any of us, and just makes our lives more difficult because we could have spent our time and money somewhere else. Sometimes we do not even realize that we are wasting time and money, and sometimes it is our bad choices that make this happen. Sometimes it is just up to us to suck it up and correct our mistakes, in order to make things better in the future. Southern California is notorious for wasting water, and only when a drought situation comes around do we realize it. We live in a desert where all of these green and lush plants could not survive on their own, and because we have grown so used to seeing our yards filled with plants and grass we begin to think this is the natural way it should be. Without the artificial water supplies, all of these plants would die almost immediately. We think about it so little, that we don’t even realize how much we waste water to keep this situation going. Every year, 55 gallons of water are required to keep a single square foot of grass alive in our area, and every one of those gallons could have been used for people and animals to drink. If we were to run out of water and there was not enough available for the public to use, people and animals would die. This is the situation we are contributing to when we waste water, and this is why it is our responsibility to conserve it.
Every home owner needs to do their part to conserve water. If that means simply watching as your lawn dries up in the summer and then spending the money to restore it in the winter is your choice, then at least you are trying. We think there is a better way to conserve, and to improve our homes at the same time. Through the removal of your real grass and the replacement with artificial turf, you will save 55 gallons of drinking water every year for every square foot. You will never need to mow your lawn again, and you will never need to worry about the watering restrictions that are making your home look terrible. Instead, you can simply enjoy your new lawn and never think about it again.
Artificial turf isn’t expensive, and in some areas there are actually rebates to defer the costs because it is a water smart ground covering. You will save money over time that will actually pay for the costs of installation, and if you sell your home it will be worth more because of the installation. It is considered “no maintenance” which is a big deal now because nobody wants to spend their weekends mowing the lawn or paying someone else to do it. So once you are ready to improve your own life while also improving our water situation in Southern California, call us first. We are the premier artificial turf company in the area.