A Healthy Natural Lawn Is Costly

No matter how you look at it, keeping a healthy lawn costs you money and time

No matter how you look at it, keeping a healthy lawn costs you money and time. Watering your lawn makes up approximately 70 % of your water bill each month. If you don’t have a service then you lose your free time on the weekends, pay high fuel prices and maintain expensive lawn equipment.

It’s time to cut your high water bills, lose the expenses of maintenance and fire the lawn service. It’s time for artificial grass for your landscape.

Artificial grass is designed to help you control all the costs associated with maintaining your lawn. It gives you the perfect green lawn you’ve always wanted and puts a little more green back in your wallet.

The Envy of the Neighborhood

While Dave and Jennifer next door are out pulling weeds, mowing the grass, baking in the hot sun, you’ll be out on the back deck soaking up the rays and enjoying a glass of iced tea. Having the best lawn on the block was never this easy.

Save Water … Save Money

On average, the typical household in America uses over two-thirds of their monthly water consumption on the lawn. Water conservation has become such a major concern in this country that many city water authorities are offering tax rebates for every square foot of natural sod you replace with artificial grass.

No matter how you look at it, keeping a healthy lawn costs you money and time. Watering your lawn makes up approximately 70 % of your water bill each month. If you don’t have a service then you lose your free time on the weekends, pay high fuel prices and maintain expensive lawn equipment.

When To ‘Plant’ It

Artificial grass can be laid at any time of year and you can also do it as part of a larger landscaping project.  Many people make the jump from real grass to synthetic when they are doing a complete overhaul of their garden or when having new paths or driveways laid.  If you are going to have some major work done we advise using specialist companies to have the hard landscaping done first to get the dirtiest part of the work done in advance.  Once the heavy machinery has left for good, that is the time to put your new synthetic lawn down.