When you don’t have to worry about maintaining your lawn every weekend, you can focus on enjoying it. The question is, what will you do with your artificial grass?
Between summer fun in the pool, miniature golfing, and playing with the pets, there’s no shortage of how much fun you can have.
All without the worry of damaging your lush artificial grass.
If you enjoy getting out in the garden during the weekend, you may want to check out this beautiful infographic.
The temperature is getting hotter, and officials warns it may actually be a glimpse at the new normal if we don’t shift toward clean energy usage.
Surprise! California isn’t going to get that much water from the snowmelt this year. Experts say the state will only yield around 73% of the normal amount of water.
If you’re looking to make the switch to artificial grass, you should consider going with used artificial turf. This product is recycled from artificial turf fields in effort to keep the cost down for you, as well as keep unnecessary waste out of landfills.