California residents know drought restrictions very well.
Residents have been ordered in places to restrict watering of lawns and plants. In some places, watering has been banned. In Temecula, the drought has been blamed for shelving plans for a water park yet again. Businesses and residential homes have been experimenting with xeriscaping since it requires little to no irrigation. However, nothing looks as good as a nice green lawn.
Another alternative that requires no watering, fertilizers or maintenance is artificial grass. It is 100 percent drought tolerant since it does not grow. Residents and businesses that have found themselves with nothing but dead grass where lush green turf used to grow are opting to install synthetic grass that looks and feels real yet requires no water, mowing or trimming.
Some may be able to weather the drought and just resod when watering bans and restrictions have been lifted. Most do not have that kind of money. Plus, most do not have the disposable income to redo lawn areas with expensive xeriscaping. An artificial grass company offers recycled and repurposed synthetic turf products. By removing millions of cubic feet of artificial grass from stadiums and commercial areas, they can offer artificial grass for sale at up to 80 percent off the cost of new. The rest of the grass that is not in great condition is recycled.
Artificial grass can be installed over concrete and packed aggregate materials. Do-it-yourself types can remove the dead brown grass from smaller lawn areas and replace it with repurposed synthetic grass for a low cost. Repurposed artificial grass still has years of life in it. It was made for commercial use, making it last even longer when installed on residential lawn areas.
The curb appeal of homes and the look of commercial properties can be restored to have the look of a well manicured lawn using synthetic grass, regardless of current and expected drought conditions. Watering bans and restrictions will no longer be an issue, and no lawn mowers or weed trimmers will ever be needed to keep the turf looking great.
Artificial grass makes it easy to bring back the green look that is in danger for California residents due to drought conditions.