Maintaining your natural lawn has become more of a burden than ever before.
In light of the ongoing drought and increasing water costs in areas affected by arid weather and drought, some homeowners are replacing their natural lawn with drought tolerant landscaping. One of the most beneficial artificial landscaping options available is fake grass.
Watering lawns costs a lot of cash—up to $200 per month per acre. Not only that, but dwindling water supplies and the resulting restrictions in many areas of the country mean there’s not much to waste on thirsty lawns. Here’s where artificial turf offers a solution: For every square foot of natural grass replaced, 55 gallons of water can be saved every year. That means you’ll still get the lush, green look you want, all while conserving valuable water resources.
Read more: 7 Real Reasons to Consider Fake Grass!