If you are a business owner struggling to find time for exterior landscaping care, then consider installing artificial grass.
Your customers and clients want to see a beautiful exterior when visiting your business, but professional lawn care is expensive. When you choose to complete the tasks of mowing lawns, fertilizing and applying pesticides on your own, it is time-consuming.
For businesses that operate extended hours, it is difficult to find a time to provide lawn maintenance that does not annoy clients and customers. Customers and clients visiting a restaurant or store do not want to listen to loud lawn mowing equipment or cope with the pollen from freshly mowed grass. In addition, when lawns are mowed, insects begin to fly around, creating a nuisance with bites and stings.
How Artificial Grass Saves Money at Commercial Locations
You can choose to spend thousands of dollars year on landscaping maintenance for a commercial property or have green and lush artificial grass installed instead. Here are a variety of ways that artificial grass saves money at commercial properties:
- No lawn care equipment is required
- Never needing to hire an independent landscaping company
- Not needing to hire a daily outdoor maintenance employee
- Not spending money on daily watering
- No pesticide or fertilizer treatments
There is an initial cost for buying artificial turf and having it installed correctly, but after the installation is over, there is little maintenance required. Artificial grass lasts for many years without needing watering, fertilizing or applications of pesticides. By keeping heavy vehicles off the artificial grass, it has an average life span of 15 to 20 years, and it is easy to replace small sections that are damaged.
Beautiful Landscaping Increases Customer Traffic
The technicians who install artificial grass on your commercial property can complete a basic installation or create unique designs. A gorgeous landscaping design with flower beds and shrubbery can attract additional clientele to a business. Customers and clients often look at the exterior of a business to decide if they are going to enter your store, office or restaurant.