Homeowners are turning to artificial grass as a way to restore the beautiful green lawn they once enjoyed before the widespread water shortage. In addition to the benefits on the surface, artificial grass also provides an efficient solution to water conservation, protects the value of your property, and prevents unnecessary pollution.

“Artificial grass is becoming a real alternative for people interested in high curb appeal and low maintenance. A world away from the carpet-like AstroTurf of decades ago, today’s synthetic grass looks a lot like a uniform, impeccable (some say too perfect) version of the real thing. (And in a barefoot test on one high-end lawn, felt not too different either.) After years of being banished to patios, pool decks and putting greens (still a huge growth area), synthetic turf is sprouting up in yards all over the place.”

If you live in an area affected by the ongoing drought and water restrictions, you may want to consider the idea of installing artificial grass. Unlike natural grass, it doesn’t require water or maintenance, which relieves you from spending hours in the yard every weekend in effort to maintain the health and beauty of your lawn. With artificial grass, you can spend your time doing what you actually enjoy.

Once reserved for expensive property, artificial grass has become more affordable than ever.

Between recycled artificial grass and water conservation rebates, homeowners can make the switch from natural grass to artificial grass with ease and enjoy the benefits of saving water and protecting the curb appeal of their property.

Read the full article by Marsha Lederman