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In effort to bring you more affordable artificial grass products while keeping waste out of landfills, we created an innovative recycling process. Today, we’re responsible for recycling over 17 million square feet of artificial grass, and we’re just getting started.
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Houston, Texas is a city designed like few others.
Because the city has never created land zoning laws, it is not unusual to drive through downtown and see a Mexican restaurant housed in between a church and a mechanic. Most people know Houston, the biggest city in Texas, for its NASA space center. However, Houston has many more booming characteristics that should place it on the map! It has 11,000 restaurants – no wonder why so many people like to eat out in this city! The cultural district is second only to that of New York City, and, there are at least twenty-three Fortune 500 companies located here, as well as many corporations in the energy, aeronautics, and technology industries.
Talk about an advancing economy!
Saving Water In Houston
While all the above could be the reason more than two million people call Houston home, the climate has something to do with it as well. Houston doesn’t see snow – mostly heat and humidity, except for a couple of cooler winter months. Sun and heat can do a lot of good, but it can also bring about problems, too. For instance, drought and the extreme need for water conservation.
To curb this problem, the City of Public Works and Engineering Department has begun offering a service to the residents of Houston.
The Consumption Awareness Program (CAP) offers the ability for consumers to obtain high usage alerts regarding water consumption. This program allows residents to monitor their water usage and set caps on how much water they want to use (allowing some control over their water bill). Out of sight, out of mind is a common concept with our utilities.
Since we cannot physically see how much we use each month, we must trust the utility company and pay our bill when we get it, despite the cost, because we need our utilities! However, when using a program such as CAP, you are able to watch your spending amount rise with the amount of water your home is using.
This allows residents to work within their budget, likely reducing water usage and resulting in conserved water.
Another way to save water in Houston is to replace your lawn with artificial grass. This synthetic alternative looks incredibly real, fooling even your smartest pet. This artificial turf can be used at homes, parks, ball fields, and commercial properties. Basically, you can place it anywhere you want to wow passersby with your lawn care.
Artificial Grass In Houston
Houston is full of dog parks such as the Danny Jackson Dog Park, Maxey Park in East Houston, or Millie Bush Bark Park. And regular parks, like Hermann Park, Memorial Park, and Market Square Park. In fact, the list of parks in Houston is quite extensive. Take a minute to think about all of the water necessary to maintain the health and appeal of these parks. It is a lot, isn’t it? And that is not in any way helping conserve water in an area that has seen so much drought.
You can help the city of Houston by conserving water in your home. Using the city’s Consumption Awareness Program is excellent. Combine that with switching your own lawn to a synthetic form of grass will add even more to the overall benefit. Not to mention the amount of money you could save in the long run on your utility bills!
Remember, when you are looking to conserve water and money, we offer recycled artificial grass, making this choice a very affordable option. Contact our office today for a quote and let us show you how, working together, we can create a beautiful outdoor space for your family – including your kids and pets – while also helping your community.