Synthetic Turf Pros and Cons
Embracing artificial turf brings a multitude of benefits that simplify yard maintenance and promote a greener lifestyle. With no need for watering, you can say "bye bye" to those high-priced water bills that come with keeping natural grass alive. The days of mowing are over, allowing you more leisure time or precious moments with your family without the hassle of lawn care. By eliminating the need for fertilizers and other chemicals, you're also protecting our soil and underground water from contamination, addressing significant environmental health concerns. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), ditching your gas-powered lawn mower reduces air pollution to a fraction, equivalent to removing the emissions of 11 new cars driven for an hour. Enjoy a lawn that's free from neighbor envy, unnecessary noise, unsightly pet pee spots, and the relentless digging of moles and gophers.
Wave goodbye to watering chores, and bid farewell to those hefty water bills.
Mowing? Not anymore. Whether you're all about taking it easy or craving extra family time, it's time to ditch the lawn mower and kick back for some fun.
Say no to chemicals. Those lawn treatments like fertilizers don't just stay on the surface; they seep into our soil and water, posing serious health risks.
Cut out the air pollution. According to the EPA, an hour with a gas-powered lawn mower spews as much pollution as driving 11 new cars for the same amount of time.
Lawn envy from the neighbors? That's a thing of the past.
Unnecessary noise? Forget about it.
Goodbye to spots from pet pee.
And so long to the moles and gophers making a mess of your yard.