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Synthetic Grass, Artificial Grass Orangevale, California

Orangevale, California

Synthetic grass sounds like the ideal lawn for almost any type of landscapes especially in dry, or humid climates.

Modern technology makes synthetic turf look better than the real thing. Children love it. Dogs enjoy playing on it. Dog owners don't have to worry about dirty paws, and brown patches of damaged natural grass. Neighbors can't see the difference. And in the grips of high costs of water in Sacramento County, a no-water green space has its appeal.

The natural lawn requires 55 gallons of water per square foot per year on average. If you have 1,000 square-foot lawn, you are speaking of 55,000 gallons on water, you use every year to keep your lawn healthy. Global Syn-Turf provides artificial grass in Orangevale, California. For residential customers, our synthetic grass can last up to 20 years. Over this period, you save 1,100,000 gallons of water. That means just 100,000 households in California cuts off the water usage by 110 billion gallons each year.

With the global warming, not only states today that struggle with severe drought can benefit from water conservation.

The collection, treatment, and distribution, of water and wastewater consume enormous amounts of energy and release approximately 116 billion pounds of carbon dioxide per year - as much pollution each year as 10 million cars. The energy-water connection is especially strong in the driest regions of the United States, where vital amounts of energy are used to ship water. The synthetic grass we can help to protect dry areas from drought, lower utility bills, and reduce global warming pollution. In drought-sensitive areas, the largest energy user is the water sector. According to the National Resources Defense Council "Some thermoelectric power plants, for example, use 136 billion gallons of freshwater a day, which translates into 25 gallons of water to produce each kilowatt-hour of electricity."

When rainfall is in short supply, installing artificial grass supports reduction in global warming solution. In addition to decreasing water and energy use, the result is less water contamination, less flooding, replenished water supplies, and more natural-looking, healthy, aesthetically pleasing cityscapes.

Most our customers in Orangevale, California love looking out onto their front- and backyards and seeing the gorgeous, always green lawn. In the summer, when the temperature rises, our KoolMax Technology helps to keep synthetic lawn 15 percent cooler. When the rain comes, the water drains through the turf quickly providing clean underground water supply. Unlike natural grass, synthetic turf does not need to be fertilized, treated with chemicals that can cause severe immune system disorders.

In a way, artificial grass is like carpet and has special appeal to people with dogs. The backing of the pet turf enhanced by Flo-Rite-Thru technology prevents odors and dog's urine to drain seamlessly through the surface.

There is no downside to installation artificial grass. It looks and feels as real, helps to reduce water and energy consumption, needs no maintenance and significantly cuts off water bills.

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