Summer is just around the corner and so is the heat! More water will be utilized in the coming months, so consider how much money you can save when you install synthetic turf.
In the drier areas of the country, water shortages and limitations apply to everyone. Every year approximately 36,000 gallons of water are used by a single household, however, when you switch to artificial turf, 70 percent of that water can be saved! You will save about 29,000 gallons of water a year!
Not only can you save a ton of water, your city may grant your rebates for installing synthetic turf. Check with your local water district and city to see if they offer rebates for your neighborhood or commercial application.
Our need to conserve water is at its highest. California established The Water Conservation Act of 2009, which not only targets agricultural water usage, but also urban water conservation. The goal is to reduce urban usage by 20 percent per capita by December 31, 2020. If you are a California resident, help the state achieve this goal! Switch to synthetic and not only will you reduce your water bill by 70 percent, you will help the state save water. Check with your local water district to see if you can qualify for synthetic turf rebates.
Fun Turf Fact:
Synthetic turf rejuvenates the water table! While concrete does not absorb water and natural grass absorbs water, synthetic turf does not absorb anything and sends rain water back into the water table.