Artificial Grass Creates an Oasis for La Quinta Homeowners
In the stifling heat of the Coachella Valley, keeping natural grass alive is no easy feat. One La Quinta couple was seeking a beautiful but low-maintenance landscaping solution that would allow them to have a vibrant lawn at every time of year. El’s Landscape took on the challenge, providing them with a drought-tolerant backyard that offered a balance of fun and functionality.
El’s Landscape recently installed 1,360 square feet of Versa artificial grass in a home in La Quinta, CA. Versa features a dual coloring of field green and lime green blade tones and has a pile height of 1.375 inches. With a 65-ounce face weight, it is ideal for moderate to heavy foot traffic and drains at a rate of more than 30 inches of water per hour per square yard. It also features tuft bind technology, so each grass blade is triple reinforced into the backing to provide an exceptionally strong resistance to pull force.
El’s Landscape was tasked with creating a drought-tolerant landscape design for their La Quinta clients. The homeowners, a young couple, were seeking something that looked ultra-realistic but would be durable enough to withstand their two dogs and any entertaining, which is why they decided on SGW’s Versa product. El’s Landscape showed them more than a dozen samples, and the homeowners found Versa to look the most like real grass.
Serving the entire Coachella Valley, El’s Landscape has found that many clients seek out artificial grass for its low-maintenance nature and superior aesthetic value. With many local homeowners using their properties as seasonal vacation homes, they need a desert landscape design that will look pristine year-round with little maintenance. Founded in 2010, El’s Landscape has spent the last decade transforming homes with their exceptional workmanship and customer service. They specialize in artificial grass installation as well as patio pavers and landscape design.
El’s Landscape is Synthetic Grass Warehouse’s “Install of the Month” winner for June 2020.