Artificial grass offers many benefits for the consumer. It saves both money and time and is an excellent landscaping option. Natural grass requires 55 gallons of water per square feet annually, however, artificial grass doesn’t require any water, significantly reducing monthly water bills.
The majority of residential water use is from landscaping. In certain parts of the country, drought conditions are present and water conservation is a necessity. Many people feel that it is more important to save the water to grow food rather than use it for landscaping beautification purposes. Artificial grass is something that can give people the landscape look of green grass without the maintenance.
Real grass can die. Artificial grass can last twenty or more years creating a “forever lawn”. The good thing about it is that once it is installed, it is always be green. Lawns can never be overgrown or develop brown spots.
Landscapers are no longer required. Because artificial grass doesn’t grow, you no longer have to hire a landscaper to maintain your lawn. Fertilizers, weed control products, pest control products, and lawn care equipment become a thing of the past.
Artificial grass saves time because it does not need to be maintained like a real grass lawn. Therefore, if you maintain your own lawn, you will no longer need to mow it on a weekly basis. In addition, the elimination of lawn mowers is an environmental benefit because it reduces the emissions that are released in our atmosphere. One lawn mower emits as much emissions as 11 cars running for 1 hour.