Anaheim, California -- Southern California Public Utilities offer $3 per square foot on turf removal for a limited amount of time. Global Syn-Turf, the biggest manufacturer of artificial grass in the United States, suggests those home and business owners with natural grass yards switch to artificial turf.
“Eventually, California drought will force more and more individuals consider synthetic grass on their properties,” – said Rachel Brady, Global Syn-Turf’s Marketing and Sales Manager. – “Drought-tolerant plants can’t replace the softness of artificial lawn. Pavements are hard, unsafe and get hot in the sun. Artificial grass is the only surface available today that looks and feels as natural grass meets all California drought requirements.”
More than two-thirds of California remains in “extreme” drought, which will cost California $2.2 billion and put 17,100 agricultural workers out of a job in 2015, according to the economic analysis for California Agriculture. Drought encourages improved water management, water conservation and use of new technologies such as the use of recycled and filtered water for irrigation and other uses. Replacing lawns and fields with artificial grass can save the state fifty percent of residential water use. Water conservation programs give homeowners and businesses an opportunity to switch to drought-tolerant landscape and get paid for doing so.
“Californians who install GST artificial grass on their property, are saving money every month,” – continued Ms. Brady. –“They don’t need to pay gardeners to maintain their yards. It takes away a half of their water bill. And they feel protected with Global Syn-Turf extended warranty we provide with every product that leaves the warehouse.”
Without state efforts to reduce water use, California faces significant increases in water demand in the future. In the next 25 years, the population in California is expected to grow by eleven million residents with most of them living in Southern, hotter part of the state. Water use growth exponentially as more people reside in California. It presents all residents with environmental and financial challenges.
Global Syn-Turf (GST) Hayward-based Artificial Grass manufacturer with warehouse locations in Southern and Northern California and nation-wide is the biggest distributor of synthetic turf in United States, with the largest inventory of turf in the country. They innovate and manufacture artificial grass for landscapes, playgrounds, putting greens, pet facilities, sports fields, roof tops, indoor sports and more. Their catalogue includes more than 65 different types of high-quality, eco-friendly synthetic turf. For more information, visit: www.globalsynturf.com. Follow them on Facebook: www.facebook.com/globalsynturf, on Twitter www.twitter.com/globalsynturf