Save Water with Artificial Grass


You can save water with artificial grass as a replacement for natural grass. Whether you’re a homeowner or business owner artificial grass has a lot to offer in terms of saving water. Water conservation is important if we want water for our future generation and every little step helps. If we all do our part, little things will add up to big things.

Saving water with artificial grass saves us money. To better understand the amount of water we can save, let’s examine how much water is needed to maintain natural grass lawns.

Natural law should be watered frequently to maintains soil moisture and keep the grass green. Without enough water, the soil will dry out and the grass cannot get the necessary nutrients it needs. When the weather is hot, natural grass needs more attention and care because they need more water every day. More water means higher water bills.

How much water can you save with artificial grass?
There are two factors to consider when computing the amount of water, you can save. First the size of your lawn, you will save more water if you are replacing larger natural lawns than when replacing smaller lawns.

Second, if you are replacing a garden with tropical plants, it requires more water to maintain and replacing it will save more water while replacing a garden with native plants require less water. In this article, we will see how much water you can save if you replace your natural lawn with synthetic lawn. Since lawns use more water in residential landscaping.

Switching to artificial grass helps reduce water usage. Experts say that one square foot of artificial turf helps save 55 gallons of water per year. That’s 55,000 gallons of water if you have a 1,000 square-foot lawn. Generally, you can save 70% of your monthly water bill by switching to artificial turf. Now do the math, compute the area of your lawn and see how much you can save by switching to synthetic turf.

You can approximately save 55,000 gallons of water every year by replacing 1,000 square feet of natural lawn. If you consider the lifespan of artificial turf in a residential area can reach up to 20 years, imagine saving 1,100,000 gallons of water over the lifespan of your synthetic lawn. Artificial grass proves to be a smart investment that pays for itself over time.

Saving water becomes more and more important today as the global supply of potable water continues to diminish. By installing artificial grass to replace home lawns, athletic fields, playground surfaces, and commercial spaces you will minimise the amount of water necessary to maintain these lawns.

If you don’t have enough supply of water, but you want to keep a beautiful lawn at home, you can consider switching to artificial turf. Artificial grass will make your lawn beautiful throughout the year without having to water it frequently. With artificial grass, you will never have to water your lawn. You don’t need to install expensive water systems either. You will only need to clean and maintain your fake grass throughout the year to make it beautiful whether it rains or shines.

If you’re concerned with the environment and want to reduce your monthly water bill, switching to artificial grass is the best place to begin.
Thinking about the gallons of water and cash you can save; it makes sense to join the thousands of Australian nationwide who have already made the switch to artificial grass. Your wallet and the environment will thank you for it.

If you have any questions about artificial grass and interested in switching your natural lawn with a water-saving artificial one, contact us for a no-obligation quote.