Artificial grass vs regular grass for homeowners – it’s a subject of some debate when you work at EasyTurf.
Let’s look at some of the benefits of EasyTurf:
– you can save up to 70 percent on your water bill, which could be thousands of dollars a year
– along with saving money, you’re saving the Earth’s precious resources
– since you don’t have mow, water, trip, fertilize, weed, reseed or otherwise care for an EasyTurf lawn, you’re saving an enourmous amount of time
– since you’re not applying anything to your lawn or running a mower, you are polluting less
That’s a pretty significant list to consider, but we can build that out a bit. With EasyTurf, I can save time, money and precious resources. The time and money I can spend on my family. I would much rather spend two hours enjoying my Saturday morning with family than maintaining a lawn.
Here’s a few other things to consider:
– no lawn clippings, dead grass, dirt or mud being tracked in to the house
– if you have a pool, you don’t have that same debris making it’s way to the water
– if you have pets, you don’t have to worry about urine spots, digging, and pet waste is easier to clean up
– EasyTurf lawns come with a barrier eliminating promlems caused by gophers, rabbits and other rodents
To be honest, when I first heard of artificial grass for outdoor living spaces, my initial reaction was, “What?! Why?”
My only “real” arugment for real grass over EasyTurf turned out to be the purist idea of “you gotta have real grass.” When I put my hands and feet on EasyTurf for the first time, I was amazed – I couldn’t tell the difference between EasyTurf and real grass. My “real” arugument lost some steam, and I dropped my “purist” attitude and opted for EasyTurf. But, if you’d rather spend time on your lawn than enjoying life, money on your yard instead of better things, and you’re good with depleting natural resources – well, then I guess real grass is for you.
For more information, check out www.easyturf.com.