California’s rainy season officially ends July 30, however, forecasters are doubtful we’ll get anything significant between now and then. This is the driest season since 1976-1977.
The state’s reservoirs end the rainy season at just 69% of normal capacity – the 2nd lowest on record – 45% in 1977 at the end of the water year.
What does this mean? Higher water prices and restrictions on water usage, including lawn care – two immediate impacts potentially in your very near future.
If you’re a home or business owner, and you want to cut back on your water usage, artificial turf lawns are a great way to go. An EasyTurf synthetic grass installation will cut your water usage by up to 70 percent immediately! That’s you cutting way back on your water use AND cutting way back on your water bill. Let me break that down just a bit – if you’re monthly water bill is $100, installing EasyTurf will cut it to $30 – that’s $70 saved.
Who knows what the drought will bring by the way of water restrictions or rate increases, they’re the drought is definitely making a lot of people uncomfortable. Don’t be one of those people – contact EasyTurf today and start relaxing on your lush, green, maintenance free lawn, year round.
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