EasyTurf is an investment that will pay for itself over time

Artificial grass prices range as much as their quality, and you might be in the market for a low-cost artificial grass. My Dad loves to tell me, “You get what you pay for.” Did I pay a little bit more for EasyTurf than I would have for another brand? Yes. But my EasyTurf not only looks and feels better than the competitors, it’s going to last longer, too. I won’t have to replace this … well, probably for as long as I have it.

What does EasyTurf cost? is a fair question – I think, though, you’ve also got to know the answer to the question, “What does a natural grass lawn cost?”

According to the book “American Green: The Obsessive Quest for the Perfect Lawn,” Americans spend $40 billion annually on maintaining home landscapes – between mowing, watering, fertilizing, replacing, reseeding, we are spending a ton of green to keep our yards green.

Furthermore, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, we spend an average of 73 hours maintaining our yards – that’s more than three straight days of mowing!

You add those annual costs up through the years you own your home, and you’ll probably find you could have installed a couple of EasyTurf lawns. Right off the bat, you’ll save somewhere around 70 percent off your monthly water bill. Speaking of water, just as important as saving money, you’ll be saving one of our most precious resources. California is suffering a pretty severe drought right now – water supplies and dropping, yard-watering restrictions are going into effect, and water costs are rising.

We’re saving time, we’re saving money, one aspect hard to hang a value on is peace of mind. With an EasyTurf lawn, I don’t to worry about a lot of things – namely the time and money I need to maintain the yard. I also don’t worry about rodents, bugs, dirt, brown spots, poor drainage. If friends are coming over for a BBQ, I don’t have to worry about getting my yard looking its best – it already does!

There’s a definite cost for EasyTurf, but it’s value greatly exceeds that cost.

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