California Politicians are heating up the debate over a $7.5 billion water bond aimed at easing future droughts such as the one that’s gripped the state for three years in a row.
The measure is on the ballot as Proposition 1, the Water Quality, Supply and Infrastructure Improvement Act of 2014. Supporters describe the bill as critical to prevent water shortages in future droughts, and those in opposition call it an incredible waste of money.
State and local leaders are looking at water restrictions, fines, cutbacks – rebates are available for residents who pull out their sod lawns, and through the Hero program, you can have an EasyTurf artificial lawn installed now and make one low annual payment through your property tax bill. This local, government-sponsored program works by borrowing funds from your home’s value and then paying that back in your annual tax bill. No credit score is required, your home’s value is all we need to get your instant approval and schedule the installation of your new lawn.
Why the state-wide push to pull out grass lawns? In many homes, up to 70 percent of monthly water usage can be attributed to landscape care and maintenance. Think about that for just a minute, ’cause it’s kind of a big deal. In order to save 70 percent of water usage in your daily shower, for comparison’s sake, you’d have to cut a 10 minute shower down to three minutes. That’s a significant cut.
Let me put it to you a different way. For argument’s sake, let’s say your monthly water bill is $100. Wouldn’t you rather pay $30 a month?
EasyTurf homeowners will also enjoy a lush, green lawn, year round, with absolutely no maintenance – no watering, no mowing, no fertilizing, no weeding. You can simply open your door and take in the beauty of a manicured green lawn. Solve common lawn problems with an ultra-realistic looking artificial grass turf lawn. Our synthetic grass is especially efficient at solving problems associated with dog urine killing your grass, grass for shade, drought tolerant grass and lowering lawn water and maintenance costs.
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