Artificial Grass For Homes San Diego
2013 and 2014 was a bad year for California because it was one of the driest years that the state had ever experienced. 2014 is not too far behind.
The governor has met up with some experts to try to see if there is a way to cut back on the drought. The water supply is diminishing rapidly and Jerry Brown does not want it to dry up altogether and hopes to come up with a solution.
The solution was to have all residences cut down on their water usage. Currently, the Metropolitan Water District provides water to about nineteen million residents and counting. Conservation has to be practiced because at this stage of the drought every single drop of water counts. The state wants to be able to cut down water usage by 20 percent.
California residents know what needs to be done for them to conserve water. However, not everyone is willing to participate in this statewide effort. However, with the statewide drought becoming worse it is important that they listen.
Where is Water Being Wasted?
Majority of the water that is being wasted takes place in resident’s homes. The state is stepping in to try to force residents to stop wasting water in their homes. Some things are required to have water while others are just desired.
The EPA has estimated that between 50-70 percent of the water used in California resident’s homes goes towards outdoor irrigation. This means approximately 7 billion gallons of water is wasted per day. If outdoor irrigation was eliminated or drastically reduced California would have no problems making it through the drought.
The Solution for Outdoor Irrigation
If having your lawn looking good at all times are a priority for you, why not consider having artificial grass installed. You will not have to water your grass daily and the onetime investment saves you thousands of dollars and hours of your time over the years. Pollution will decrease, your water bills will be cheaper, and in the event of a fire, you do not have to worry about your grass going ablaze. The best part is the Metropolitan Water District has doubled the rebate budget to $30 million. The rebates allow residents to reduce the amount of money that they will have to invest to have artificial grass installed. This is a long-term solution to the drought and it comes with tons of benefits for the residents of California. Therefore, there is no reason why everyone should not consider this.
With the help of Turf Solutions, we can install you a lawn that lasts for up to fifteen years and increases the value of your property. All you have to do is give us a call today and one of our dedicated agents will be more than happy to assist you with any questions and concerns that you may have. We also provide free and no obligation consultations.