The weather is changing California landscape design. California is known for its gorgeous weather but is also known for its lack of water, watering bans, and emphasis on conservation.
With many areas falling into dry, desert climates, residents are finding it impossible to have natural grass lawns. They require too much water and dry up in the winter. The alternative is to find ways to create a beautiful yard without natural grass.
Some people may enjoy yard work, but most find it cumbersome and tedious. Yet, it is still something that every homeowner must do to protect their investment and make their property enjoyable for their family and guests. So, why not make sure you know every tip to save time on yard work.
There are some lawn care hacks that you can use to make your maintenance tasks more manageable and save time on yard work. Implementing these five suggestions will greatly improve both your effectiveness and your mood.
Natural grass has its disadvantages. That is particularly true in areas prone to drought or under strict watering mandates. Homeowners who can’t have natural grass, for one reason or another, do have several other options in natural lawn substitutes.
Excited about cutting grass? Ready to spend more money on lawn care? We know your not and we are here to help with synthetic turf.
Stop spending your hard earned cash and valuable time on lawn upkeep. Installing synthetic turf on your property can eliminate the time spent on maintaining your natural lawn. Simple things like mowing, trimming, and weed-eating can be gone forever with the installation of turf! Forget about spending hours and hours on lawn work!
The trend in recent years is individuals changing to a synthetic yard for its cost-effectiveness, as well as environmental factors. There have been many turf debates questioning the use of an artificial lawn, but more and more people have started switching their lawns to artificial turf. It was initially introduced on football fields in the 1960s, but now critics are finding out the advantages of having it in their yard. Today, Home Owner Associates, schools, as well as various other companies have actually realized the benefits and the lifetime of savings that come from synthetic grass, which has increased its installation rate. So is artificial grass the lawn of the future? We think so!
Interested in sprucing up your front or back yard; but don’t want to shell out a fortune to licensed contractors in order to get it done? Ever thought to yourself, “You know what, I think I can do it myself!” May we suggest a few things before you take that leap? Its an excellent idea to do an installation yourself. Financially, you can save a ton of money on contractor costs and labor. One must keep in mind though all the things that come into play when considering installing artificial turf by yourself. This blog will name a few things one should consider when thinking, “Are you ready for a do it yourself project?”
This is the second article in our series about weed control for synthetic grass. We are often asked about what you preventative measures you can take to prevent weed growth. Obviously, spilling sugary drinks like soda or spitting sunflower seeds on the turf are bad ideas. But do those things actually prevent weed growth? Not exactly. However, one of the the main contributing factors for weeds on synthetic lawns is the introduction of organic matter to the turf. This is problematic because in its natural state, artificial grass has no organic matter.
The daylight hours are getting shorter, and the nights are getting longer. We’re seeing frost on our cars in the morning, and bundling up in the evening. The leaves are changing from green to beautiful oranges and browns, and this can only mean one thing – Fall is here! But if you’ve got artificial turf at your home or business, you might be wondering about synthetic grass maintenance.
Synthetic Grass in Small Spaces: Creativity and practicality for urban environments
Some people believe that the American dream is all about owning a big property with a large backyard and white picket fence. In the present day, this is becoming increasingly less desirable, because people are opting to live less extravagant lives by favoring smaller spaces. The suburban areas are running out of space to build homes, so people are more interested in keeping things simple and economic.
We’re seeing trends where people are building tiny homes out of shipping containers, and collectively grouping themselves into their own communities. Some city-dwellers still prefer apartments and condos, but are applying creativity in their interior and exterior designs. Naturally, this means that there is becoming less of a demand for landscaping tools and services. This allows people to focus more of their time on being physically active and engaged in their family and community. The newfound desire for personal freedom has resulted in many home owners exploring the use of synthetic grass in small spaces, as well as many other contemporary landscape products.