Synthetic Turf For Hot Las Vegas
If you ask someone to describe Las Vegas, there are many different types of ways that they would think about the city. One of the main ways that people identify Las Vegas is that it is excessively hot. After all, we are in the desert and the reason that the desert lacks lush and green plants is because they just cannot survive in this type of environment. Not only is it too hot for them to maintain their green look, and it just isn’t enough water to feed them. Even we supply artificial water sources to the plants that we have planted in our spaces, when the temperatures get extremely hot it is even more difficult for them to survive. This means that even if you wanted them every day, there’s a good chance that it would just be too hot for them to survive. The more green of plant is, the more water will need in order to stay alive, and you’ll notice that desert plants have a far different look than the grass is that make up people’s lawns in other areas. Grass is simply cannot grow naturally here without having an artificial water supply, and when the water supply is restricted by the city into drought conditions, you can expect for your lawn to suffer. Because it is so hot this early in the season, we can expect that is going to be an extremely hot summer that will probably have that impact on most people’s landscaping. The natural way to deal with this is to increase the amount of water that happens, except you cannot legally do so during the drought conditions. You will be fined and potentially even have your water shut off if you do not comply with the measures that the city has put forward. One of the ways that you can not only maintain compliance with the watering restrictions but also to do your part to conserve and save money at the same time is by removing your grass in order to replace it with artificial turf. A single square foot of grass will use up to 50 gallons of water in a single year, and this does not include time when it is exceedingly hot. For this reason, the replacement of your existing lawn with artificial turf will not only benefit our community but also your pocketbook.
Replacement of your lawn with artificial turf is not as hard as you would expect. We can offer you a free estimate it will also factor in the necessary steps that will get you rebates and incentives that are put out by the water authority and when you undertake a project that moves living grass from the ground. In a lot of ways, the rebates and incentives can ultimately work towards the project pain for itself in almost no time, and when combined with the savings on water as well as landscape maintenance, you can expect that the transition from real grass to artificial turf will pay for itself within only a year or so.