Artificial grass can be a cost-effective solution for residential homes that are looking to save water, invest in the future of green lawns, or have limited outdoor space. Fake grass is becoming more popular as environmental awareness grows and homeowners are interested in adding value to their property through artificial turf installation.
On average, grass needs to be watered four-five times per week during warm weather months. A family with a traditional backyard lawn can use up well over 100,000 gallons of water from their tap in just one year. This amount will vary depending on the region and seasonality, but it highlights the significant change required when transitioning from regular yard maintenance to artificial turf.