Thinking about tearing out your lawn and switching to artificial grass?
Sumer in St. George is usually hard on your lawn. The tall fescue that makes up most of the grass grown in landscapes here in southern Utah is the best-suited grass for our area but even fescue struggles when the temperatures get over 100 degrees. You wind up watering and fertilizing the heck out of your grass to keep it from turning brown all summer long.
If you can afford the cost of the water and have the time to diligently care for your natural grass.
Artificial Grass is the Ideal Alternative
You love the look – the manicured lawn in front of your home or out in the backyard. You love the idea of having a cool grassy area where the grandkids can throw a baseball or the dog can play fetch. But you hate the maintenance and the high water bills. Plus – we live in the desert, there’s a drought, there are water restrictions and we should all be doing our part to help conserve water.
The good news is, you can have the look, the place for kids to play and the dog to run witout the headaches of grass.
Artificial grass has come a long way since the days of the astro-turf that lined the Astrodome in the 1980s.
It looks and feels much more realistic these days.
So when you look at the benefits of installing today’s newer types of artificial grass, the option becomes very attractive.