National Greens is recognized for using recycled materials in our synthetic grass applications. Our artificial turf infills are not only aesthetically-pleasing, but also functionally easy to maintain. The best part is that your turf never needs watering or mowing.
Skip the expensive lawn mowing service and the cost of replacing and maintaining dead or burnt grass. Weekly landscaping costs essentially disappear and savings quickly add up when companies invest in turf landscaping.
The average person uses 80-100 gallons of water per day for indoor use. That includes showers, baths, dishwashers, flushing the toilet and drinking. That does not include the 125 gallons of water per 1,000 square feet of lawn it takes to keep it green and vibrant in those hot summer months.
National Greens synthetic turf systems serve many purposes. But one common reason households and businesses install artificial turf is to lower water usages and costs. National Greens spent many years developing our infill processes to ensure turf applications do not retain excessive heat in the summertime. There’s no need for water to cool down the surface temperature. We designed our turf specifically for this purpose.
Your synthetic turf applications are always green, vibrant and perfectly manicured. You’ll always have the nicest lawn on the block without the extravagant costs associated with landscaping and watering.
Stocks appreciate in value as a company’s overall worth and success increase. Age and artist reputation directly affect the value of paintings. A Wall Street Journal study found that curb appeal (outside attractiveness of a property) increases its value by up to 7%. The most common questions with synthetic turf relate to costs. But more importantly, property owners want to know if artificial turf is worth the price.
The Association of California Water Agencies estimates that it takes about 35 gallons of water to maintain one square foot of natural grass lawn. That means for a small, 1,000 square foot lawn, you need 35,000 gallons of water per year to keep it up. When you start talking about large soccer fields, parks and other applications, those water bills grow from extremely large to astronomical.
Landscaping, mowing, watering/irrigation, and pest control are the expenses that come with maintaining natural grass. Said costs are even higher in Arizona, Nevada, Texas, southern California and other areas that get extremely hot with very little precipitation. Thus, depending on where you live, synthetic turf pays for itself in as little as two years and no more than 4-5 years. Many city, county and state governments across the country also offer tax credits to businesses and homeowners that go green. That includes synthetic turf. Further, you are greatly reducing your carbon footprint by eliminating the need for gas mowers and trimmers. You are also preserving the world’s most precious resource, water, and ensuring no contamination of groundwater from pesticide runoff.
Artificial turf does require semi-annual maintenance to maximize its life cycle. But the frequency and costs are a fraction of the maintenance for natural grass.
National Greens prides itself as an environmentally-conscious company that encourages others to lower their carbon footprints. Our turf infills are made from natural, recycled materials that would otherwise end up in landfills. Pesticides are the biggest threat to clean drinking water. Carbon emissions from mowers and trimmers continue negatively impacting the atmosphere. National Greens synthetic turf looks good, is hypoallergenic, safe for the environment, and of course, is installed based on your budget parameters.