Rebate programs for homeowners with artificial grass lawns are now being offered in many states nationwide! Including but not limited to California, Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Oregon, Washington, Nevada, and New Mexico! If you are located in any of these states, click on your state and the website will tell you just how to claim your much deserved CASH. (Link below!) Contractors, this is a great way to sell your clients on artificial grass! By showing them just how much water they can save, and how much money they can save and even better how to MAKE MONEY on their lawn!
The average residential single-family home water bill in the United States equates to about $50-$80. Other yard maintenance, including weeding and mowing can make these monthly costs even higher. With an artificial grass lawn, a household can save on these costs altogether, while helping the environment. In the course of a year, a household can save approximately $12,000 just by converting to an artificial grass lawn. Aside from the financials, artificial grass’ ability to conserve water plays an important part in overall water conservation as a whole. Artificial grass lawns save an average of 22,000 gallons of water a year! Maintaining a natural grass lawn can be costly, both monetarily and environmentally. The solution to these unnecessary costs is Eco Waterless Grass Artificial Grass. Natural grass depletes our soil of nutrients, while also guzzling our limited fresh water resources. Save your money, save the world and put money in your pocket again. With Eco Waterless Grass Artificial Grass, you can’t go wrong!
Click here to check out the rebates offered in your state:
Another link to help you on your way!
If you choose to remove some of your irrigated turf grass to reduce your outdoor water use, you can receive $1 or more per square foot of removed turf to reward you for doing your part to save water in Southern California.
-Golden State Water Company in Three Valley Municipal Water District (serves cities of Claremont, San Dimas, La Verne, Pomona, and Charter Oak)
-Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (serves Los Angeles and surrounding areas)
-Pasadena Water and Power (serves Pasadena and surrounding areas)
-30 other Upper San Gabriel Valley Water District water providers (click link for full list) http://www.asgi.us/2288/artificial-grass-rebates-update.html