There is no denying the Southwest is experiencing one of its most extreme droughts in recorded history. National Geographic predicted it to be, “the worst drought in 1,000 years.” Lake Mead’s water levels have dropped to a record low this year. This has raised the eyebrows of water conservationists, who have been in a three-year effort to prevent such an occurrence. Lake Mead is a major source of water for Nevada, Arizona and California. Los Angeles, the second most populated region in the United States, also gets most of their water from Lake Mead. What used to be America’s largest water resource is now at an all-time low, which leads conservationists to wonder if we will ever replenish the lake’s original bounty. It is imperative we find a way to make up for this dramatic shortfall.
Los Angeles residents love their pets. Cats are pampered with custom cat trees, dogs enjoy a plethora of dog-friendly restaurants and secret “dog menus” around town, and pet owners are constantly on the lookout for new and exciting ways to spoil their furry friends. Turf Now!™ of Los Angeles knows just how important our pets are to the community and to our families, which is why we have compiled five ways to turn your backyard into a pet paradise. With these helpful tips your pet can enjoy the outdoors just as much as you do!
Home ownership in Los Angeles is tricky enough with rising property costs and drought-ridden neighborhoods. Wouldn’t it be great to save money on the things that matter to get the most out of your home? Turf Now!™ of L.A. is devoted not only to quality artificial grass in Los Angeles, but also to saving our customers time and money. Reclaim your finances and make your home work for you with these tips to make the most of your home!
Artificial turf is an investment for the whole family. All grass comes with a 15-year guarantee and significantly reduces household costs. Become a leader in your family and neighborhood with eco-friendly artificial grass made from recycled materials and durable nylon grass fibers. Reject the waste of costly resources like water and say “no” to brown lawns caused by excessive heat: Turf Now!™ L.A. has artificial grass solutions that remain lush and welcoming year-round.
You may think growing a patch of grass in your yard is eco-friendly, but rising water costs and the harsh chemicals required to keep grass free from and pests don’t always do the environment a favor. Turf Now!™ L.A. offers a recyclable artificial grass made from renewable materials designed to save water and promote a healthy environment – all while saving you time and money! It’s time to reconsider your environmental efforts and consider whether synthetic grass might be a better option.
California is home to numerous entertainment and family fun venues, from theme parks and concert grounds to even your local shopping arena. However, operating a business in California is, well, expensive! In order to accommodate the Los Angeles market (which just surpassed 10 million residents according to the L.A. Times), there are many needs for more amenities, such as a wide variety of food and drink opportunities, ample operating bathroom stalls and efficient security measures. With the need to ensure that everything is operating correctly and having adequate staff to accommodate the large potential of visitors, cutting costs in other areas is a welcome opportunity for businesses!
In addition to the water conservation measures in place for residents and business owners in California, it’s no wonder more are making the switch to synthetic landscaping. By choosing to install an artificial lawn landscaping surface, business owners can expect to see a significant savings in water expenses and grounds keeping budgets. In fact, according to the Southern Nevada Water Authority, for every square foot of synthetic grass or xeriscape landscaping, home and business owners can expect to save 55 gallons of water per year!
How many eco-friendly benefits do today’s schools offer the community and to the economy? With many eco-friendly initiatives in Ventura County or Orange County, school administrators can set an to their communities and serve a purpose beyond academic education.
While it is true that the grounds and buildings serve as a place to teach students, parents, siblings and the community are exposed to the examples the school offers to their own worldview for ecological living and can learn a lot from the way that the school approaches environmentally-friendly initiatives.
As California drought concerns have increased, so have the sales of artificial turf. Mayor Garcetti has reduced water consumption by roughly 17 percent in the past seven years and has further ambitions to lower consumption another 20 percent within two and a half years. This plan has voluntary guidelines for residents of Los Angeles and … Read more
From Sacramento to San Diego, residents of California have been eager to replace their water-guzzling natural grass with synthetic turf, but one thing has been standing in their way: Home Owner’s Associations. While some HOAs allow fake grass for their residents, like the La Costa Greens HOA, the numbers are fewer than hoped for. With … Read more
You may have heard about the artificial turf rebate that the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power are offering residents of California. In fact, we have discussed the LADWP rebate on how to qualify and apply for this in a previous post. But did you know that small businesses can be approved for the … Read more