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Fake Grass, Synthetic Lawn, Is Greener

Posted by Troy Scott on 28 September

Click meWhile real grass is the natural option for lawns, it’s not necessarily greener. Not only do artificial lawns stay consistently green and healthy-looking, they are “greener” by being more environmentally friendly and safer.

Synthetic grass is environmentally green because:

  1. It doesn’t require pesticides and treatments. Artificial turf keeps you from using these chemicals that could be harmful to the environment.

  2. It cuts down on pollution. Since artificial turf lawns don’t require harmful chemicals, you don’t have to worry about air pollution or water runoff.

  3. It’s safer for your family members and pets. Artificial turf for homes keeps the harmful maintenance products away from your loved ones because maintenance isn’t required.

  4. It doesn’t require maintenance with gas-powered machinery. So you don’t have to worry about spillage or fumes, and it saves on energy.

  5. It saves on water. Synthetic turf installation means you don’t have to water your lawn.

Heavenly Greens is an artificial lawn company that offers an affordable rate for fake grass installation. Their synthetic turf grass is always accessible, clean, safe and green, so you can worry less about maintenance and the health of your loved ones and your environment. You can simply enjoy your new, green lawn.

Click for a fast free quote on artificial turf lawn installation at your home or call a trusted advisor at Heavenly Greens at 888-254-5503.

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Topics: Residential Artificial Grass, Fake Grass, artificial turf lawns

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