Tenants want amenities, inside their apartments and around the complex for communal use. As a property owner, you want to get maximum return on your investment. So consider this. Your rooftop is just sitting there doing nothing. It’s wasted space, really. Yes, it protects the structure underneath from the elements, but it could be doing so much more.
Artificial Turf Articles
The cost of maintaining an event venue can be impressive. While it may be a business expense, don’t you wish you could reduce costs without sacrificing the quality of your facility? You can – and in a big way – by installing artificial grass.Read More
What an awful end to summer here in Northern California! So many horrendous fires, and now so many people dealing with the aftermath, trying to rebuild homes, businesses, and lives.Read More
Xeriscaping is the term being used for landscaping techniques that allow for environmentally friendly lawns and areas that dramatically reduce the direct need for water. Because of the severity of drought conditions in many areas of the United States, including California, states have enacted laws that drastically limit the use of water while these conditions are present. Xeriscaping offers homeowners the opportunity to maintain beautiful lawns without worrying about excessive water usage.Read More
Unsure about synthetic grass installation at your home or business? Do you just not have all the information? Heavenly Greens is here to help.
You and your family can sense it – spring is just around the corner! So why don’t you get ahead of the season change by installing Heavenly Greens artificial turf at your home?
It may still be wintertime, but you can go ahead and plan for a fun summer for you and your family. And the best way to guarantee it is by installing Heavenly Greens artificial turf at your home this winter.
Whether you are a busy parent with a house full of children, a single 20-something living in your first condo or you are up-to-your-ears- at work, there is one thing Heavenly Greens wants to cancel on your busy schedule – lawn maintenance.
Wintertime can bring drainage issues for the lawn at your home or at work. With less heat and sunshine, water stands longer on your grass, creating messy, wet areas that just never quite dry all the way out.