Installing Synthetic Turf Is A Positive Move For Water Conservation Estimated To Save 55 Gallons Of Water Per Square Foot Per Year
• Residential landscape irrigation is estimated to account for nearly 9 billion gallons of water per day.
• In some regions, outdoor water use can account for up to 70 percent of a resident’s water consumption.
• Between 30,000 and 70,000 gallons of water per year are used to irrigate a 1,000-square-foot lawn.
Synthetic Turf Can Also Eliminate Waste and Time Spent on Maintenance
• The EPA estimates that on average 33.2 million tons of yard trimmings were generated per year, the third largest component of Municipal Solid Waste in landfills.
• The average resident spends 150 hours per year maintaining the lawn. Synthetic turf eliminates that need.
And it Will Save Money
• For a 1,000-square-foot installation, this can mean a savings of 70,000 gallons per year, or as much as $350 off the water bill, alone.
• Our residential landscape products are warrantied for 15 years, so over the life of the lawn, a resident will save approximately $5,250 in water costs.
• The average cost of fertilizers and pesticides for residential spaces is $.20 per square foot per year. For a 1,000-square-foot lawn, that equates to savings of $200 per year, or $3,000 over the life of the lawn.