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Calculate the price and savings of switching from real grass to synthetic turf.

The average homeowner in Southern California can save up to $2,000 per year on their water and landscaping bills by switching to an Synthetic Turf lawn! The average lawn can use as much as 20,000 gallons of water per year! In contrast, the average person drinks only 15,000 gallons of water in his/her lifetime.

Calculate the price and savings of switching from real grass to synthetic turf.
Quick fact: Did you know that up to 75% of your monthly water bill is spent on watering your lawns?
Note- Other Expenses (in form below) include: repair, fertilizer, and grass/plant replacement.

Monthly Lawn Expenses
Gardener Fees $
Monthly Water Bill $
Other Expenses $

Your Lawn Dimensions
Width of Area (ft.) ft.
Length of Area (ft.) ft.

Below is a sample of the Cost difference over a 10-Year period between installing Synthetic Turf Vs. installing a Sod Lawn. For this example, we are basing this off a 600 square foot lawn at $7.50 per square foot.

Synthetic Turf & Installation : $4,500
Maintenance : $0
Estimated cost for 10 years : $4,500

Sod Cost : $450
Soil Prep & Installation : $1,200
Sprinkler & Drainage Installation : $800
Maintenance @ $50/mo : $6,000
Water @ $60/mo : $7,200
Estimated cost for 10 years : $15,650

In 10 years, you would save $11,150.00

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A. SYNTHETIC TURF - Over the years, the look and feel of synthetic lawns have improved exponentially. From a distance, you can't tell Fake Turf from Real Grass.

B. If you are trying to Conserve Water because of the California Drought, your lawn most likely looks like this or Worse. Bald Spots, Brown and Yellow Patches. If an area is too shaded, then you also run into the problem of improper growth.

C. This is what a "perfect" real grass lawn would look like. The major differences between real grass and synthetic turf? You need to Mow, Water, Fertilize, Reseed, Spray Pesticide, and/or Hire a Gardener to maintain it.

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