Following on the heels of Governor Jerry Brown's announcement that he will mandate a 25% reduction in California's water usage, many homeowners in California are agreeing that artificial grass is the wave of the future. During his announcement, Governor Jerry Brown stated that nice little green grass getting watered every day is a thing of the past. The California Water Resources Control Board will release its proposal for how they will achieve a 25% reduction in two weeks.
The reductions are to go into effect on June 1, 2015. Many are now opening to converting to artificial grass. One homeowner in Orange County, for instance, says that she and her mother's house has had a real grass lawn for 60 years. But when they went shopping this weekend they passed an artificial grass store and her mother proclaimed that artificial grass is the lawn material of the future.
The two are open to installing artificial grass if keeping their current real grass lawn becomes untenable. She even said that they aren't willing to go as far as drought tolerant xeriscaping like cacti, etc., because she and her family need the functionality that the yard provides as far as being a surface for the kids to play on.
Are you on the market for a dog turf? Do you need some help with all of the different options for dog turf? You're in luck! It depends on what you want to get out of your dog turf installation. Whether you're serving your dogs needs or your needs will tell you how to customize your artificial grass for your dog. As regards dog turf fiber thickness, it's probably best to go with the thicker fibered dog turf. The thick fibers will last longer under your dog's activity and will be more resistant to your dog. Thinner-fibered grasses, on the other hand, will feel softer to human touch, but won't last as long under your dog's activity. As regards pile height, it depends on your aesthetic sensibility. The solid dog wastes are easier to clean up out of shorter pile heights, but your dog might enjoy lying in the taller pile height more. ZeoFill is probably the best infill for your dog turf. If you choose not to go with ZeoFill, be aware that different infills affect the look of your dog turf installation. Dark infills will make your dog turf look darker, and lighter infills will make your infill appear lighter.
Is your dog pee killing grass? This is one of the most common sources of anxiety for home-owning dog owners. Your dog pee killing grass and then if you have to replace it every few months. This is a pain in the butt that can actually be alleviated. To stop your dog pee killing grass, install artificial grass in the yard. Many homeowners are doing the same. Installing artificial grass in your yard stops the dog pee killing grass. The artificial grass doesn't die because it's not growing. Furthermore, it won't fade or turn yellow or discolor; the artificial grass will always remain the same color as when you planted it. Moreover, the artificial grass in your yard will be low maintenance and save you time, money, and water. You never have to mow it and you never have to water it. Also, it doesn't require fertilizers or pesticides, which are harmful and poisonous to your pet. Thus, there are multiple benefits to be gained from installing artificial grass for your pet, on top of the fact that it can 't be killed by your dog's urine. Install artificial grass if your tired of your dog pee killing grass. You won't regret it.
Install a dog run at your home, and give your dog his very own personal space. By installing a dog run, your dog can run around, sleep, do their unmentionables, and just be themselves, without worrying about messing up an off-limits area. And if you really want to treat yourself and your dog, install artificial grass in the dog run. Your dog can do whatever comes naturally to them to the artificial grass, and the artificial grass will always remain the same, undamaged and unblemished. First find the perfect space in the back yard for the dog run. It can be anywhere, really, but you might want to pick a shaded area if there is one in case it gets hot during the summer, or one right next to the house that's easily accessible via a dog door. If you really want the dog run to be installed properly, I recommend hiring a professional installer. A professional installer will install the artificial grass in the dog run in a way that excludes poisonous plants and weeds. Like I said above, installing artificial grass in the dog run is preferable to real grass because dogs like to dig. If real grass is installed, the dog can potentially dig under the fence and escape. Artificial grass cannot be uprooted if installed properly; further, many dogs won't even attempt to dig into artificial grass.