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Press Release: Purchase Green’s Latest Franchise Partnership Breaks Ground for Landscape Design in Cleveland, Ohio

Press Release Ohio

Purchase Green Artificial Grass, the largest landscape supplier in the U.S., has partnered with Northeast Ohio’s most accredited landscape design and build firm, Ground Works Land Design. Together, they have launched Purchase Green (PG) Cleveland – open as of June 25th. PG Cleveland is the brand’s first location in Ohio and the 4th franchise operation to launch in 2022. The newest location resides inside a 55,000 square foot Cleveland warehouse, located at 875 Crocker Rd, Suite 2, Westlake, Ohio, 44145 – sharing space with Ground Works and its sister-company Granite Works Stone Design. The Cleveland location will inventory over 40 variations of turf, installation supplies, and more. With a significant market demand and supply gap for synthetic turf in Ohio, PG Cleveland is eager to deliver exceptional service, high-quality products, and unique landscape designs.

Cleveland Ohio Artificial Grass

The expansion of Purchase Green’s East coast network presents Ohio residents and business owners with a direct line to the highest quality artificial grass at industry-best pricing. Supported by Purchase Green’s U.S.-based, vertically-integrated supply chain, PG Cleveland is well positioned to maintain a stock of over 200,000 square feet of artificial grass at all times.

Ground Works has been servicing Northeast Ohio since 2009 when president and founder, Tony Nasrallah, launched the landscaping company. Over the past 13 years, Ground Works has evolved from one man and one truck, to over 55 employees, 30+ vehicles, a landscape design studio, and a portfolio of affiliate companies. The award-winning landscape and design firm is no stranger to growth – in October 2021, Nasrallah acquired a countertop stone business and warehouse with specific multifaceted business plans in mind.

Ohio Artificial Turf

“I always knew I wanted to deliver a unique customer experience, under one roof, with various product and service offerings,” said Tony Nasrallah. “Purchase Green is the perfect addition to our company because they offer a superior product and fill a current void in the local marketplace for synthetic turf. They happen to be incredible people, too!”

Purchase Green is proud to have partnered with Ground Works Land Design. Together both organizations will strive to leverage opportunities within the region and fulfill their promises to serve the community with integrity and efficiency. For more information on supplies, locations, and franchise opportunities, visit purchasegreen.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Purchase Green Working Alongside VersaCourt

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Purchase Green is proud to announce its partnership with VersaCourt and the introduction of a new product line. VersaCourt and Purchase Green are both proud members of The Recreational Group, the leading provider of recreational surfacing products. Together, both sister companies can provide homeowners with the ideal surfacing solutions for their individual needs. Find out below about the wonderful opportunities VersaCourt offers.

What is VersaCourt?

VersaCourt is an interlocking tile system used for outdoor and indoor sports activities. This consistently flat surface is made possible by a 4-point injection mold with 24 connectors. VersaCourt is created from a special blend of high-impact copolymer polypropylene, UV stabilizers, and color pigments that result in a fade-resistant and non-slip product. VersaCourt can also maintain its structural integrity for over 25 years.

VersaCourt Products

 

GAME OUTDOOR TILES

 

GAME OUTDOOR TILES - surfacing solutions

Designed for outdoor sport-related activity, this robust product offers exceptional outdoor performance. Game Outdoor Tiles are best used for tennis, pickleball, shuffleboard, and basketball courts. These tiles are ITF certified and designed to allow water to run off efficiently. Athletes can expect consistent ball bounce, made possible by the seamless playing surface. Athletes are also protected by built-in shock absorption technology designed to mitigate injury, as well as lateral forgiveness technology that allows movement between tiles to reduce joint impact.

 

COMPETE INDOOR TILES

 

Game Compete - surfacing solutions

Ideal for applications relating to roller hockey, basketball, skating, volleyball, and skateboarding. These resilient tiles require little to no maintenance to deliver exceptional performance. Compete Indoor Tiles offer shock and noise dampening properties that help facilitate the athlete’s activity. Uniform surfacing solutions allow for enhanced playability and the scuff-resistant maintains the look and feel of the product.

 

SPEED OUTDOOR TILES

 

  Speed Outdoor Tiles - surfacing solutions

Designed for outdoor roller sports, this patented design offers exceptional wheel grip and traction. Speed outdoor tiles are constructed to drain and dry quickly, preventing water-related slips and falls. Hockey players will appreciate the floor’s low puck friction resulting in improved glide. This UV-resistant tile is the ideal choice for athletes seeking a product with dependable performance and protection.

 Why invest in VersaCourt surfacing solutions

VersaCourt is dedicated to making sure installations are carried out as quickly and efficiently as possible. Support is provided at all stages of the installation process to help keep investments lasting for years to come. Installation is also made easy by VersaCourt’s ability to assemble every order within their warehouse. At these warehouses, all requested design elements are implemented, and each section is numbered to simplify the installation process.

One unique feature of doing business with VersaCourt is the customization and personalization opportunities offered. For example, orders can include custom designs, colors, and logos. Additionally, all VersaCourt products are US-manufactured. Customers can also expect to work with one of VersaCourt’s in-house designers to help bring dream projects to life.

For more information on court customization visit our helpful Court Designer.

Unlike traditional flooring, VersaCourt will not require regular maintenance or experience cracking. In addition, cleaning is made easy by utilizing a leaf blower or a garden hose to clean the desired area.

 

Overall, Purchase Green is excited to share the vast possibilities that VersaCourt offers. Find out more about our VersaCourt product line by visiting: https://www.purchasegreen.com/solutions/versacourt/

 

 

 

 

Drought Tolerant Plants for Your Artificial Grass Lawn

Drought Tolerant Plants for Your Artificial Grass Lawn

Drought Tolerant Plants for Your Artificial Grass Lawn

With many parts of the United States suffering drought, replacing thirsty plants with drought-tolerant plants is not only becoming more popular– it’s a necessity in many circumstances, as many local governments impose water restrictions.

If you imagine a landscape full of dull plants or prickly cactus when you think about drought-tolerant plants, you’re in for a nice surprise. Plants that are drought resistant may be stunning! Today, we’ll go through some beautiful flowering plants that you’ll want to add to your garden right now.

 

Drought Tolerant Plants

Phlox moss

Drought Tolerant Plants: Phlox moss Moss phlox is difficult to beat for a carpet of lovely blooms. Throughout the spring, little needle-shaped leaves are covered with masses of blooms in shades of white, pink, and purple.

This floral beauty can grow in a wide range of soil conditions, from acidic to alkaline, and excels in sandy, loam, and clay soils. One key condition for moss phlox is a location in the garden that receives full light.

Daisy Angelita

Adding yellow blooming plants to the yard, even on a dark day, is a terrific way to bring some sunshine into the space. With their golden cores and beams, Angelita daisy blossoms resemble small suns.

In gardens in zones 5 through 7, the blooms bloom from spring until early October. This drought-tolerant plant blooms all year if you reside in zone 8 or higher, with the most flowers in the spring.

Snow-in-Summer

Drought Tolerant Plants for Your Artificial Grass Lawn: Snow-in-Summer When planted alongside plants with deeper green leaves, the silvery-gray foliage of snow in the summer creates a striking color contrast. Late spring and early summer provide white blooms.

 

This drought-tolerant perennial is popular among gardeners in the colder zones 3-7. This lovely plant prefers full sun, but it may tolerate some mild shade as well.

 

Damianita daisies

The dark green, needle-like leaves of Damianita become golden yellow as spring approaches. Throughout the summer and into the fall, flowering occurs in intermittent bursts. Damianita, like many drought-tolerant plants, is undemanding and thrives on poor soils without the need for fertilizer.

Trailing Lantana

Trailing Lantana From spring through fall, trailing lantana has attractive green foliage covered in lovely blooms, making it a must-have for many gardens.  Even though this plant can only be cultivated outdoors year-round in zones 9 and above, it is a popular plant in milder climes where it is regarded as an annual. Trailing lantana thrives in well-drained soil in full sun to moderate shade and is adapted to acidic to alkaline soils.

Lantana plants like full sun, and it needs at least 6 hours of direct sunshine every day to grow. This aids the plant in maintaining and blooming its many blossoms. Although lantana prefers the sun and thrives in it, it does benefit from some afternoon shade.

 

Final Words on Types of Drought Tolerant Plants

 

In conclusion, all the plants mentioned above are exceptional options for a drought-conscious landscape. However, when it comes to deciding which plants to use in your garden, you need to take into consideration the type of soil you have, where your garden is located, your climate, and other factors.

For example, if your soil is too sandy, your plants may wilt, so you want to choose a plant that will survive in a low-nutrient environment. You might be tempted to think that ground cover plants will be too invasive, but if you look closely, you’ll notice that ground cover plants are designed to be very unobtrusive.

About the Author

Tony Manhart is the founder and editor in chief at Growertoday.com. Tony’s enthusiasm and rich experience in all things related to growing plants have led him to share his abundant knowledge with gardening aficionados all over the world. When he is not working around his own garden, Tony spends his time writing tips and tricks on a variety of subjects related to plant cultivation and soil maintenance.

These drought-tolerant plants pair wonderfully with artificial grass. Find out more about how you can beautify your landscape with artificial turf today at: https://www.purchasegreen.com/

 

 

Artificial Turf vs Real Grass

 

Every lawn has its needs and challenges. Many people may be wondering if making the switch from natural sod to artificial turf is a worthy investment. They may also be wondering what Purchase Green product resembles their specific grass species. This article seeks to answer these questions by providing an overview of common issues facing popular grass species and the Purchase Green products that closely resemble those grass species. Find out more about artificial turf vs real grass below.

 

Challenges Facing Popular Lawn Grasses: Artificial Turf vs Real Grass

Ryegrass

Ryegrass is typically a choice for many homeowners in the northern United States. This grass typically thrives in full sun but struggles in shady areas. Because Ryegrass does not spread through stolons like other grass species, the turf may appear patchy over time. It is recommended to fertilize Ryegrass with nitrogen during growing seasons to maintain lush growth. Unfortunately, many varieties of Ryegrass are drought-sensitive and susceptible to weed issues. A complaint often expressed by homeowners is Ryegrass’ habit of developing an overabundance of rye seed stalks, causing the lawn to appear uneven.

In terms of aesthetics, our product recommendations that closely match this Ryegrass include:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Arizona Platinum Olive, featured above, closely resembles a well-maintained Ryegrass lawn. Its highly durable, temperature-controlled, and no-shine finish make it an attractive offer to customers seeking a natural appearance. Arizona Platinum Olive is 2 inches tall and is one of our taller and thicker artificial grasses.

Bermuda Grass

Bermuda grass is a popular choice amongst homeowners living in the Southern United States. Though Bermuda grass is considered drought-tolerant, Bermuda grass still requires at least 1 inch of water weekly to avoid drought stress. Drought stress can cause the grass to turn brown, and the grass blades to appear dry. Additionally, this warm-season grass can become stressed if not exposed to direct sunlight for six hours.  Repeated exposure to shade can cause thinning or in prolonged shade conditions bare spots can occur. Weeds found within Bermuda grass should be addressed immediately to avoid further spreading or the onset of bare spots. Lastly, Bermuda grass is also susceptive to insect damage and common grass diseases.

In terms of aesthetics, our product recommendations that closely match this grass include:

 

Diamond Cool 50 featured above is an ideal alternative to Bermuda Grass that incorporates PG Cool Yarn technology, keeping grass temperatures manageable. Diamond Cool 50 has an exceptional UV performance that is designed to meet double the industry standard. Diamond Cool 50 is an ideal alternative to Bermuda grass lawns.

Bluegrass

Bluegrass performs well in the northern regions of the United States where cool winters and moderate summers define the climate. Bluegrass requires a high level of maintenance to achieve a pristine condition and homeowners are expected to maintain the lawn around 2 to 3 inches in height. These heights should be increased to 3 to 4 inches during the summer months. Unfortunately, because of its shallow root system Bluegrass does not tolerate prolonged drought conditions well. Moreover, bluegrass is threatened by diseases such as grey snow mold, lawn rust, and dollar spot.

In terms of aesthetics, our product recommendations that closely match this grass include:

 

Bluegrass SUPREME featured above closely resembles natural Bluegrass and is considered one of PG’s lushest grass products. Its exceptional blade memory allows the grass to maintain its structure under normal foot traffic. Its minimal shine and brown thatch provide a realistic alternative to any Bluegrass lawn.

Fescue

Fescue is a cool-season grass popular in the northern United States. Ideally, Fescue is mowed around 2 to 3 inches and receives 1 to 1.5 inches of water per week. Furthermore, Fescue can be endangered by common fungal diseases such as snow mold. Crabgrass can also be an issue and it’s recommended to treat Fescue with weed prevention and the proper amounts of fertilization. Moreover, Fescue grows in clumps and spreads vertically creating a clumpy appearance if not maintained. Overseeding is recommended during optimal germination periods to prevent clumping.

In terms of aesthetics, our product recommendations that closely match this grass include:

 

Fescue SUPREME featured above is one of the toughest artificial grasses on the market today. The Double Diamond-shaped blade is designed for superior memory and its delustered fiber prevents shine for a more natural appearance. This bi-color grass will prove to be an exceptional alternative to traditional Fescue lawns.

St. Augustine

St. Augustine grass is a popular choice among Southern homeowners in the United States. It is known to be disease resistant, yet its vulnerabilities are exploited by pest infestations, weed competition, and fungal diseases. If left untreated St. Augustine can succumb to any number of these conditions and experience yellowing and patchiness. Specifically, White Grub worms are a pest that can ruin the appearance of spring St. Augustine lawns, targeting this pest is a priority for any homeowner seeking a pristine lawn. Lastly, St. Augustine is capable of tolerating shade, yet 5 to 6 hours of direct sunlight is recommended for ideal growth.

In terms of aesthetics, our product recommendations that closely match this grass include:

 

Arizona Pro featured above is a delustered, resilient, temperature-controlled artificial grass. This grass is 1.7 inches tall and exhibits finer blades than alternative products. Arizona Pro is designed to provide customers with a more natural look and feel, creating a viable alternative to a traditional St. Augustine lawn.

Zoysia

Zoysia grows best in the Transition and Southern regions of the United States. It requires six to eight hours of sunshine daily and occasional shade. Common issues facing Zoysia include pest damage and fungal diseases. The homeowner can stave off much of the problems associated with Zoysia by maintaining the length of the grass from 1 to 2 inches, watering weekly at a minimum of 1 inch, and aerating during the spring. Furthermore, it is recommended to dethatch the lawn periodically and fertilize with nitrogen once a year.

In terms of aesthetics, our product recommendations that closely match this grass include:

Purchase Green Zoysia featured in a recent front lawn application.

 

Zoysia featured above is a 1.5-inch-tall artificial grass that has a 48 oz face-weight and utilizes the latest yarn extrusion technology. This highly durable grass provides a reliable product to any homeowner seeking a low-maintenance alternative. The reduced surface areas provide a no-shine finish that complements native vegetation. Purchase Green’s Zoysia is an ideal alternative to Zoysia lawns.

Artificial Turf vs Real Grass: Why Should You Choose Artificial Grass? 

Natural lawns are a nice addition to any home, but lawns require maintenance and resources to keep appearances pristine. Most of the water consumption for residential homes is utilized for outdoor irrigation. On top of that, regular landscaping costs time and money. Regardless of what grass species you have, all grass species are vulnerable to a form of pest, disease, or maintenance-related issue. Additionally, many lawns require fertilization, aeration, and the use of pesticides to prevent issues that threaten grass species. Artificial grass provides a unique alternative to a traditional lawn. With  artificial turf vs real grass addressed, consider making the switch to artificial grass and transforming your landscape in a matter of days.

Find out more about how you can beautify your landscape with artificial turf at: https://www.purchasegreen.com/

 

 

 

 

California Lawn Rebate 2022

California Lawn Rebate 2022: Artificial Grass Rebates

Today, cities within California are seeking to incentivize homeowners to switch from high-maintenance lawns to water-saving alternatives. These Rebates can provide qualified homeowners with a financial return on their artificial grass investment. This article provides an overview of 2022 California lawn rebates currently being offered. California Lawn Rebate 2022 opportunities are awaiting.

How do I qualify for a California lawn rebate?

Most cities and water districts require applicants to be residents of their respective areas. Often, these artificial grass conversion projects require a preexisting lawn that has been well irrigated and is healthy to qualify for rebate programs.

California Lawn Rebate 2022

(Northern California)

Monterey Peninsula Water Management District

Monterey Peninsula Water Management District is offering $1.00 per square foot for a maximum of 2,500 square feet per qualifying property. Rebates are only available for regularly maintained lawns that are irrigated and green. It’s also important that residents do not begin artificial turf installations or tamper with the preexisting yard until they have been prequalified. Lastly, a minimum of 250 square feet of lawn must be removed.

For more information regarding this rebate, visit: https://www.mpwmd.net/conservation/rebates/landscape-rebates/

City of Modesto

The city of Modesto is offering $2 per square foot for a maximum of $3,000 per residential water account and $6,000 per commercial water account for the conversion of a preexisting grass area to artificial turf. Remember that funding is limited; therefore, applications are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. Before converting your existing grass area to artificial turf, schedule a pre-inspection and await your rebate approval. The rebate covers only the products used during the conversion. Labor and taxes are not included in this rebate.

For more information regarding this rebate, visit: https://www.modestogov.com/922/Turf-Replacement-Program

Foster City

Foster city is offering $4.00 per square foot for a maximum rebate of $5,000 per residential customer and $10,000 per commercial customer. On-site inspection and city approval are required before undergoing the conversion process. During the pre-installation inspection, the lawn’s condition will be verified. Areas of dead grass, hardscape, sand, and rock are not eligible for this rebate offer.

For more information regarding this rebate, visit: https://www.fostercity.org/publicworks/page/synthetic-turf-rebate-program

City of Madera

The city of Madera is offering $1.00 per square foot for a maximum rebate offer of $1,000. The turf being replaced must also be irrigated. Before renovating your space, it is essential to fill out the application form and receive a pre-inspection. Also, the rebate covers only the products used during the conversion. Labor and taxes are not included. A final project inspection is required after the project is complete. Because funding is limited, applications are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. A California lawn rebate 2022, is worth investing in.

For more information regarding this rebate, visit: https://www.madera.gov/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Turf_Replacement_Rebate_Programv3.pdf

California Lawn Rebate 2022

(Southern California)

Coachella Valley Water District

The Coachella Valley Water District is offering residential owners $3.00 per square foot for a maximum of $30,000 for new landscape conversion projects. Additional landscape rebates are available for each program year, providing other incentives for up to a maximum of 10,000 square feet. Do not begin your project before receiving pre-approval from the Coachella Valley Water District. Residents must also have a green or golden-brown lawn to qualify for this conversion rebate. Any exposed dirt areas without remnants of grass will not be counted towards the rebate offer. Applicants must also have a preexisting irrigation system and are required to complete and sign an IRS Form W-9. A California lawn rebate 2022, is worth investing in.

For more information regarding this rebate, visit: https://cvwd-rebates.droplet.us/residential-landscape-rebate-program-terms-and-conditions

City of Rancho Mirage

Rancho Mirage residents, HOAs, and commercial centers can double their savings thanks to a partnership with the Coachella Valley Water District. Save $3.00 per square foot from the city of Rancho Mirage and $3.00 per square foot from the Coachella Valley Water District for a total of $6.00 per square foot. Additionally, up to an additional $6,000 reimbursement is available for HOA/Commercial projects that require a landscape architect.

For more information regarding this rebate, visit: https://ranchomirageca.gov/residents/city-programs-for-residents/cvwd-turf-conversion-program/

Santa Barbara County

Currently, Santa Barbara County offers specific rebate opportunities for districts and cities within their region as a part of their “Water Wise Landscape Rebate Program.”

  • Carpinteria Valley Water District

Carpinteria Valley Water District is offering $500 for a single-family home and $1,000 for a commercial residence for the renovation costs. This one-time rebate covers pre-approved costs of equipment and material.

  • The City of Buellton

The City of Buellton is offering $1.00 per square foot for a maximum rebate amount of $750 for residential Homeowners. Applicants must be current water customers that are in good standing. Low water use landscapes or dead grass areas are not eligible for the rebate.

For more information regarding this rebate, visit: https://www.waterwisesb.org/2187/Water-Wise-Landscape-Rebate-Program

City of San Bernardino

The city of San Bernadino is offering $2 per square foot for a maximum of $400 to replace irrigated grass with artificial grass. Residents must first submit their application with supporting documentation. Documentation includes photos of the project area and a receipt showing the project’s cost per square foot, separate from any labor and installation fees. After receiving pre-approval, residents may begin their conversion process. Be sure to reach out to the city if any changes to the originally planned materials change. A California lawn rebate 2022, is worth investing in.

For more information regarding this rebate, visit: https://www.sbmwd.org/259/Outdoor-Rebates-Incentives

California Lawn Rebate 2022: Why Choose Artificial Grass Over Your Preexisting Lawn?

Artificial grass is an investment; it provides a means of saving money on landscaping and is a drought-conscious alternative to traditional lawns. For the average Californian, outdoor irrigation is the most prominent use of water, and artificial grass possesses a viable option for minimizing a home’s water use and irrigation costs. Artificial turf also helps reduce the need for pesticides and fertilizers. Concerns regarding the potential toxicity of artificial turf and its properties have led to various studies. To date, no evidence has been reported that surface materials, yarns, infill, and backing are harmful to humans and pets under normal use conditions. Lastly, artificial grass can transform your landscape in a matter of days.

Once you’re ready, you can request your full material estimate or schedule your free on-site consultation here: Request a Quote

Today, cities within California are seeking to incentivize homeowners to switch from high-maintenance lawns to water-saving alternatives. These Rebates can provide qualified homeowners with a financial return on their artificial grass investment. This article provides an overview of 2022 California lawn rebates currently being offered. California Lawn Rebate 2022 opportunities are awaiting.

How do I qualify for a California lawn rebate?

Most cities and water districts require applicants to be residents of their respective areas. Often, these artificial grass conversion projects require a preexisting lawn that has been well irrigated and is healthy to qualify for rebate programs.

California Lawn Rebate 2022

(Northern California)

Monterey Peninsula Water Management District

Monterey Peninsula Water Management District is offering $1.00 per square foot for a maximum of 2,500 square feet per qualifying property. Rebates are only available for regularly maintained lawns that are irrigated and green. It’s also important that residents do not begin artificial turf installations or tamper with the preexisting yard until they have been prequalified. Lastly, a minimum of 250 square feet of lawn must be removed.

For more information regarding this rebate, visit: https://www.mpwmd.net/conservation/rebates/landscape-rebates/

City of Modesto

The city of Modesto is offering $2 per square foot for a maximum of $3,000 per residential water account and $6,000 per commercial water account for the conversion of a preexisting grass area to artificial turf. Remember that funding is limited; therefore, applications are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. Before converting your existing grass area to artificial turf, schedule a pre-inspection and await your rebate approval. The rebate covers only the products used during the conversion. Labor and taxes are not included in this rebate.

For more information regarding this rebate, visit: https://www.modestogov.com/922/Turf-Replacement-Program

Foster City

Foster city is offering $4.00 per square foot for a maximum rebate of $5,000 per residential customer and $10,000 per commercial customer. On-site inspection and city approval are required before undergoing the conversion process. During the pre-installation inspection, the lawn’s condition will be verified. Areas of dead grass, hardscape, sand, and rock are not eligible for this rebate offer.

For more information regarding this rebate, visit: https://www.fostercity.org/publicworks/page/synthetic-turf-rebate-program

City of Madera

The city of Madera is offering $1.00 per square foot for a maximum rebate offer of $1,000. The turf being replaced must also be irrigated. Before renovating your space, it is essential to fill out the application form and receive a pre-inspection. Also, the rebate covers only the products used during the conversion. Labor and taxes are not included. A final project inspection is required after the project is complete. Because funding is limited, applications are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. A California lawn rebate 2022, is worth investing in.

For more information regarding this rebate, visit: https://www.madera.gov/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Turf_Replacement_Rebate_Programv3.pdf

California Lawn Rebate 2022

(Southern California)

Coachella Valley Water District

The Coachella Valley Water District is offering residential owners $3.00 per square foot for a maximum of $30,000 for new landscape conversion projects. Additional landscape rebates are available for each program year, providing other incentives for up to a maximum of 10,000 square feet. Do not begin your project before receiving pre-approval from the Coachella Valley Water District. Residents must also have a green or golden-brown lawn to qualify for this conversion rebate. Any exposed dirt areas without remnants of grass will not be counted towards the rebate offer. Applicants must also have a preexisting irrigation system and are required to complete and sign an IRS Form W-9. A California lawn rebate 2022, is worth investing in.

For more information regarding this rebate, visit: https://cvwd-rebates.droplet.us/residential-landscape-rebate-program-terms-and-conditions

Santa Barbara County

Currently, Santa Barbara County offers specific rebate opportunities for districts and cities within their region as a part of their “Water Wise Landscape Rebate Program.”

  • Carpinteria Valley Water District

Carpinteria Valley Water District is offering $500 for a single-family home and $1,000 for a commercial residence for the renovation costs. This one-time rebate covers pre-approved costs of equipment and material.

  • The City of Buellton

The City of Buellton is offering $1.00 per square foot for a maximum rebate amount of $750 for residential Homeowners. Applicants must be current water customers that are in good standing. Low water use landscapes or dead grass areas are not eligible for the rebate.

For more information regarding this rebate, visit: https://www.waterwisesb.org/2187/Water-Wise-Landscape-Rebate-Program

City of San Bernardino

The city of San Bernadino is offering $2 per square foot for a maximum of $400 to replace irrigated grass with artificial grass. Residents must first submit their application with supporting documentation. Documentation includes photos of the project area and a receipt showing the project’s cost per square foot, separate from any labor and installation fees. After receiving pre-approval, residents may begin their conversion process. Be sure to reach out to the city if any changes to the originally planned materials change. A California lawn rebate 2022, is worth investing in.

For more information regarding this rebate, visit: https://www.sbmwd.org/259/Outdoor-Rebates-Incentives

 

California Lawn Rebate 2022: Why Choose Artificial Grass Over Your Preexisting Lawn?

 

Artificial grass is an investment; it provides a means of saving money on landscaping and is a drought-conscious alternative to traditional lawns. For the average Californian, outdoor irrigation is the most prominent use of water, and artificial grass possesses a viable option for minimizing a home’s water use and irrigation costs. Artificial turf also helps reduce the need for pesticides and fertilizers. Concerns regarding the potential toxicity of artificial turf and its properties have led to various studies. To date, no evidence has been reported that surface materials, yarns, infill, and backing are harmful to humans and pets under normal use conditions. Lastly, artificial grass can transform your landscape in a matter of days.

Once you’re ready, you can request your full material estimate or schedule your free on-site consultation here: Request a Quote