Sod & Artificial Turf
Replacing Your Grass With Sod & Artificial Turf
Natural grass can be pretty when it grows as it should and is healthy. It does require a lot of maintenance though, and not everyone wants to put in the effort. You might consider replacing your grass with sod or artificial turf.
The major differences in sod & artificial turf are below.
With artificial turf:
You don’t spend a ton of time weeding it, fertilizing it, or cutting it, so you can reclaim your Saturdays and Sundays for something more enjoyable.
You do not spend a lot of time watering it either, which means your water bill goes down in the summer.
There is no need for chemicals that could harm your kids or pets.
It is more expensive up front, but you are saving a lot of time and money over the 15 to 25 years you have it.
It improves the look of your yard.
It costs a lot less than artificial grass.
You do have to water it, mow it, and fertilize it.
If you are looking for an alternative to your current grass, give us a call. We can discuss your options and help you pick the best one for you and your yard.