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Artificial Grass is Becoming the Norm

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Artificial Grass is Becoming the Norm

SAN DIEGO, Aug. 18, 2017 : After more than five years of drought, California has finally ended their state of emergency. Residents all over the state are celebrating, however water useage is still an ongoing issue for Southern California and homeowners continue to look for solutions. While most would expect demand for artificial grass to decrease with the passing of the drought, it has been exactly the opposite.


Water Wise Grass, an artificial grass installation company based out of San Diego, recently converted 1,200 square feet of Synthetic Grass Warehouse's TigerTurf Diamond Pro Spring for a local homeowner. Diamond Pro Spring is designed for moderate to heavy traffic, and features TigerCool technology, allowing for a decreased surface temperature of 10 degrees Fahrenheit on sunny days.

"This client reviewed six other turf companies before choosing us," said Mike Palmer, owner of Water Wise Grass. "They were the most detail oriented clients we've worked with, and had a lot of specifics that they wanted to include in their installation. I knew we could deliver on their expectations." Palmer worked alongside the client to pick the perfect turf product for their needs.

The client was happy with the involvement of Palmer on their project, and mentioned it in their Yelp review of Water Wise Grass. "[Palmer] pointed out several differing products, his pet application processes, and allowed us the details to study up on them. I asked questions and tried to really understand what we were getting in terms of turf product array and pet installation," they said. "We have about 1200 square feet of grass in our backyard area that had to go. No more water. No more rabbits. No more gophers. No more fleas. Just lush green."

Many homeowners have already made the switch to artificial grass, and even more are doing it now. "When I first started in this business, I would drive around and see maybe one in a hundred homes with turf. Nowadays, I drive around and it's more like one in twenty, sometimes more." Palmer says. "If you truly want that perfectly green lawn, you have to switch to artificial grass. You can't maintain a natural lawn without brown spots, issues with wildlife, and a full staff of landscapers. Artificial grass is the new normal here in San Diego, and I don't see that changing anytime soon."

Water Wise Grass was founded in 2014 and is growing steadily. They pride themselves on being a very consultative company, educating consumers about the benefits of turf products. "The selling point for our customers is usually just the knowledge and experience we bring to the table," Palmer told us. "Homeowners don't always know what to look for. They might just like the color or how soft it is, but we make certain we provide them with the best product for their needs that will keep them enjoying their lawn for years to come. I treat every client like they're family."

Water Wise Grass is the August 2017 "Install of the Month" winner by Synthetic Grass Warehouse.

Artificial Grass is Becoming the Norm

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