How to save money and help our environment

jan 2013 bThere is more bad news for people who depend on using water for their lawns. The main water reservoir for the North Texas Municipal Water District, Lake Lavon, has less than half of its design capacity and 10 percent lower then it was at the start of 2013. Lake Lavon isn’t the only Texas reservoir in this predicament. Dallas area lakes are more than 30 inches shy of normal precipitation over the last six years and overall about 10 percent below their average of a year ago. All of this indicates that more water restrictions are headed our way – as well as an increase in the cost of water. More than ever before, it makes sense that people should consider replacing their natural grass with artificial turf. You won’t have to worry about expensive water bills and grass maintenance, you’ll help the environment, and today’s artificial turf has the look and feel of natural grass. Call the folks at Synthetic Grass Pros and let the show you why artificial turf is more popular than ever. The Grass Queen