Good and bad news

backyard may 20The good news is that water restrictions in many areas have been eased. But the bad news is that now there is a watering surcharge in many North Texas areas such as Rowlet during the month of October and probably beyond. According to a council member, it took people a while to water less during the drought, but now it’s going to take them time to learn how to water more – and, thus, money will be made with the area’s surcharge. I know this is confusing and unfair, and now I truly believe that homeowners should seriously consider replacing their natural grass with artificial turf. With artificial turf, you won’t have to worry about watering and paying an expensive surcharge, or worry about paying for the high cost of continued yard maintenance. Artificial turf remains green and natural looking all year long — and that’s a real plus. Give the experts at Synthetic Grass Pros a call today and let them show you the many styles of modern natural looking artificial turf. The Grass Queen