SAN DIEGO, Calif. – As the perennial discussion about Southern California’s water shortage continues, homeowners in San Diego and surrounding areas are choosing synthetic grass as the most popular form of drought-tolerant landscaping according to San Diego artificial turf expert Scot Wozniak, President of San Diego Lawns, Inc.
A long-time synthetic grass installer in San Diego, Wozniak has helped hundreds of homeowners save water and money every month.
“We regularly sit down with homeowners and go through the numbers to find out what they will save on water and maintenance costs. Most are very surprised at how much they currently spend and are excited to find out they can cut that number significantly.”
He says that most homeowners find that synthetic grass pays for itself within one to three years, but that can be greatly accelerated by taking advantage of occasional rebates offered by regional water departments.
“Getting rid of water-thirsty grass and replacing it with draught tolerant synthetic grass will qualify some homeowners for a rebate from their local agency, bringing down the cost of artificial turf installation.”
Wozniak says that even if a homeowner doesn’t qualify for the rebate, the money saved on projected water and maintenance costs often makes the investment worthwhile.
“Even owners who do their own lawn maintenance benefit from converting to artificial turf, because they will save on lawnmower fuel and maintenance, and avoid the inconvenience of having to mow the lawn every week.”
About San Diego Lawns, Inc.
Scot Wozniak of San Diego Lawns, Inc. has been installing synthetic lawns in the San Diego area for years with an impressive record of customer satisfaction. He provides free cost estimates and cost savings projects based on reduced water usage and lawn maintenance costs. San Diego Lawns, Inc. serves the entire San Diego metro area, including Chula Vista, La Mesa, El Cajon, Del Cerro, Del Mar, La Jolla, Solana Beach, Encinitas, Escondido, Poway, Scripps Ranch, Rancho Sante Fe, Coronado, National City, Bonita, Imperial Beach, Pacific Beach, Ocean Beach, Point Loma Leucadia, Oceanside, and Spring Valley.