The climate in Florida allows natural grass to thrive better than anyone else in the country. The warm weather and constant rain allow grass to grow and look healthy and green. So, considering the climate we live in, you might think that artificial grass isn’t necessary. Well, there are still some great benefits to having synthetic grass in Florida. Let’s take a look at one of those benefits.
While the weather in Florida might be more conducive for growing a nice looking lawn, there are still factors that can be harmful to it. For starters, while some water and rain is good for a lawn, heavy rain can cause damage to grass, turning it into a mud pit. On the other side of that, a water drought can cause your lawn to die and turn brown. Artificial grass isn’t affected by weather in either way. Experiencing a water shortage? That’s ok, synthetic grass doesn’t need much water. Raining for the 5th day in a row? That’s also ok because synthetic grass doesn’t turn into a mud pit when it rains a lot. Whatever the weather brings, you know that you will have a lush looking lawn no matter what.
In addition to synthetic grass not being subjected to weather extremes, it also requires significantly less maintenance than natural grass. If you are considering making the move to artificial grass, look no further than Southwest Greens. Contact us today to learn more about our artificial grass services and to get an estimate.