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Start the Year Off Right!

Posted by: Diana Lowery
Wednesday, January 16, 2019
Start the Year Off Right!

Water conservation is hard for many in the winter. Why? 

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Will You Consider Replacing Grass With Artificial Turf?

Posted by: Diana Lowery
Thursday, May 07, 2015
Will You Consider Replacing Grass With Artificial Turf?

The water crisis gets worse as I write this blog. Regulations are being imposed and high fines are being put into force. Serious water conservation will be required by everyone. Sally-Save-Water® reminds everyone to conserve water everyday in every way. "Don't Be Drip ....Save Every Drop©".  At our house we took a dramatic step and replaced our lawn with artificial turf. 

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Return to Having Artificial Turf.... Or Not?

Posted by: Diana Lowery
Wednesday, April 01, 2015
Return to Having Artificial Turf.... Or Not?

As the drought continues with more severity each day the question regarding replacing grassy yard areas with artificial turf is becoming an important topic of conversation. 

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To Go Artificial Grass or Not? Part 4

Posted by: Diana Lowery
Wednesday, November 05, 2014
To Go Artificial Grass or Not? Part 4

Update to the question of wether to install artificial turf or not in our garden? The answer is yes, but, not until Spring. I will update through the process, once we begin. 

Are you considering putting in artificial turf, also? Let us know what you decide. 

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To Go Artificial Grass or Not? Part 3

Posted by: Diana Lowery
Tuesday, October 21, 2014
To Go Artificial Grass or Not? Part 4

As the seasons change and my backyard area becomes drier and more desperately in need of reincarnation.....I continue my informational pursuit of replacing it with artificial grass.  Having found the phone number, on line, of the distributor of the sample I liked, I took a chance and called them directly. 

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To Go Artificial Grass or Not? Part 2

Posted by: Diana Lowery
Wednesday, October 08, 2014
To Go Artificial Grass or Not? Part 2

As I take you on my pursuit to gather information about whether to install artificial lawn to conserve water, I continue to chronicle my process here at SallySaveWater.com. With my backyard measurements in hand I am off to a big box store to see what I could learn. Although, they had a couple of artificial lawn samples (attached to the wall) to look at, touch and feel....that was it. They had no brochures, no samples to take home and imagine on my lawn or an informative sales clerk with specific information about the product.   

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To Go Artificial Grass or Not?

Posted by: Diana Lowery
Tuesday, September 23, 2014
To Go Artificial Grass or Not?

That's the question I am investigating, currently. It is a long term commitment to water conservation, without a doubt! However, upfront costs make it a cost deterrent to many, I have been told. I have a small grass area in my back yard, with an area is approximately 21'x11', yet, I think an excellent opportunity to go through the process of gathering the information to decide if this is something I will do, soon. 

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