Sally Save Water™ Says...

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.  

I was off to a poor start... however, I pursued!

I was off to another big box store...they had samples (attached to the wall), they had a brochure and they had an informative clerk who gave me an idea of the process for installation, basic cost for only the artificial lawn product and offered to order free samples and send them to my house so I could imagine it on my lawn! That sounded great!

They haven't arrived, yet...I will let you know.


< Back to All Posts

Recent Posts

Archive

    Categories

    Tags

    Elected Officials Teaching Children Replacement Lawns Politicians Think B4U Dump Save Our Waterways Storm Water Public Outreach Environmental Business Partner Sally-Save-Water™ Song 2018 Water Saving Save Water While Cooking Policing Water Consumption Watering Plants Less Plan to Survive Disaster Planning Conserving Water While Doing Laundry Programs for Government Utility Water Conservation Opinion Share Your Water Photos Foods That Require Water to Make Children's Club Activities Water Conservation Videos in Spanish "Here Comes Sally-Save-Water"© e-Book World of Water News Private Water Conservation Solutions Parks and Recreation Group Activities Washing Dishes Stockton Record Agency's Message Word Trivia Holiday Tip Red Cross Public Service Announcement Water Awareness Month Trivia California Drought Blast from the Past Rainiest Cities in the US Plan2Survive Water to Fight Fire Cooking Uses Water Saving Water on Holidays Outreach Needs Water Conservation Videos in English Public Water Conservation Efforts Diana Lowery Consulting Water Conservation Public Outreach New Year Resolutions Summer Camp Package Successful Public Awareness Campaigns Hotel Resorts Artificial Grass Water Intoxication Revised Water Regulations Water Awareness Partner Saving Sink Water Drought Tolerant Plants Zero Water Use Coming Soon! Updated Watering Hours Sprinkler Water Waste Water Recycling Outreach Programs Watching Your Water Consumption Corporate Water Convservation What are your Numbers? License Water Conservation Public Awareness Campaigns Water Tower Displays Water Restrictions Multiple Water Uses Naked Water Tower Public Awareness TV Commericals Saving Water Washing Hair Zero Water Manufacturing Starting the Year Off Right No Lawn Solutions Facebook Sally-Save-Water™ Helpers Product Branding Watching Your Water Usage Rainiest City Artificial Lawns Low Water Gardens Alex Breitler Leaking Sprinkler Heads Water Conservation Messenger Save Water Over the Holidays Public Awareness Store Opening Happy New Year Water Conservation Outreach Programs for Schools Changing Seasons Public Water Conservation Programs FEMA Water Use Awareness For Schools San Joaquin County Things for Kids to do at Camp Earth Day Saving Water in the Summer Sally-Save-Water™ For the Classroom Public Awareness Water Conservation Dripping Faucets Change of Seasons Sprinkler Maintenance Sally Save Water™ The Communicator Awards Water Conservation Outreach Programs for Children Educational Awareness Programs Public Awareness Campaign for Businesses Automatic Sprinkler Settings Water Conservation Public Awareness Store Conserving Water in the Kitchen 2019 Water Savings Policing Water Waste Award Winning Awareness Programs Reuse Cooking Water Drought Resistant Plants Preparing for a Disaster State Waterboard News Special Water Awareness Month Package Mother Earth Storm Drains Tips Church Youth Camps Watering Plants with Recycled Water