Known as the home of country music and it’s warm vibes and people, Nashville is a wonderful and beautiful place to live. With it’s temperate climate, there can be big cold winters and very hot, muggy summers, which can affect yards and vegetation. Nashville homeowners are choosing artificial grass. Here are just a few reasons artificial grass is a great choice in Nashville:
Artificial grass can withstand almost all weather conditions, hot or cold, which is important for Nashville’s varying climate. Turf remains green and closely resembles real grass, without showing any brown spots or wear and tear. Even high traffic areas require minimal maintenance.
Artificial grass does not require regular watering to maintain it, which means big water savings and less impact on the environment.
With artificial grass, no mowing or watering is needed, which means you can spend more time in your backyard admiring and enjoying your yard and less time taking care of it. Any debris or messes in the turf can be easily cleaned with water, and when necessary, mild detergent and brushing.
NO FERTILIZERS OR PESTICIDES
Unlike real grass, artificial grass always looks green and lush without any need for fertilizers or pesticides, making it better for the environment and those enjoying the yard. Additionally, artificial grass does not provide a food source for bugs like regular grass, and therefore, pests are less likely to take up residence in your yard.
GREAT FOR CHILDREN & PETS
Because well-maintained artificial lawns do not require any fertilizers or pesticides, they are great for children and pets to play on. Any mess made on the turf can easily be cleaned with water and mild detergent.
Our goal at Southern Turf Co. is to provide each customer with exceptional service using superior materials and processes. We focus on delivering quality workmanship at a competitive price and pride ourselves on providing a personalized and enjoyable experience throughout the turf installation process. Contact us today to receive a free quote for turf installation in Nashville.