If you live in Arizona, you know how brutal our Monsoon season can be: And if you have artificial turf/grass, this wet season can harm and even flood your backyard. Thankfully, you don’t have to worry about that anymore thanks to our artificial grass drainage system!

Have you ever wondered how a synthetic grass lawn or backyard putting green would hold up to the torrential downpour of one of Arizona’s infamous Monsoons? Does the drainage system actually work, or will it just hold pools of water on the surface, waiting for the sun to dry everything out? Or are you just tired of your kids and dogs going outside after a heavy rain, only to drag a mountain of mud back inside?

Check out this timeline from the storm that recently hit the Scottsdale area two nights ago, dropping over an inch and a half of rain in 30 minutes. See for yourself how amazing our drainage system works, how quickly you can get back out and enjoy your yard again, and most impressive: notice there’s no big soggy, muddy patches in the grass and no recovery time needed for the grass to regrow!

We could go on and on, but we’ll just let you review these time-stamped photos for yourself:

Our synthetic turf designers and golf installation engineers have spent years perfecting our unique artificial grass drainage system. We use a unique base structure that is second to none, and highly effective in its drainage allowances. We know that Arizona rains can be brutal on your grass. Celebrity Greens’ system will minimize that and will allow you enjoy your backyard or practice your short game as quickly as possible after a heavy Monsoon downpour. What’s more, you won’t get standing water or mud accumulating in your backyard, ruining your gorgeous landscape, and allowing your dogs or kids to track all that mud into your house.

Let us know if you have any questions about designing an artificial grass system for your backyard, or installing an entire brand new synthetic turf lawn on your property. Contact us, or call us today for a free artificial grass estimate in the greater Phoenix area: (480) 666-0288.

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