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Conserving Water Through Landscape

April 27, 2015

With California’s severe drought resulting in mandated rationing of water, people are looking at how they can cut back. One way to do this is by removing your lawn.  It is estimated that 50% of residential water use takes place outdoors. A small lawn of 1000 Square Feet requires at least 35,000 gallons of water a year. CastleLite Block offers a number of solutions for replacing your lawn without losing the beauty of your yard.

Waterless Grass:

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Synthetic Turf has come along way in the last several years and is a wonderful drought resistant option. In addition to the water savings, synthetic turf is low maintenance, always looks great, no chemicals, no insects, pet friendly and a 15 – 20 year useful life.

Concrete Pavers and Retaining Walls

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Concrete Pavers can be used to create stunning patios, walkways, and outdoor living spaces that can replace part or all of a lawn. Pavers are a durable product and are virtually maintenance free.

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Retaining Walls can be used to create planter boxes or to increase the usable area of your yard by leveling uneven surfaces. CastleLite Block offers a number of retaining wall options including color blends that match those of our Concrete Pavers.

Browse the gallery below to view some more ideas on drought friendly landscaping. Feel free to contact one of our knowledgeable sales representatives to see how you can transform your yard.

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