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Water Rebate Information

SYNLawn is your authority for SMART water-saving, eco-friendly landscape solutions for Residential and Commercial applications. Not only can you save up to 70% OFF your water bill, you’ll be saving precious water resources too. Many local water authorities are providing additional incentives to encourage water savings by replacing water-hungry natural grass with water-saving synthetic grass and other drought-tolerant landscape options. For your convenience we’ve compiled a list of water rebate and reduction programs below or please contact your local SYNLawn representative, we’re here to help you.

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Arizona Water Rebates

For more information on the AZ programs please visit: http://waterawarenessmonth.com/.

 


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Southern California Water Rebates

Rebates are available for turf removal for $3.00 per sq.ft. or more in many areas. For more please visit: http://socalwatersmart.com.

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State of California Water Rebates

California Water Service Co. makes it easy to find rebates and programs for your district. For more please visit: http://calwater.com.


HERO Energy Efficient Financing Program

hero-financing-logo HERO (Home Energy Renovation Opportunity) is the #1 energy efficiency financing program in the United States. HERO partners with local governments to make energy efficient, water efficient, and renewable energy products more affordable for homeowners.

HERO provides financing for eligible energy efficient, water efficient, and renewable energy products. HERO finances 100% of the cost to purchase and install eligible products. HERO offers low, fixed interest rates with amortization periods of 5, 10, 15, or 20 years and, unlike other financing options, there are no credit score requirements and repayments are made through your property taxes, with the interest being tax deductible. Additionally, if the property is sold before the HERO assessment is paid in full, the remaining payments can legally be passed on to a new property owner.

HERO Financing is available to commercial and residential property owners in many cities and counties across the State of California. To find out if HERO is available in your community please Contact Us or call your SYNLawn representative at: 866-SYNLawn today!

 

 

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Colorado Water Rebates

For more information about water rebates available in Colorado, please select one of the following links:


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Nevada Water Rebates

For more information about water rebates available in Nevada, please select one of the following links:


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New Mexico Water Rebates

For more information about water rebates available in New Mexico, please select one of the following links:


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Oregon Water Rebates

For more information about water rebates available in Oregon, please select one of the following link(s):


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Texas Water Rebates

For more information about water rebates available in Texas, please select one of the following links:


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Utah Water Rebates

For more information about water rebates available in Texas, please select one of the following link(s):



Don’t see your state listed?

As demand grows and resources deplete more and more local water authorities, cities and states are adopting water rebates and incentives to encourage homeowners and contractors to make smart water choices for landscaping. We encourage you to contact your local SYNLawn representative to find out more about saving money with artificial grass solutions.

*Disclosure: The information contained within this document is based on research compiled in January of 2015 and believed to be true. SYNLawn accepts no liability for the contents within this document, or for the consequences of any actions taken on the basis of the information provided.

The U.S. Drought Monitor is jointly produced by the National Drought Mitigation Center at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, the United States Department of Agriculture, and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Map courtesy of NDMC-UNL.

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