Turf painting spreads as drought ravages lawns
Brown to green » Properties turn lush with no watering needed to sustain the color.
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Store manager Damon Riggles said Birdwell’s price for the paint job — about $600 — was worth it because the vibrant-looking grass has attracted customers.
"It looks great," Riggles said. "It gave us some curb appeal and definitely got us some new customers’ attention. And that’s what we were hoping for."
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