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Turf Removal Rebates in Pasadena Just Got Sweeter

Turf Removal Programs in Pasadena

If you’ve not been loving this trend of chilly winds touching Los Angeles, prepare to remember why the summer’s not your friend either. As always, your lawn is going to be under siege by the sunny season and if you’ve been convinced on my argument on why to remove your turf, I’ve got good news for you.

Landscapers in Pasadena have known to charge a dollar, but the SoCal Water$mart is offering a turf removal rebate through the Turf Removal Program in Pasadena. And with the potential to own a yard like this - you might want to go for it.

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Drought Landscaping


Underneath the hood, this project has had a tumultuous history. The Turf Removal Rebate Program resurfaced in 2015. But because of the landscaping trends in Pasadena, funding dried up. Now in 2017, the list of 50 water agencies offering the turf removal rebate has fallen to 3.


  • Pasadena Water and Power
  • Los Angeles Department of Water and Power
  • City of Anaheim


If any of these companies are your water service, hiring a landscaper in Pasadena just got a little more reasonable.


With an address and a ballpark estimation of your lawn’s square footage you can figure out how much the rebate will save you.




Keep in mind.

As I’ve said before the program’s funding has shrunk, and the rebate is not as substantial as it used to be. That being said, if you’re tired of your lawn, (trust me I was), this is essentially a 35% off coupon that people don’t take advantage of when they get the turf removal project going.


It’s a big project that you want to be done correctly, so hire the right landscaper in Pasadena and go with Novel Remodeling. We want you to save money while loving the results.

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