Artificial grass has become a popular replacement for real grass in play areas and nurseries. There are many reasons for this which we will be exploring today.
Today we’re talking about installing artificial turf in your garden. It can easily transform your garden from a muddy wet, grey patch to a pristine lush green lawn. Artificial grass has become so much popular in the last few years simply because it looks so good all year round.
Grass as an alternative to carpet? Yes, we know it sounds crazy, but if the number of customers we have who enjoy having grass as their ‘alternative carpet’ are anything to go by, we know it can work.
Artificial grass is such a versatile and hard-wearing surface for your garden or commercial property that we can’t recommend it enough. We’ve seen enough satisfied customers over the years and installed it for enough happy clients to know that it’s a great success.
It may seem bizarre but artificial grass is becoming increasingly popular as a floor surface indoors as well as outdoors. Why? Well, it’s a really great floor surface to start off with, and every bit as robust as carpet or laminate flooring, and perhaps a little bit more caring for your feet than wooden floorboards.
If you’ve had artificial grass installed in your garden and you’re worried about whether it’s safe for pets, perhaps you’re getting a dog or a cat, then fear not because artificial grass is perfect for animals. We wouldn’t recommend it for our customers if we didn’t think it worked well – and it does.
The summer will be very busy for most families, there’ll be the children to keep entertained, the job, the house, the garden to take care of. Yes, the garden. And how on earth are you meant to fit that in? After all, it’s probably starting to look a little faded, but who has the time to deal with it?
Artificial grass isn’t just great for the garden it’s also great for all sorts of other things to do, one of those things is sports. Today then, we’re going to be talking about all the great things you can do using artificial grass for sports.
If you’ve neglected your garden of late then perhaps it’s time to get it ready for summer. You may think it’s too late now - after all it is already summer! And yes, you’re right, but it’s never too late to make an effort and get it looking pristine and fresh so you can sit down and enjoy the garden, regardless of how many weeks or months there are left of summer.
So, you’re thinking about having your artificial grass installed and if this is the case then you’ll need to get your grass prepped and ready. There’s a certain amount of pre-work involved, but it’s possible to get it done right as long as you know what you’re doing.
You may not associate the words artificial grass with the elderly, but there are so many good reasons why artificial grass is such a great idea for older people that we’ve come up with a post discussing the benefits.
Are you struggling with your garden and looking for low maintenance ways of keeping it in good condition? Well today’s the day where you find helpful ideas that might help you keep your garden in top condition without too much hard work.
If you’re debating about artificial grass and turning your garden into an oasis of lush green, then you’ll need some idea of how to choose high quality artificial grass
You’ve heard all the great things about artificial grass and now you want to invest in it for your own garden. But, while replacing natural grass with artificial is definitely worth doing, there are certain questions you need to ask before you invest.
In today’s post we’re talking about how to install an artificial grass putting green yourself, so you can have rounds of golf whenever you feel like it and enjoy the game once more.
Perhaps you’ve said goodbye to your garden during the harsh winter months because it’s too much hard work to maintain. You know it could do with some work during the winter months, but you’d rather not go out there in the wind and rain.
So, you’ve decided to invest in artificial grass and you’re going to install it yourself? If this is the case then perhaps you need some tips on how to get it right first time?
Are you thinking of having artificial grass in your garden to replace natural turf? If so, you’ll be thinking about how you can replace it carefully with the right amount of artificial grass.