Artificial grass is soft, realistic and virtually maintenance free. It requires no soil, water or sunlight! Simple to maintenance, easy to clean and guaranteed to stay looking vivid and fresh, it is the ideal choice for fuss free and natural looking surroundings.
Choosing your new artificial grass
This will depend on the intended purpose for your garden. There are plenty of options when it comes to choosing your artificial grass, and with many specialist suppliers ready to help you choose and making your decision easier. Will it be used for a family? Are your pets going to use the grass? or simply to finish off a landscaped area!
Call us today to find out what grass fits your situation.
We work with several suppliers with great knowledge and customer care.
Groundwork for Artificial Grass
We believe that great astro turf is started off with that sturdy
base. Like any good patio or floor screen, the base determines
all when it involves laying your artificial grass. We take care
when choosing a base suitable for the land and the surroundings
it will be going down on. Every effort is made to ensure this stage
is approached with care and the required knowledge.
Maintenance of your Artificial Grass
One of the most appealing features of having artificial grass is
that it does not require the amount of care and maintenance a
natural grass lawn lawn must have.
However, this does not mean that artificial turf is completely maintenance free. To keep your artificial grass looking at its best and to get the most enjoyment out of your investment, you will need to perform a bit of regular cleaning and maintenance.
How often do you need to perform maintenance? All will depend on your particular situation. For example, if you have pets, children, or lots of trees and shrubs, you will likely need to clean your lawn more often than homeowners without these surroundings.
Simply a light brush of the lawn with a stiff broom, not hard bristles.
Even apply a light dressing of dry kiln sand to help the pile of the turf.
If you have pets that urinate on your turf, you will need to seek specialist cleaning agents to help prevent smell. Please call and ask for advice regarding this, as we work with clients who can supply you the correct cleaning agents and help preserve your new artificial grass.
If you are considering having artificial grass and a lower maintenance area, the please contact us for some more in depth advice on installing your new artificial lawn.