The advantages include saving money and time, especially on lawn maintenance, and it can also improve lifestyle and help with environmental issues.
Low maintenance – generating savings on time and up-keep costs. This applies to homeowners, the elderly for whom maintenance is not practical, second/holiday home owners and also organisations such as local councils who have to maintain roadside verges, city parks and pathways
No watering – ideal where water is scarce or in hosepipe/sprinkler ban areas.
Better for the environment – no need for pesticides and mowing.
Ideal for areas of heavy usage – no more slippery, muddy areas, no more muddy shoes or muddy dogs’ paws to have to clean up!
All-year-round green – aesthetically pleasing to the eye no matter what time of year. No more yellow patches on your lawn and no more weeds staring back at you!
Clean and hygienically safe – no degradation by pets.
It varies according to each project, but all our products have a handy calculator on them to help you figure out how much synthetic grass you will need.
Some artificial grasses need an infill to help hold the grass down and to provide a bit of shock absorption. Sand is normally used as it is often a cheaper alternative to rubber and is also chemically inert and fire resistant.
Artificial grass is low maintenance, helping you to save on time and money. You will have a beautiful lawn with no need to mow or water the grass, add fertiliser, and your pets won’t damage the grass.
Artificial grass is held in place using special adhesives and joining tapes, which we also sell.
Your pets will be fine! They tend to treat artificial grass just like normal grass except they can’t dig it up! Any droppings are easy for you to remove or wash away. If the grass will receive very heavy use from pets, as it would in a kennels, we recommend that you use disinfectant to clean it as this will help remove smells and kill bacteria. However, where you have light use, this is rarely needed.