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Dealing with Grass Allergies

Don’t let your allergies stop you from having the lawn of your dreams, with the help of artificial grass you can have that perfect lawn without having to suffer with allergies. We all love to wake up in the morning and look out over a beautiful green garden. However, if you or someone you live with, is allergic to the real grass, it can be painful and in rare cases dangerous. Especially during the spring and summer where the pollen count is much higher. Symptoms of grass allergies If you’ve never suffered from hay fever, then it’s hard to understand the experience you go through when your allergies are triggered. The common symptoms of the grass allergies are: Fever Sneezing Running nose Watery or itchy eyes Difficulty in breathing Headaches Fatigue If you notice a family member or even a friend with these symptoms when exposed to natural grass, then it may be time to replace your lawn with artificial grass. The trend of replacing natural grass with artificial grass in Bedford is becoming ever more popular, especially with those who suffer from allergies. Make the switch and benefit from the following: Your allergy symptoms will lessen as will the need for medication. It is non-toxic. No need to mow. Very little maintenance. Lush green lawn all year round. There is no need to water the grass No need for pesticides and fertilizers You will always find people who are pessimistic about installing artificial grass, when they hear fake grass their mind automatically goes to the luminous green “astro turf” from football and tennis courts of the early 2000’s. But things have changed, our artificial grass is made to look exactly like its natural counterpart. In fact, 9 out of 10 people can’t tell the difference at first glance. So, if you’re looking for the perfect artificial grass Bedford has to offer then get in touch today. You can browse the various styles of grass and even a sample through our website.

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The Average Cost of Artificial Grass

When you’re looking for artificial grass in Hertfordshire, you can easily become overwhelmed with the wealth of information available to you. With a wider choice, quality and variety you should be eager to learn more about the artificial turf and how much it will cost to install in your lawn. This article aims to provide a list of factors that could drive the cost of the artificial turf: Square metres The most important factor that can affect the price is the area of lawn that you plan to cover. The cost will further depend on whether the area to be covered with the artificial grass has any odd shapes. The more intricate the area, the more will be the cost of the material you need. Installation/labour costs Generally, the installation and labour costs are covered along with the price per square meter of artificial grass. From whichever contractor you buy the turf, they will tell you the price including the installation cost. However, if you know how to, you can install it yourself and save the cost of installation. Keep in mind that a professional will know how to install the turf properly. Landscaping The surface itself is something consider when calculating the price of installation. If you already have a real grass lawn, then you need to calculate the cost of removal and then add the cost of installation. The variety of the turf There are a wide variety of different types of artificial grass, all different in style, colour and length. All our lawns are made from polyethylene, polypropylene and polyamide yarns, making them soft, realistic and durable. Different lengths and styles can also come at different prices. Our shortest style, the venetian dark turf, comes at £10.50 (not including vat) whilst our longest, galaxy, comes at £17.50 (not including vat). This is the price per squared meter and doesn’t include the price of installation. For more information on our prices or to order a sample of one of our lawns please get in touch today. You can contact via phone, email or by completing the contact form on our contact us page.

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Artificial Grass Gardening Ideas

Do you have a small garden, or are you just confined to a balcony for some greenery? It’s obvious that you don’t have enough room for grass, but that doesn’t mean you can’t. We can provide you with some ideas on how can you enjoy the beauty of grass in the small area you have. The use of artificial grass in Hertford will enable you to have your green space, a space for your children to enjoy. Artificial grass can do wonders to even the smallest spaces and here are some of the tips to achieve the desired results: Setting the grass stage The lush green texture of faux grass is the perfect choice for your lawn. This green space will be an ideal contrast to whatever colours you are wishing to put across the garden area. You can create a traditional centrepiece with bordering plants or even place your artificial grass in your living room. Using colours Use different colours to add vibrancy to your garden. It’s ideal to put the smaller plants in front and the tall ones at the back. However, if you have brought good vibrant plants, place them in the background for a nice backdrop to your garden. Create Destinations Who said you can’t create a cosy destination in your garden. Think of placing your comfortable chair table and a reading nook or create a dining space for you and your better half over the artificial turf Go vertical You can choose vertical and columnar greens with a narrow upright will help you have your garden area whilst making the most of the little space available. The height of the turf will draw the eyes upward and this will make the small garden appear larger. These vertical columns don’t take up a lot of room in regards of floor space and will leave enough space for your artificial turf. Raised beds Use rocks, wood, bricks and stones to create raised areas in your garden is always considered good. This will help you elevate your lawn, decking or patio. Create these raised beds adjacent to the grass and make the edges wide enough for a double bench seating.

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