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Artificial Grass is Modern and Attractive

We all love the sight of lush green grass. Nothing compares to the feeling of relaxing in a beautiful green garden. There are two ways to get that perfect lawn. You can either choose real grass to fulfil your dreams of having a verdant lawn or you can go for, the more popular option, artificial grass. Let’s look at this through an example. There are two individuals A and B. Imagine A chose real grass for their lawn whilst B chose synthetic grass. Both parties shared their pictures on their social media handles and for B; people could not believe that it was fake grass. As A was busy with their schedules, they couldn’t take care of their garden. Soon, there were weeds and pests found which spoiled the green grass and the lawn lost its lustre. On the other hand, B left the garden on its own and after a year too, their lawn was still intact. This in one the main benefits of installing the artificial grass in Watford. After a year both parties realised the condition of their lawns but for person B it was much easier. They washed their artificial grass with water and it regained its shine. They could arrange gatherings, BBQs, kid’s parties, and dinner parties in their garden. At first glance, none of the people could tell that it was an artificial turf. The friends and family applauded their effort, and everyone enjoyed it themselves. So, what does this story tell us? Let us make things simple to understand. Real grass is enticing but it comes with a lot of hard work and maintenance. If the home owner is busy with the routine of life and it’s difficult for them to look after the grass, so it’s not practical to have natural grass. On the other hand, artificial grass doesn’t need any maintenance. You can leave your kids to make a mess, let your pets sleep, eat or play on it and you can just clean the grass with a splash of water. Maintaining artificial grass is simple, there’s no need to cut or water it as it doesn’t grow. It’s environmentally friendly as there’s no need to weed killers or pesticides.

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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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