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Artificial grass helping grow our business!

Updated: Apr 20, 2019

As we welcome in the summertime we launch our fantastic range of artificial grass but we don't stop there , we also provide an excellent estimation & installation service. Simply get in touch with us & we aim to get out to you within 24 hours !

This process is quite simple we step 1 we send out our estimator he will survey your ground works & then report back to us. Step 2. We will then call you back with our ground works estimation. Step 3 choose your grade of artificial grass to complete your overall price.Step 4. We will get you booked in for your install.

Here are a list of benefits of having an artificial lawn

1.Reduce your water bills and save precious water

Straw-like and yellow – a common look of lawns suffering the hotter, drier summer months. To keep a lawn green and springy takes water – a commodity that is expensive and sometimes unavailable. Watering is also hard work. It takes hours. During hose pipe bans it is illegal to use sprinklers, so a back-jarring mission with a watering can puts even more strain on you to keep together a healthy lawn.

2. More time to relax

Once your new lawn is installed, you can trade in your mower and stop worrying about watering. All you need to do is clear the leaves off and occasionally give it a quick brush and spray. Or you can simply call in the experts. We can give it a makeover for you.

3. Easi-Play created for your children

Worries about children falling over on to a hard surface when playing out in the garden is drastically reduced when you have the Easi-play system installed. Bringing you peace of mind, Easigrass install soft foam pads underneath the grass to cushion any blows from falling over or slipping off a garden swing. For both the very young – and those of us who are less sure of foot – falling over on this system presents little danger. No need to worry about those more daring dance moves during your garden party anymore!

4. If your dogs are your priority

Dogs love artificial grass, as it is soft on their paws. They don’t care that it is easy to clean, nevertheless you will. Easigrass has a perforated backing so urine flows through it. Solid waste is effortless to pick up and far easier than clearing up from a natural lawn.

5. Great for tenants and landlords

There are common problems with natural grass in rented properties. Tenants may worry about water costs and the drag of mowing a lawn which is not theirs. As a landlord, however, you want the place to be kept in good condition. An artificial lawn is a great solution for both parties.

You keep your home looking good, and you can attract tenants who do not want to be a slave to the home they only rent and not own.

5. The solution to the shaded areas

It’s common for grass to become brown and moss-covered in shaded areas, such as under a large tree. Real grass needs direct sunlight, whereas Easigrass does not need any sun to stay looking good. Your Easigrass garden is guaranteed to be green all over, year-round

6. Are you often away working or on holiday?

For the cruiser or the jet setter, a real lawn can be a real bother. If you regularly travel for work, or just like to holiday, you know having a garden of natural grass is a big responsibility. Natural grass needs watering and looking after. Imagine being able to close your garden door and leave knowing that when you come home the lawn will be green and as short as when you left. With Easigrass it will be as perfect as when you left.

7. Throw away harmful pesticides

Keeping a natural lawn green and moss-free not only takes dedication, mowing and watering, it also requires using harmful pesticides and herbicides that filter through the soil and drain into the waterways. These chemicals kill, pollute, and pose potential health threats to people, even those who may not even have a lawn.

You can help planet earth and your own local environment by using Easigrass. We always encourage the introduction of some Flora beds as an added touch. No one need know the difference.

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