A real lawn installed surrounded by raised railway sleeper flower beds and matching horizontal timber slatted fencing.
A small artificial lawn installed between 2 decks and bordered with raised timber flower beds.
A small lawn installed alongside a stepping stone pathway and new deck with handrail and spindles.
Why Choose Artificial Lawn over Real Grass
Real turf or artificial turf is a question we get asked regularly and there is no right or wrong answer, both have plenty of pro’s and con’s. The most obvious benefit of having an artificial lawn is not spending your day off work mowing it. However artificial lawns to have plenty of cons too, although artificial lawns are becoming increasingly popular, experts say it could have an effect on our British wildlife and lead to bigger problems with our ecological system further down the line. Before you make the call, we’ve put together a snippet of info to help you make a more informed decision.
What do you need to know;
1. What will your lawn be used for?
2. How busy are you? And will you have time to upkeep a real lawn?
3. What is my budget? (Artificial lawns are more expensive!)
4. Will children and pets be using the space regularly?
5. Is my garden capable of growing a healthy lawn?
Once you understand the purpose of your new lawn and have identified the pros and cons, it should be a lot easier to make an informed decision.