A Quick and Simple Guide to Installing Artificial Grass

Artificial grass comes in either 2m or 4m width rolls. The grass has a directional pile and it is preferable to lay the grass leaning towards the house or seating area. Draw a diagram of your garden and work out the optimum layout. Try to minimise the number of joins you will need. Dig up… Read more »

Achieving a Neat Finish on an Artificial Grass Installation

We have an excellent product available as an accessory in our shop that is perfect for creating an excellent neat finish to an artificial grass installation. Our Composite Plastic Edging is made from 100% recycled materials and will create that professional finish every time. It has been common in the artificial grass industry to use… Read more »

Artificial Grass for Hot Tubs

Artificial Grass is an exceptional addition to a Hot Tub set up. Often people will use wood or stones, but these can get slippy when wet. In addition, if you were to slip on stones this could even cause scraped knees or other injury. If you are considering artificial grass for the surrounding area of… Read more »

Black Friday Deal for Artificial Grass

We are proud to announce our excellent 2019 Black Friday Sale. We have taken off delivery charges across our entire range for the Black Friday weekend only. Unbelievably, this is on top of our 40% off November Sale. Make sure you don’t miss out as this is a one-time only sale. Check out our range… Read more »

Muddy Gardens

One of the most common reasons for purchasing artificial grass is to reduce mud and mess from being traipsed through your home caused by a muddy lawn. Sometimes back gardens can be so prone to being muddy that the grass is avoided like the plague, rendering owning a lawn pointless. This is often caused by… Read more »

Trinity Buoy Wharf Artificial Grass

We are proud to say that we have provided the artificial grass at a beautiful installation overlooking the Thames and the O2 Arena. The installation was completed by Urban Space Events and the location was the picturesque Trinity Buoy Wharf. The location really is a beautiful part of the city just take a look at… Read more »

Cheap Just Became Super Cheap

We are excited to announce the launch of a new product, our 2m X 1m Super Cheap Roll – 30mm. These rolls of artificial grass are an unbelievable bargain at only £21.22 including Vat and including delivery, for a 30mm pile height grass! The grass has a 30mm pile height and a light brown thatch…. Read more »

A Stand that Stands Out

One popular use for Artificial Grass is in displays at events and conferences. Many exhibition companies use artificial grass whenever they are trying to create a theme or an association with nature. If the stand is selling gardening equipment artificial grass can give it a great outdoorsy feel. If the stand advertised a sporting organisation,… Read more »

First-Time Buyers, Don’t Pay More for Your Garden

Did you know that home buyers are forking out close to £30,000 more, on average, for properties with gardens attached? It’s true that Brits prefer green gardens than concrete yards, but many first-time buyers can’t afford the additional expense. It can seem like a no-win situation when a green space to relax in is top… Read more »

Never Weed Your Garden Again!

Did you know that today is National Weed Your Garden Day? A day set aside to show those neglected gardens some love now that we’re on our way to summer time. Studies suggest that the average UK gardener will spend around 114 hours a year on menial gardening tasks such as mowing lawns and weeding… Read more »

Create a Space for Mindfulness in Your Home

Did you know London is one of the top three most stressful places to live in the UK? According to Time Out’s annual City Life index (2018), Londoners are some of the most stressed out people in the world, with 50% of respondents revealing they’d felt seriously stressed out in the past 24 hours. With… Read more »

How to Create a Breakout Space in Your Office

Breakout spaces are becoming common in offices big and small across the country. Distinct from your run-of-the mill “staff room”, breakout areas are designed to be a space where employees can relax and disengage from the stresses of work. Are you a business owner or office manager looking to reduce stress and increase productivity? Find… Read more »