One of life’s great pleasures is looking out the window and seeing that the perpetual rain has finally stopped. Now it’s the best time to head outside and have a lovely BBQ in the garden. Just head to the shops and grab some fixings, some nice things to drink and a few extra lawn chairs…. and some lawn seed. And some fertiliser. And some weed killer. Ok, maybe the BBQ isn’t such a good idea after all.
With the constant rains of the South of England, it can be a tough endeavour to try to keep an urban lawn. Just when you think that the weather has dried out enough to start enjoying your garden, it can get far too dry. Your lush lawn can easily turn into an arid desert, filled with cracks and runnels that look ghastly and track dust into the house.
Just when you start to think that you should just call it quits and back a load of wet cement onto your lawn, don’t give up just yet. If you want a lush and dramatic garden that becomes the envy of your neighbours, there is a simple answer: install artificial grass.
I know, I know – you might be thinking that the artificial grass of the past looks cheap, obvious or ‘fake,’ but today’s artificial grass looks more natural and lush than ever. It is virtually impossible to tell the difference between natural grass and artificial grass, and the installation and maintenance processes could not be easier.
No matter what the weather is doing outside, artificial grass can transform your space into the perfect place to spend time, enjoy a picnic and even finally host that BBQ! Families who choose to make the change to artificial grass report spending a lot more time outside than ever before, dining al fresco, playing a game of boules or simply just unwinding after a long day. Even shortly after the rain, your garden is ready to go – the ground will not be sodden or muddy.
You have spent money on your garden, and you value your family’s happiness and health. So why not ensure that everyone can spend a lot more time out in the fresh air, enjoying each other’s company and maintaining an active lifestyle?
If you have questions about installing an artificial lawn in the South of England, give us a call or send us an email. The team here at New Lawn are happy to help.