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When choosing to use artificial grass to add some colour and low maintenance ground covering to your home and garden, it is important that you gather as much information on the subject as possible. One of the most common and important questions that we hear all the time are, “how is the grass installed” &

The UK has a dynamic and varied landscape that features many mountains and hills to keep the scenery quite interesting. Although that is great for explorers who want to enjoy a view from on high, there are both pros and cons to living on a hill, which ranges from having impressive views of the surrounding

Synthetic grass is becoming popular and quickly replacing natural grass in modern sport venues and pitches. This has been attributed to its numerous advantages. Besides it looking and having the same texture as natural grass, the following qualities make artificial grass the better choice for use in sport pitches. Artificial sport pitches are safer to

Artificial grass is not new to many as it has been around for years. It has been in use since the mid twentieth century. Synthetic turf is basically a surface made from synthetic fibre and which was initially used in pitches for traditional sports such as baseball and tennis. However, today artificial grass has become

Break out areas are places in a company or business where the employees or visitors can have informal meetings, eat lunches or relax for some time. There is a need for players to rest for a while after working for a long time. Through that, they will be able to refresh their brains and energy.

The history of the artificial grass dates back to the late 1960’s when it was used in the first covered sports stadium in the United States of America, the Houston Astrodome. Over the years, a lot of inventions and modifications have gone into the artificial grass and as more of those modifications and upgrades are