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Covid-19 Corona Virus Artificial Grass Installation

Covid-19 Corona Virus And Artificial Grass Installation In Your Garden

Corona Virus is a problem that the whole world is currently experiencing and there seem to be rising concern for artificial grass suppliers and potential customers. 

We have learned that the Corona Virus started back in China however it has spread rapidly to Europe and the United States of America with little reports of cases in Africa. Most of artificial grass imported into the United  Kingdom come from China and this has caused a bit of panic for local artificial grass installers. This should not be a major issue as precautions  can be taken by professionals who have concerns of contracting the virus from their artificial turf rolls by washing their hands regularly.

Covid-19 Corona Virus Artificial Grass Installation

This is very unlikely and China manufacturers are making every effort that all end users are protected from this virus. The main issue that customers have expressed is the worry of any potential infected artificial grass installer visiting their home.

It is reasonable for anyone homeowner or potential customer to be concerned however a few precautions can be taken. If you are interested in installing artificial turf and have any worries then there are two options; Firstly, you can request a visit or survey in your absence and ask the installer to leave any samples in a safe place in your garden. Secondly, you could give access to the installer and remain at a distance without any contact with them. If you decide to go ahead with that particular company then every correspondence can be done via email and any payments done electronically. On the day or days of installation the householder or customer could decide to stay indoors and avoid any contact with the installer and may use their own discretion as to whether they want to offer any hospitality or access to their toilets, etc.

Artificial grass offers many benefits and completely enhances the look and feel of gardens. It injects a massive amount of greenery all year round, regardless of weather conditions and can last many years. Maintenance is minimal, even after severe weather conditions it require very minimal maintenance. Natural lawns will require mowing, feeding and watering whereas fake turf wouldn’t. 

Do not let the Covid-19 aka Corona Virus stop you from installing artificial grass in your garden this summer! For more advice on Covid-19 visit the NHS Website today.

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Install Artificial Grass: UK Heat Waves Leave Garden Lawns Dry

Whilst the idea to install artificial grass has not been on many people’s minds, the current lovely weather being experienced in UK has been causing some garden lawn headaches for lots of homeowners around the country.

As mentioned on BBC Breakfast television this morning, lawns are the most resilient things in your garden so when there are no rains the lawns turn to be fine. However homeowners can install artificial grass in their backyard of your garden.

The sunny weather has been amazing but the heat has caused lawns of some homes in Britain to dry up. Some pictures of backyards with dried lawns were shown on the programme and they looked very dry. A comment made by the hosts was that it did not matter how often the householders watered their grass, it dried off.

A south facing garden always has a greater chance of its grass surviving than one that isn’t and unfortunately in our experience as artificial grass specialists, the best solution for these ones has been to install artificial grass.

Why You Should Install Artificial Grass In Your Garden

The quality of artificial grass has improved in recent years and looks really natural. Synthetic turf has been around since the sixties but in recent years there has been some major improvements making it the ideal choice for a hassle-free life.

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They come in different pile heights, density and colour shades so it is advisable to shop around and get lots of samples from a specialist supplier or installer.

The last few weeks has been a period of sports, with the world cup and now Wimbledon tennis championships. Unlike the nicely manicured lawns of these sports facilities, most will return to see their gardens that are suffering from the drought and that could be very disappointing.

So if you would like to get your garden looking like the lawns at centre court or Sochi stadium then do some research and get some quotes on how much it costs to install artificial grass.