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MAY NEWSLETTER

May was not without its problems as the weather was against us with some deluges of rain delaying projects, but in between the sunny weather meant we could crack on and catch up.

Our 30mm Superior grass put the finishing touches to a lovely rear garden where the client had constructed and rendered a brick wall to compliment the paving. The contrast between the render and the grass gave the garden a Mediterranean feel. The garden will be completed with a water feature and lighting, ready for a summer drinking sangria on the patio.

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Artificial grass is ideal to cover roof terrace as it is light weight so it won’t compromise any structural parameters. It can be attached to existing surfaces without the need for costly and time consuming lifting and removal.

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This one has covered up some old concrete flags with weeds growing up through the joints, brightening up the area and complimenting the existing benches and planter.

People often think that to install artificial grass, your lawn has to be square or rectangular. As you can see from the photograph below, this isn’t the case.

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The top of the un-even steps and existing trees and shrubs were accommodated, with the grass being cut to fit. Don’t worry if you have features or even washing poles set within your lawn, we can work round them.

Did you know that we have a sister company, Eternal Floors for carpets?

Have a look at our website and click on the Visit our Flooring Site link or call in at our showroom on Bruntcliffe Road, Morley.

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