Choosing the Best Artificial Grass for Your Needs
Making the decision to move towards artificial turf for your home or business is one that will bring a whole lot of benefits, but it is crucial to ensure that you are choosing the best artificial grass for your individual needs. With so many different types of lawn available – from residential through to commercial and grass suitable for pets, sports and children – choosing what best suits your needs and requirements is essential to ensure longevity on your investment.
Here at Speir Innovations, we review each type of synthetic grass available, discuss the pros and cons as well as recommendations based on budget, maintenance and environmental impact.
These days, more and more consumers and businesses alike are working towards being as green as they can be, and knowing the environmental impact of purchases such as an artificial lawn is crucial.
Whether in use in your garden, on a roof terrace or within a school or exhibition, investing in artificial turf can be a great way to reduce your impact on the wider world.
- Less electricity and water used compared to maintaining a natural lawn – from mowing, watering and cleaning up grass stains and muddy footprints
- Eliminate the need for pesticides and chemicals
- Introducing green spaces into places where you would not usually see it – such as roof gardens and in urban schools gives way to the introduction of flowers and plants – actively encouraging insects and birds into these areas
Most gardens only stay looking good for a few weeks each year without constant maintenance, less if there is heavy rain followed by sunny days. Add to this children playing and pets as well as people walking across it constantly and the grass fading in the sun your garden can look horrible even after hours of maintenance each week. With Speir Innovations you won’t have to feed artificial grass either or put seed down because patches have worn out from constant foot fall, from garden furniture or pets playing on it so it’ll save you money and hours of work across its lifetime.
Why not request a FREE Consultation from us and see what all the fuss is about.