Artificial grass lawn installation
Finally, a real alternative to a beautiful and natural grass lawn. Adverse weather conditions are making real grass lawns a thing of the past in some urban areas. Summer 2006 saw a hosepipe ban, last year brought flooding and this year is scorching. Artificial grass provides you with a safe garden surface along with other benefits including a permeable surface, UV resistant, impervious to our British climate and no more cutting the lawn or paying for lawn treatments.
We can offer a full range of the highest quality and most realistic synthetic turf currently available. Whatever your requirements are, we have an artificial lawn perfectly suited to you. If you assume that artificial grass probably feels strange under barefoot think again, our quality artificial turf feels natural just like the real thing. In fact we can install a shock base underneath our synthetic grass lawn that offers a soft surface not to dissimilar to our rubber crumb safety surfacing if desired.
With years of experience in Civil Engineering, specialist surfacing and paving solutions you can rely on Nationwide Driveways. For a freee estimate or to discuss your artificial grass lawn requirements contact us. We can offer a wide range of artificial grass turf to suit any requirements and varying budgets.Artificial grass lawn, artificial turf, astro turf, installers, installation, install, offer false grass, to garden, play area, nursery, patio, path, deck, flooring, Marshalls, specialist paving installer, driveway contractor, landscaper, block paver, nationwide driveways, in, North Wales – Cheshire – Wirral – Shropshire – North – West – South – East – Conwy – Wrexham – Norfolk – Suffolk – Derby – Swansea – Newport – Cardiff – Powys – Gwynedd – Stoke – Warrington – Scotland – England – Denbighshire – Anglesey – Bangor – Chester – Birmingham – Liverpool – Manchester – Merseyside – Shrewsbury – Leeds – Bradford – Lancashire – Buckinghamshire – Yorkshire – Cumbria – Humberside – London – Midlands – Bristol – Bath – Dorset – Gloucester – Wiltshire – Essex – Kent – Sussex – Hertfordshire – Devon – Cornwall – Somerset