In recent years there has been a massive rise in the number of homeowners choosing artificial grass for their homes rather than traditional grass but what is interesting is that a number of businesses are now choosing to make the switch towards this artificial surface.
Why choose artificial turf?
Many people choose to incorporate artificial grass into designs and projects rather than traditional lawns because it provides them with green grass all year round and it removes the need for any excessive maintenance. In contrast traditional grass will require cutting on a frequent basis to prevent it from becoming overgrown which can look extremely unprofessional.
In the business world where first impressions are everything looking unprofessional can be the difference between getting a deal and missing out. It is important to present a professional image when people visit your company and artificial surfacing can aid you to do so.
Maintenance costs of traditional grass outweigh the costs to maintain Celebrity Greens artificial grass when you take into consideration the amount of man power required to maintain it and machinery especially if it is a large space. There is also a requirement for fertilisers, weed killers and pesticides in order to keep the grass looking good. In direct contrast of this, artificial turf requires minimal maintenance without the need for mowing, fertilising, weeding or seeding and this can reduce any costs considerably.
With traditional grass it only looks pleasant for part of the year, the rest of the time it is brown and barren. With artificial turf you get luscious green grass all year round no matter what the weather and this can be extremely beneficial for presenting pleasant looking premises to potential customers.
Artificial grass is installed onto a rubber shock pad and is available in a full range of different tyles and pile heights for maximum benefits when the surface is being used for different applications.
Our artificial turf surfacing is normally installed on a 15m shockpad, but can be laid onto an existing stone surface at 25mm in some cases although we will need a site inspection in order to ensure that the surface which we would lay the artificial grass onto is of the highest standard possible. Laying onto a surface which isn’t suitable will seriously damage the end result achieved.