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Got A Puppy For Christmas?

If you have got the best artificial grass Liverpool has to offer then looking after your puppy should be a breeze.If you have got a puppy for Christmas, or have had a dog for a long time now, our artificial grass is the perfect way to make mess clean-ups a synch.Artificial grass has many perks, but one of the best ones is just how easy and hygienic they make cleaning up after dogs and cats.  Grass will not be discoloured by urine and it is easier to remove droppings.To ensure the lon..

How To Care For Daffodils

Daffodils will be appearing soon, bringing the best artificial turf Liverpool has to offer to life.When daffodils start appearing in February, it can be a very exciting time as you anticipate the spring ahead. Daffodils are perennial bulbs which means they will appear every year. Not only will you get some of the first glimpses of spring in your own garden if you plant daffodils, but you will benefit from it year after year as the daffodils spread across your garden.Once the flowers start ..

Beware Of Artificial Grass Thefts At Home!

There are many excellent reasons to have artificial grass in Oldham installed in your garden, whether it’s ease of maintenance and reduced water usage or limiting the amount of harmful pesticides you use in your outdoor spaces. But you do need to be a bit careful because it seems as though nefarious people out there are intent on making off with your fake grass at the moment.Just last November, the Lancashire Evening Post reported that a homeowner in Adlington in Chorley woke up to find th..

Why You Need To Tidy Your Front Garden If You’re Selling Up

If you’re planning to move home this year your first thought might not be to do a lot of work on the property before you move on - but if you don’t you could be missing out on a higher offer from a buyer, or a sale altogether.The Daily Mail recently highlighted some of the mistakes that homeowners make when they’re getting ready to sell up - and some of them could even knock thousands of pounds off the value of your property.One place that you should pay particular attention to is your fro..

The Benefits Of Artificial Grass

Who doesn’t want a lovely garden, with beautiful flowers, shrubs and trees? The perfect place to while away a sunny afternoon… but beautiful gardens don’t just happen on their own and they are a lot of work, which is why so many people these days opt for artificial grass installation in Manchester and elsewhere instead. Here are just a couple of the benefits of choosing this over real grass.Easy to maintainGardens take a lot of effort to keep them looking good but with artificial grass, you..

Think About Kerb Appeal If You’re Planning To Sell

If you’re intending to sell your property in 2018, you need to take a bit of time to get it in the best possible condition to maximise the offers you receive, as well as, hopefully, reduce the amount of time your home is on the market.The Irish Times has offered some advice to homeowners planning to move in the coming months, noting that getting a home ready to sell it can take quite a bit of time.Boosting your property’s kerb appeal is a must, with branch manager at Quillsen estate agency..

Tips On Garden Design In An Urban Environment

If you live in a city in the UK, chances are that you’ve got limited outdoor space. For many of us, a small balcony or roof terrace is the only area we’ve got where we can grow plants and spend time outdoors.So how can you make the most of this area and have a manageable outdoor space to call your own?The Evening Standard recently highlighted the growing popularity of conifers, which can work particularly well if you’ve only got limited room. A small, rugged-looking pine can “evoke a hills..

Should You Use Smart Garden Tech?

If you’re not sure what a smart garden is, we’ve been told it’s not simply choosing artificial grass to save your patch from Manchester’s extremities of all-year rain and short bursts of intense heat. Of course that is the smart choice, but a smart garden actually refers to one that uses high-tech gadgets to help your backyard not just survive, but thrive too.Clever garden gadgets have been around for a while, but with the rise of digital home assistants such as the Amazon Echo and Google ..

Could Artificial Grass Reduce Water Use At Your Business?

Many of us are becoming more environmentally conscious and the same goes for businesses too. If you run your own company, you may well be looking for ways in which to help the environment - and the good news is that some of the steps you can take will also save you money.Water is one of the services we all take for granted in the UK, but that doesn’t mean we should waste it. Shout Out UK recently offered some advice on what steps businesses can take to reduce their water use.Among them is t..

How To Create A Year Round Garden

If you’re planning a garden makeover ready for the summer months then you might be interested in finding artificial grass suppliers in Manchester for a maintenance free lawn.After all, trying to maintain a great lawn during the hottest months of the year can be a real task, while in winter lawns can easily become boggy and overgrown. Artificial grass is great for a garden that will look great year round, but what else can you do? These tips are sure to work a treat.Think about introducing ..

Experts Warn Of ‘Short Spring’ For Gardeners

If you don’t fancy the upkeep of maintaining your lawn this summer, then you might be interested in finding the best artificial grass in Manchester to install inyour garden. With a colder and wetter spring than predicted, it’s likely you’ve put off some of your important gardening jobs, so to ensure your garden is looking great for the summer months, and with some warmer days ahead, now is a great time to get out in the garden and tackle them.Weather experts have predicted that this year’s..

Pollen Counts Set To Soar In Warmer Weather

While many of us have been waiting eagerly for the proper arrival of spring and - dare we say it - the start of summer, those who have allergies have probably been enjoying the cold spell and the lower pollen counts this weather brings However, with temperatures around the UK set to climb, the pollen forecast is also changing, with the Met Office rating much of the country at high levels from 19 to 21 April, tailing off to medium in some areas as we move through the weekend.If you have ha..

Gardens On List For Home Buyers

What do you look for when you’re searching for a new home? Are you concerned about the number of bedrooms it has, where the property is located, or whether it has a good broadband connection?All of those things are important to consider, but one feature that a significant number of buyers are looking for is a garden.This is according to the latest Gocompare Home Insurance home buyer survey, with City AM noting that 69 per cent of those house hunting are looking for a property with some out..

Homeowners Warned To Protect Gardens And Sheds From Thieves

Homeowners might not necessarily think their shrubs and plants are at risk when they are buried in the ground, but thieves have been known to steal or vandalise people’s gardens if they are left unlocked.  In addition to this, with £550 worth of contents typically stored in garages or sheds, households should make sure their outbuildings are securely locked at all times to protect them from thefts. According to a survey by M&S Bank, 33 per cent of shed owners have left their..

Water-Saving Tips For The Garden

The weather this year has already been unseasonably hot, so who knows what the rest of the summer will bring - one thing we do know though is that everything - apart from your new artificialgrass - in your Manchester garden will need extra TLC in extreme heat. However, wasting water is not the answer, so try some of AnglianWater’s tips now for saving water in your garden this summer.  Install a water butt Installing a water butt is a great way to store rainwater ready for use in your g..

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