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A Guide to Artificial Lawns

By 11th October 2021February 6th, 2023Artificial Lawn, Putting Green

Artificial lawns require little maintenance to keep them looking great throughout the year and can be installed in a range of domestic and commercial premises. Additionally, they are cost-effective and offer a range of environmentally friendly benefits. 

In this month’s blog at Putt It Right Ltd we provide a guide to artificial lawns. Call us in Lancaster on 01524 823734 for more information. 

Why Install an Artificial Lawn?

Homeowners and commercial customers in the UK are investing in artificial lawns for their premises due to the many advantages they offer. Some of the reasons people are opting for artificial turf over real grass include:

  • Safe for Pets
  • Cost-Effective
  • Home Putting Green
  • School Play Areas
  • Low Maintenance 

Whether you want a putting green at home to practice your golf skills or you want to create a safe play area for your dog in the garden, artificial turf is an ideal solution. 

Low Maintenance

Real grass requires a lot of maintenance, from regular mowing throughout the year to watering and weed killing to keep it looking great. You may also have to use fertilisers to help it grow and insecticides to protect it from pests.

Instead of spending a lot of time maintaining your grass, you can install an artificial lawn that will require little maintenance and last a long time. 


Fertilisers and insecticides are harmful to the environment. However, having an artificial lawn will not only reduce the amount of time required to keep it well maintained, but you will also help to protect the environment as these chemicals won’t be needed. 

Artificial turf is also cost-effective, saving you money on lawn care expenses. Additionally, it can add value to your home for when you come to sell in the future. 

Find Out More

Contact our team at Putt It Right Ltd in Lancaster for more information about the uses and benefits of artificial lawns. Call us on 01524 823734 and 07903 793701 to consult a specialist. Alternatively, send us a message via the contact form for a prompt response. 

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