With spring just around the corner, it is time to start thinking about the garden again. Unless you are the green-fingered type, you won’t be looking forward to the weekly mowing, feeding and weeding! Keeping on top of your lawn can take 2 – 3 hours each week – time that could be spent relaxing and enjoying the garden instead!

This is just one of the reasons that many people have turned to Artificial Grass. It is a low maintenance alternative that looks fantastic all year round. Artificial Grass is also a great choice for older people who can not physically mow their lawns as well as holiday homeowners who are not always there to look after their lawns.

Pet Friendly

Pets love the feel of the grass beneath their paws and unlike natural grass, it can’t be dug up by an over-enthusiastic pooch! Artificial Grass is also easy to keep clean and sterile with warm water and a light detergent, and you can look forward to no more muddy paws on your beautiful new carpet!

Artificial Grass is also perfect for high wear and tear areas. Very often, particularly if you have young children who like to play outdoors, you can end up with bald patches in parts of the garden where constant usage has stopped the grass from growing properly. These patches can then become muddy in bad weather. Well laid grass will put an end to this problem. This means happy children, mud-free floors and happy parents!


Artificial Grass can also be a cost-effective solution to making your garden look great. It is often less than the cost of paving and when the investment is measured out over the life of the grass it can save you some pennies, compared to laying and maintaining real turf.

At Frank’s The Flooring Store our grass is all UV protected, quality manufactured, easy to install and pet friendly. Our wide range includes 2m and 4m widths to help you to create your dream garden. Call into a store today and one of our staff will be happy to advise you on how to make your outdoors look spectacular!

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