All Artificial Grass Problems Answered
Artificial grass is becoming a necessity for households for a variety of reasons, but if you have never had artificial grass before, you most likely have questions you would like answered! See if the question you have in mind is listed below…
What type of artificial grass will I love the most?
AGD offer different colours, styles and textures for you to choose from. Everybody has different tastes and needs which is why we offer a large range of artificial grass for you to choose from. You can also look through our gallery to see what other customers opted for. Alternately, we offer free samples so you are able to feel the texture and see the colour at your own leisure.
What surface is best to lay artificial grass on?
Artificial grass can be laid on the majority of surfaces including pavement, concrete, soil, tarmac and turf. If you want to lay artificial grass on your balcony or roof terrace, then you are able to. You can even lay artificial grass for temporary use.
When installing the grass, download our easy to follow, step-by-step ‘How to Guide’ to make sure you lay the grass perfectly!
How do I look after my artificial grass?
Artificial grass needs little maintenance to look perfect all year round, but we advise reading our blog ‘How Do You Take Care of Artificial Grass’ so your lawn continues to look brand new for years to come.
Is there a guarantee when I purchase artificial grass?
Yes, you have a five-year guarantee with AGD.
How will my family react to artificial grass?
Artificial grass needs little maintenance, which is a large bonus for busy families who have no time to look after their lawn. AGD have also passed hundreds of independent safety tests and we specifically design grass with safety in mind, which means artificial grass will not cause any cuts or grazes.
You will also be pleased to know that pets still play on artificial grass just like they would on real grass, the only difference is, they are not able to rip up any turf!
If you had a specific question in mind that is not listed above, then feel free to call AGD.