Artificial Grass

Discussion in 'SMB' started by Big Cat, Apr 16, 2018.

  1. Lukas73

    Lukas73 Winger

    This, cut the grass on the second highest setting....it’s coming into spring, so a bit of lawn feed and seed...be right in no time...we have two dogs and the lawns in ok nick, considering the winter we’ve had...
     
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  2. wakey wakey

    wakey wakey Winger

    Don’t get the solid green stuff it looks shocking the stuff with some brown blades of grass in looks amazing
     
  3. MakemX

    MakemX Winger

    We had the same problem with our back garden, didn't fancy placcy grass so did it with gravel for £160.
     
  4. Effrafax

    Effrafax Midfield

    Scratgrass
     
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  5. TheWanderer

    TheWanderer Striker

    Didn’t think it would be long until someone labelled it for ‘scratters’! :lol:

    I must misunderstand what the word actually means these days because I always thought it was a label for the underclasses, yet all things that are labelled as scratterish on here cost an awful lot of hard earned money.
     
  6. Getting my bk garden re-turfed soon along with overhaul and looked into this AG stuff - the really authentic looking is very expensive but I really like a natural lawn and the Summer smell of freshly cut grass is class.
     
  7. lenshack

    lenshack Winger

    What’s to stop dogs scratting it up or chowing holes through it ?

    I have a Jack Russell and I’m sure he’d make mincemeat of it.
     
  8. Dagzd1973

    Dagzd1973 Midfield

    Few artificial grasses on here mind. :cool::lol:
     
  9. Dont you mean summit from your dysfunctional wardrobe?
     
  10. gillythedilf

    gillythedilf Striker

    Looks shite.Reminds me of the fake grass they used to have in a fruit and veg shop when I was a bairn

    :lol:

    This
     
  11. Perfect for the patio area and to lie on, come the summer
     
  12. t121anf

    t121anf Full Back

    How does it hold up to wear? I.e. tables and chairs being used on it?

    Anyone got it and pebble dash? One thing that puts me off is the amount of pebbles that fall off our pebble dash. Is it a case of hoovering every now and then?
     
  13. Don't have pebble dash, but ours has been down for a year and shows no wear and tear, considering the extreme weathers we've had in NE37

    A quick brush every now and again, keeps it looking nice and tidy
     
  14. t121anf

    t121anf Full Back

    We currently have decking which the grooves are filled with stones, have to get a screwdriver and pop them out before brushing, often wondering if I could spray one type of glue over them to hold them in place.
     
  15. yamar1

    yamar1 Winger

    This^^,,, i bet it looks a rite clip in a few years. its a no for me.
     
  16. Someone will know. We have a paved patio area, approx 8m by 4m, which is now covered with artificial turf.

    It doesn't. No fading from the sun, or damage through the winter.
     
  17. Effrafax

    Effrafax Midfield

    We ruled out a few houses when we were buying because they had artificial grass. It looks and is shit
     
  18. It doesn't and isn't.

    Depends on type and how it is laid.
     
  19. TheWanderer

    TheWanderer Striker

    I suspect it’ll have been down a few years because the newer stuff looks superb, worth paying the extra to get the realistic stuff. Granted some of the cheap gear does look gash mind.

    And I don’t believe you didn’t buy a house because it had fake grass! :lol:
     
  20. Effrafax

    Effrafax Midfield

    Conflicting statements

    plenty to choose from, garden was important
     

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