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Indian Sandstone Paving, Decking & Artificial Lawn

Indian Sandstone Paving, Decking & Artificial Lawn

Indian Sandstone Paving, Decking & Artificial Lawn Washington

Recent project in Washington using Indian Sandstone Paving, Decking Sleepers & 26mm LazyLawn WonderYarn artificial lawn. This project totally transformed the look of the garden as you will see from the photographs below. Beautiful Marshalls paving stones were laid in Indian Sandstone. In addition we added decking sleepers and finished off with our popular WonderYarn artificial grass in 26mm. (more…)

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Sunderland Artificial Grass Project

Sunderland Artificial Grass Project

Sunderland Artificial Grass Installation

A recent project in Sunderland for an artificial grass installation. The project was for 40m2 of wonder yarn 36mm, this type of grass by LazyLawn looks absolutely stunning when laid. A beautiful artificial lawn all year round for our customers in Sunderland to enjoy. (more…)

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Synthetic Grass Newcastle

Synthetic Grass Newcastle

Recent Synthetic Grass Project In Newcastle

Synthetic grass project Newcastle upon Tyne. This recent project for George Stephenson School in Killingworth Newcastle involved us laying 420sq metres of artificial grass. (more…)

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Artificial Turf Sunderland

Artificial Turf Sunderland

Artificial Turf Sunderland Suppliers and Installers

Ian Howe Landscaping are installers and suppliers of artificial turf in Sunderland and throughout the North East. Below is a range of projects we have carried out in Sunderland and throughout the surrounding areas. (more…)

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Recent Artificial Lawn Installations

Recent Artificial Lawn Installations

Recent artificial lawn installations in the North East

Below you will see some of our recent artificial lawn installations throughout the North East. During the summer months, we have been extremely busy with artificial lawn installations. Many people in the North East have been changing their traditional lawns for an artificial lawn.   The reason for this is the ease of an artificial lawn with the low maintenance aspects that come with it. For example no mowing, no weeding, no muddy foot or paw prints the list goes on. Furthermore, the older we get the more difficult it is to keep a lawn maintained. Rather than opting for downsizing your house for an easier to maintain the garden. We have found that more and more people are choosing to stay in their home and simply change their traditional lawn for an artificial one. In addition to the stress of moving home, added costs are involved such as solicitors fees, estate agents, surveyors, removals, stamp duty etc. No matter how large or small your garden is, the cost of changing your lawn could be a lot less than the costs involved with moving home. (more…)

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