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Road Gritting, Snow Clearance

Road Gritting, Snow Clearance

The nights are starting to get colder and the weather is already changing. When temperatures start to drop to freezing or  snow begins to fall. The snow and ice can end up causing major disruption to many roads and footpaths.       Furthermore, this can lead to potential injuries and financial losses with staff losing time from work. At Ian Howe Landscaping our aim is to help keep North East businesses keep moving.

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In Store Display Artificial Grass

In Store Display Artificial Grass

In Store Displays using Artificial Grass

When it comes to in-store displays with artificial grass, here at Ian Howe Landscaping we cna install unique flooring for your indoor display. Pop-up shops, promotions and window displays. A wide range of artificial grass in various colours, and textures are available with the addition of a large range of exhibition grade carpets which can be made to suit your brief. (more…)

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Benefits of Artificial Grass during winter period

Benefits of Artificial Grass during winter period

Benefits of Artificial Grass for the Autumn, Winter period

As the summer season starts closing, our gardens can tend to become neglected. The fun of a hot day's work in the garden turns into more of a chore than something of enjoyment. Real lawns often suffer the worst in these seasons of neglect, and can even destroy your garden into a huge mass of mud in particularly wet winters. This creates even more work when summer rolls back around, and the garden space one that becomes avoided more frequently than enjoyed. Artificial lawn is the perfect solution to the ever changing climate, ensuring that your garden stays in top condition all year around, with even less maintenance work all year around! So why should you make the switch to artificial lawn? (more…)

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