As more than 5,000 home owners across the country look to repair their gardens following recent flooding, many will be considering turfing out their muddy lawns in favour of a no mess alternative.
While paving stones or gravel offer a mud-free, easy clean solution, artificial grass from LazyLawn can promise all of that and a vibrant splash of colour. Realistic in appearance, hard wearing and fast draining, the UK’s leading brand of synthetic turf has already proved a hit with thousands of home owners across the country who have opted for the lawn that looks after itself.
“LazyLawn can help to create a more weather resistant garden, as it offers an easy clean solution for gardens that are naturally boggy or are prone to flooding.” Explains Andy Driver, Director of Marketing at LazyLawn.
“Unlike natural turf, LazyLawn is incredibly fast draining; with a drainage time of 60 litres per minute it is quick drying and offers the perfect solution to a messy, muddy garden.
“Although a LazyLawn cannot prevent a garden from flooding, it can limit the mess and damage caused.
“While natural grass will take weeks to dry out, our turf will dry out and recover in no time at all, and with no hard work needed.
“The fast drainage time is all down to our high quality method of installation, which includes a full depth stone base.
“Many home owners turn to LazyLawn because they want a low maintenance garden and a lawn that looks attractive all year round, but we’re predicting an increase in the number of people turning to LazyLawn in order to create a garden that can bounce back after flooding.”
LazyLawn has already won over a number of famous fans, including Amanda Holden and Alan Titchmarsh, as well as big names such as Centre Parcs, JD Wetherspoon and Selfridges.
In fact, the LazyLawn revolution is growing so fast that the demand for LazyLawn has risen by 25% in the last 12 months.
With interest free credit available through the firms professional installation network, home owners can enjoy their LazyLawn throughout 2014 with nothing to pay until 2015.