LazyLawn News Articles
Children returning to Yarnfield Primary School, Birmingham for their new school year are in for a pleasant surprise, as their playground has recently been transformed with over 300m2 of LazyLawn artificial turf.
The LazyLawn head office installation team have had a busy summer holiday season – topped off with a fab install at the local St Nicholas Primary School & Nursery in Cottesmore (Rutland, Home of LazyLawn no less)
School play area transformed with a bespoke design using LazyLawn. A roadway meanders through the green grass past blue water areas. Coloured shapes are doted around so the children can enjoy colour association games and to complete the area, a sneaky, slimy snake awaits!
LazyLawn was recently used by Alan Titchmarsh on his 'Love Your Garden' ITV show. Alan was asked to design a new relaxing low maintenance garden for a brave women, who despite her illness, spends her time raising money for others. 'It looks like grass' and 'nothing is easier than a state of the art artificial lawn' concluded Alan.
Lazy Larry has a new ride - an awesome 1960's VW camper van. This expertly restored green and white low riding machine is complete with a roll of fake grass on its roof rack!
Many schools have been upgrading their play areas with LazyLawn artificial lawn. Here are a few recent projects our artificial grass installation offices undertook with stunning results.
Our artificial lawns are becoming more and more popular with home owners who are looking to fine tune their golfing stroke ready for the course.
Our fantastic Nylon Pro surface with a stimp of 9.1 offers a consistent medium fast green, which is perfect for home practice.
Liverpool and ex-England legend Jamie Carragher speaks about his LAZYLAWN in FourFourTwo Magazine. Also, TV chef and all-round nice guy James Martin enjoys relaxing on a LazyLawn during a hot weekend at a food show in Gloucestershire!
Laurence Llewelyn Bowen transforms the conservatory of a viewer using Wonder Yarn Artificial Grass from the LazyLawn brand.
Snow mould can damage your lawn and can look very unsightly in the early spring. So whats the solution?