There is nothing nicer than a green, evenly cut Lawn out the front of a building. Of course, not all of us have the time to maintain said Lawns, which is why ProjectLink is happy to help and provide all the relevant knowledge and expertise so that you can have a similar Lawn or Turf that impresses and wows with its luxurious azure.
While Lawns provide a more natural feel and lustre, they are also much more difficult to maintain and require regular clipping and watering. Artificial Turf on the other hand requires minimal maintenance, though still provides the same feel and function of natural grass. In sporting situations Turf can be more desirable as it is more durable material, not to mention the relative costs in lowered water usable.
With such possibility it can be difficult to choose between the thousands of different ways with which grass and it’s synthetic derivatives can be utilised. With our ProjectLink online database, we make it easy to browse through thousands of products and further queries directed at suppliers.View less
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