From patchy earth to pristine turf: artificial grass to the rescue!

Here at Anthony Read Building & Landscaping Solutions, we are huge fans of using artifical turf to give gardens quick, easy makeovers that are guaranteed to last.

Many other contractors will recommend replacing tired old patches with fresh grass, but this is a costly and time-consuming option. Plus the hard work carries on after the landscapers have packed up and gone home. Artifical grass removes all the headaches of traditional lawns: no mowing, no bogginess after rain and best of all, year-round lushness that won’t fade.

A step-by-step look

We recently documented a project in which we introduced artifical grass to a customer’s garden. As you can see from the images, the original patch of grass looked like it was beyond rescue.

When laying artificial grass, it’s all about those expert touches. These little snippets of artificial grass knowhow are what makes the difference between lumpy lawn and a smooth, pristine finish. And when you work with us on your artificial grass project, you’ll enjoy the peace of mind of a 10-year guarantee.

We hope you enjoy seeing the step-by-step approach to revitalising this particular garden. And if your garden in Middlesex could do with the artifical grass treatment, get in touch with us today for a completely free, no-obligation quote.

You could be enjoying a beautiful finish like this in next to no time!

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Before: this is how the garden looked when we first arrived.


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We stripped everything back, removed all weeds and added compacted hardcore as a base layer.
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Next a thin layer of sand to create a flat, level surface.
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We added a geotextile layer: this is recommended to prevent weed growth through the turf’s drainage holes. Even less maintenance!


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And finally, the turf is laid. The result is a totally smooth finish that’s guaranteed to last through the years.