03 Jan 2020
We buy and use things because of the benefits and value it provides us, and when it comes to artificial grass - there so many advantages why Australians use it.
Below we have listed the many benefits of our Sydney Artificial Grass
✓ Savings - Artificial grass is next to no maintenance which means installing it will let you save cash as you won’t have to deal with lawn mowing, fertilising, trimming, weeding, and watering. By switching to artificial turf, homeowners can save water, time, and energy.
✓ Not Prone To Pest - insects that find homes in natural grass will be sent packing, keeping your home, kids, and pets safe.
✓ Eco-friendly - Synthetic grass is environmentally friendly which make it safe for kids, pets, and people who are prone to allergies.
✓ Easy to Clean - hygiene wise, synthetic grass is easy to clean.
✓ Cost-Efficient - because it’s low maintenance, you can surely save money with Ecolawn's fake turf.
✓ Popularity - So many homeowners in Sydney and even throughout Australia are now switching from natural to synthetic grass.
✓ Always in the season - your lawn stays happy and healthy 24/7! No more seasonal changes or uncontrollable dead spots!
✓ Long-term investment - you save on the cost of water, fertilizer, and expensive lawn tools. You can use that savings to buying other necessities in your home or maybe spend your extra money on home improvements.
✓ Over 25 years lifespan - artificial lawns can last up to 25 years. Our skilled team of craftsmen and experts work with every client to ensure that each home will get the best fit possible.
✓ Beautiful Lawn All Year Round - with our top quality artificial lawns you'll enjoy the benefit of having a beautiful garden that looks inviting and relaxing throughout the years.
Where can you install Ecolawns Artificial Grass?
• Lawns • Dog Runs • Play Areas • Sporting Fields • Pool Surrounds • School Shires • Commercial Space
• Residential Space • Rooftops • Putting Greens • Decorative borders between patio pavers
Why homeowners in Sydney, The Central Coast and Newcastle are switching to Synthetic Lawns?