Artificial Grass Drainage Problems and Why They Happen

artificial grass problems

So, you got a new artificial lawn installed. Awesome, now you can enjoy a well-maintained and always green garden all year round. But wait… What is that water puddle in the middle of your garden?

Fake grass drainage problems are quite a common issue for many homeowners. The problem can lead to numerous unpleasant consequences like а wonky looking turf and the development of mould and mildew.
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How to Move House in Bad Weather

How to Move House in Bad Weather

Moving house is stressful without having to worry about bad weather. But, sometimes, things just don’t go your way. You’ve prepared yourself three months priorly, checked all important tasks on the checklist and everything seems in working order, ready for the big day. Until the weather forecast decides to play a trick on you on this exact day. You can’t change the day of your move, especially if you’ve booked moving services. And now you have to deal with moving during rain or snowstorm. (more…)

HELP! How to Level Soil Before Laying Turf

how to level soil before laying turf

We’ve briefly touched the topic on general site preparation before laying turf in our last turf-related post. With this one, we’ll focus on the key step of leveling the soil prior to the turf laying task. You’ll learn in more detail not only how to prepare the ground beforehand but also some specific leveling techniques, designed to get you to the best possible start with your lawn establishment. Last but not least, you’ll find out when you need to consider getting some topsoil, as well as what to do if your garden is not exactly flat, but on the sloppy side.

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How to Fireproof Your Home

How to Fireproof Your Home

Even in today’s modern age, fires are a potential threat to our family, pets and property. In order to reduce the chances of a fire hazard, the Fantastic Services team has put up this quick guide on how to fireproof your home and stay safe. It’s not a one-off thing you have to do, but you need to develop constant awareness and get used to all-year-round safety practices. (more…)

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