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Are you the type that likes a good DIY project? The one you can just sink your teeth into then once complete give yourself a good pat on the back and bask in the glory of your toils for years to come. Self-installation of artificial turf can be difficult yet rewarding but with all the right equipment and support it can also be a satisfying task where you will reap […]

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It’s crunch time

Let us put aside the chill factor for now and give into the temptation to gambol, in wild abandon, across one’s lawn, reminiscing of the days as a child where frost brings a dusting of white over all that is familiar bringing forth the instinctive need to touch and to experiment. The frozen shallow puddles that are more slippery than a drug cartel, the garden hose belching out fascinating solid […]

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Why don’t you just fake it?

Lawns were not exactly a ‘thing’ until in the 1800s someone felt that nicely cut turf would be a great idea. That’s when a specialist, otherwise known as the scythe man who knew how to cut the grass to a uniform height using nothing more than shearing blades would come and do the lawns. Lawn mowers or other implements were unheard of so this was the only option. The only […]

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Besmirching the Family tradition

The audible crunch as four tyres simultaneously bit into the gravel – the Eco Lawn van departs, leaving behind a newly minted customer, quivering with excitement like a child on Christmas Eve. Thanks to the knowledgeable team, problem areas were no longer such a problem and drainage requirements had been duly noted ensuring a smooth install with no nasty surprises. All measurements taken, and the quote had been given the […]

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V is for Versatility

Who in the right mind would even consider putting a putting green at a car spa? Well, guess what? Eco Lawn did! To be the best provider and not to mention installer of fake grass your mind need not conform to societal norms or what is deemed to be ‘the right mind’. That space is required for some pretty crafty ideas due to the versatility of artificial turf. To fit […]

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Fake grass for DINKS

D.I.N.K.S – the acronym for Double Income No Kids. A busy lifestyle for two without all the trappings that children can bring. Career development is high on one’s list as well as a lively social calendar sandwiched with life admin and other mandatory requirements essential for living. Life is for living, drudgery outsourced for the right price and corners cut where possible to get the most out of every day […]

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Looking towards the future with Eco Lawn

To make a decision to step outside the restrictive box of what is considered ‘the norm’ doesn’t necessarily have to be a brave one when it comes to replacing natural turf with artificial grass. There will always be those who believe that it certainly isn’t the quintessential kiwi thing to do. But the essence of ‘being kiwi’ is ingenuity and choosing artificial grass over natural falls well within the realms […]

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A monumentous Mother’s Day

The second Sunday in May, not that anyone is allowed to forget! Mailboxes bulging with potential fire starters each loudly proclaiming they have the perfect present for the perfect price, ads blaring various wares on tv and endless signage on various platforms as far and near as the eye can see. The annual pre Mother’s Day stampede, the last minute dash to the shops with the hour hand inching ever […]

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Staycations for the back yard

School is out. The week at camp was great but nothing like being at home, surrounded by one’s ‘stuff’ and days of freedom laying joyously ahead and adventures, all unknown, lurking around every corner. But nothing could prepare the offspring for their home coming. For in their absence the parental plans had finally come into fruition and thanks to the Eco Lawn team, the patchy, weed infested lawn with the […]

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Natural Grass and Seasonal change

With transitioning seasons notable changes can be observed in our natural environment. At first subtle but as the season takes hold they are as obvious as a bacon and egg fry up at a vegan brunch. The effervescent nature of spring bursting free from the prison like state of winter, parchedness of summer, muted hues of autumn and the icy fingers of winter strangling growth and plunging nature into an […]

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