10 reasons why you need a decking in your garden

Have you been wondering whether you could benefit from a decking in your garden? It’s that time of year when we ponder the changes we can make to our outdoor areas, and a timber decking can make a huge difference to our daily lives, especially if we’re looking to entertain more next year. Here are just a few reasons why a new decking can improve your home: Adds Value to a Home A home with a decking sells quicker and better than those without. A considerable number of people looking...

Do you neglect your garden during the winter?

It is not uncommon that gardens get forgotten about during the wet and cold months of the year. That said, there are some benefits of keeping up your gardens maintenance all year round. By maintaining your garden regularly during the winter, you can reduce the workload come spring and summer. If you leave your garden unattended, you may find your garden is covered in weeds and patchy lawn. By clearing your lawn of leaves and debris that can settle on the top of the grass is important, as it allows...

Keep your garden looking green all year round, with synthetic grass

Over recent years, the sale of synthetic grass has increased, and this is due to its many qualities. Synthetic grass once had a bad reputation, however with modern changes, synthetic grass can look great in any garden. We have put together a few reasons why synthetic grass is a good idea: Low maintenance- Synthetic grass doesn’t require cutting, meaning you can get rid of your bulky lawn mower. There is no need to water is or maintain it in any way. Keeps its colour- A good quality synthetic grass keeps...

Protect your garden furniture over the winter

With the colder months setting in, protecting your garden furniture is vital if you want it to last until next summer. Unfortunately, with the heavy rainfall and frost that is coming, your garden furniture is simply not made for this weather. Wooden and metal garden furniture is affected by poor weather conditions in different ways. Metal can begin to rust with prolonged exposure to rainfall, while wooden items may rot. If you have enough space in your garage or garden shed, it is worth moving all exterior furniture in for...

Let your garden borders live on the wild side

Let your garden borders live on the wild side
When it comes to finishing off the look of your garden, some will choose to run grass to the edge, while others may choose to have a border around the edge. A border can be made into a flower bed, pebble stones or a wild garden design.  A mass amount of plants, shrubs, trees and flower hedges can create a wild forest like appearance to your garden while also improving your home and gardens privacy. Although wild borders are ‘wild’ they do however require regular maintained to ensure they do...