Hi all,

I think this post may help ones that install or plan the use of astro turf ( synthetic turf/ fake turf).

In the last week, my business seems to be dead from orders. Not surprising Christmas coming , short day etc so got the time to do few thing that I promised to do but had no time so far.

I supplied edgings in the last year to few firms that installing Astro turf ( artificial turf).

And  they explained to me what seemed very interesting fact, that once the turf is edged it looks much more real in the garden. 

It was David Nicol from   www.dnwartificial-lawns.co.uk that actually  I need to thanks for

sharing a proof of that with Images of his projects ( If you need someone to install synthetic turf).

David Used the 'Black Heavy duty edgings' that I supply, and here was what he replayed with:

''hi ofer,

We found it a bit awkward at first,but that was just with having no experience of working with it, especially on the curves. But we soon got to grips with it,pegging it was the main thing to hold the sand in place for the artificial turf base, i would definitely use it again in the future,will give your site a link and product mention when i update my site at the weekend,many thanks,dave.''

Wed, 12/10/11,


''hello,dave here i have some images of your lawn edging used around a kidney shaped lawn,''


Will be more images on my site of lawn edgings use on Astro turf

P.s. You can now Order synthetic turf (with/without lawn edgings) direct from us. (with trade discount to trade)

Many thanks to Dave .

Ofer

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