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Creating a New Lawn With Quality Turf in Rugby

When creating a quality lawn, you need quality turf – and a few other components as well to make sure you get the best, most long lasting result. Quality turf in Rugby really is the key to making a local lawn a success, as you don’t want your turf to have to travel too far, or it will dry out and become damaged on the journey. It is essential to choose quality... Read More


Covering your hot tub with a gazebo

More and more people have installed a hot tub in their garden this year whether it be an inflatable type or the more expensive rigid sort as they attempt to bring a bit of relaxation and enjoyment into their gardens. Positioning the hot tub needs to be thought about carefully as once filled with water it cannot be moved without emptying it out again, so it is sensible to... Read More


How Can You Use Wrought Iron Gates for your Home?

Installing wrought iron gates could be the perfect solution for a wide range of homes, of any style or size. If you have an outdoor area, however large or small. wrought iron gates will not go out of style, will always look good, will add kerb appeal, and will be a low maintenance option. They are also very good value for money and you can very much get your money’s... Read More


How to turn your garden in to a winter wonderland

So many of us are upset that we are having to miss out on a number of special events that we may usually attend such as bonfire night, Christmas light switch on and Christmas markets. After the year we have all had we really could do with some Christmas cheer, but it seems that it is unlikely that there are going to be any major events in the run up to the big day. Why not... Read More


Brighten up your garden for the winter

During the spring and summer, it is fairly easy to brighten up your garden and add a splash of colour. You can plant some beautiful flowers of all different colours to instantly add that brightness to your garden. As the months pass and autumn and winter start to set in, the flowers often start to die off and the ones that do remain are often mostly green. It is nice to keep... Read More