The city of Manchester grew around the Roman fort of Mamucium, which was established in around 79 AD. The area has been populated ever since, with Manchester being a manorial township throughout the middle ages and later it became the world’s first industrialised city following the textile manufacturing industry boom. The city center has been significantly regenerated in recent years, and is notable for its architecture, culture, science and engineering, and sports.

Artificial grass is ideal for inner city areas where large sunny gardens are hard to find. Plastic grass can be installed anywhere, including areas where natural grass couldn’t grow, such as in shaded areas under trees. You can transform any outside space that you have with little hassle and effort. Synthetic turf can be laid on top of hard surfaces such as concrete, so it’s perfect for courtyard gardens, balconies and roof terraces.

If you’re lucky enough to have a larger garden with real grass you’ll have to agree that it’s not maintenance free. As you would expect, artificial grass doesn’t need any watering, feeding or mowing. All it needs is the occasional brush over with a broom to remove any debris, such as leaves. By swapping your real lawn for a fake one you could save time, money and effort. Your garden should be somewhere to relax and spend time with your friends and family not somewhere to spend all your free time toiling.

With two universities, Manchester has its fair share of student accommodation. Fake grass could be a solution for landlords to reduce the maintenance needs of student houses. A plastic lawn would keep the garden looking tidy and respectable throughout the year. It’s easy to keep clean and provides a low maintenance alternative to natural grass. Used in the front garden, artificial grass helps to maintain kerb appeal.

Perfectly Green supply high quality artificial grass at competitive prices. Our synthetic grass looks realistic and stays green for many years. To see the quality of the grass close up, request a sample pack today.