During the summer of 2016, Unreal Lawns Eastbourne was proud to have installed a large area of synthetic grass for one of the country’s best loved small zoos, Drusillas at Alfriston.
Drusillas have just opened a fantastic new Splash Park – ‘Get Wet’ – a hugely popular and colourful installation, covering an area of two hundred square metres, comprising a thrilling collection of water jets, ground geysers, twirling streams and spiraling sprays.
The artificial grass we laid now acts as the perfect backdrop, proving to be just the ticket for the attraction, drawing in hundreds of youngsters at a time. The grass is extremely durable, water resistant, completely safe and user friendly. Conventional grass wouldn’t have lasted five minutes – whereas our completely practical installation is fit for use 365 days a year – and will be for years to come.
What our clients think - High Quality, Professional Service... Thank you so much for our lovely 'lawn'! We're absolutely thrilled with the finished product and all the hard work of the Unreal Lawns team. We would thoroughly recommend Unreal Lawns as we cannot fault the product or the service provided. It was the finishing touch to our front garden and compliments our new drive beautifully
J. Shoesmith – Eastbourne.
I really don"t know what to say but a big big thank you for all your support and making our garden in to a dream.We are so happy with the fake grass and we feel so proud of it. Luke worked so hard and did a wonderful job. I could not believe he did it all in one day, that is amazing
C. Fairway, Brighton.
Luke has done an amazing job! He has worked so hard on his own and he has transformed a boring drive into a wonderful play area for our daughter. Excellent worker and excellent work. I would recommend him to anyone. Thankyou thankyou thankyou.
Mrs Gaston, Hove.
Our project was carried out professionally and quickly at a very reasonable price. We are delighted with the finished product which has surpassed our expectations, so we have no reservations recommending unreal lawns.
M. Parker Eastbourne