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Give your garden the WOW factor with PST Lawns

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Artificial grass is becoming more and more popular with homeowners all over Ireland as a low maintenance alternative to a natural grass lawn. Gardens are not just seen as an outdoor area anymore, but as an extension of your total living space. It’s like having another room in the house!

Kieran Donaghy here from PST Lawns, Ireland’s leading supplier of premium artificial grass. For over 12 years we've been supplying top quality artificial grass to homeowners and landscapers nationwide.

We have a brand-new warehouse in Monavalley, Tralee fully stocked with a wide range of the highest quality artificial grass products designed specifically for landscaping. Grass types range from 25mm to 40mm pile height to create an instant low maintenance lawn. Here are a few frequently asked questions I get asked...

Is artificial grass safe for children?

Absolutely, kids love it! Our grass provides a clean and safe area for your kids to play all year round. For extra peace of mind, you can install shock pad foam underlay underneath to provide additional shock absorbency and give kids that extra little bit of protection.

Is artificial grass easy to install?

The great thing about our artificial grass is that it can be laid over pretty much any surface and it’s very easy to install. Installing the artificial grass yourself is a great way of saving money, and if you have basic DIY skills it’s very straightforward.

We’ll send you our step-by-step installation guide to take you through every part of the process and our team are always on hand to offer any advice. PST Lawns stock everything you’ll need to install the artificial grass including glue and seam tape, shock pad foam underlay and high-grade silica sand.

Can it be put down on concrete?

No problem, it can easily be laid over concrete and completely transform the look of your outside space.

Is it safe for my dog?

It’s perfect for pets, and with the added bonus of NO muddy paws! When cleaning up after your pet it’s just like any other grass area, large particles will have to be scooped up, but any other particles will wash away in the rain.

How wide are the rolls?

Our artificial grass comes in either 2m or 4m rolls with each roll length being 25mm. Grass is cut to order to your exact measurements, and you can collect directly from our warehouse, or we can arrange delivery, whatever suits you best.

How do you stick it down?

A layer of sand brushed on top will weigh the grass down and keep it in place. The sand infill also helps the grass fibres stand upright for longer, extending the lifespan of your new lawn. When installing onto concrete or tarmac you can also glue the grass down as well as to edging etc.

Is it easy to keep clean?

Regular brushing will keep your artificial grass looking its best, removing any leaves and debris and keeps the fibres standing upright.

What is the lead time?

Usually five to 10 working days, depending on where you live in the country.

How long does it last?

With proper maintenance our artificial grass products will last 15 to 20 years.

Are you sick and tired of mowing the lawn? Retire that lawnmower for good and give Una or Rúairí a call on 066 401 8018 or visit www.PSTlawns.ie and they’ll help you choose the perfect artificial grass to revamp your garden.

Check us out online or give us a shout to order your FREE sample pack on 066 401 8018.

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Ballycasheen junction to get upgraded this year.

A long awaited solution to traffic problems where Ballycasheen Road meets the N22 Cork Road looks like finally being resolved this year. Late last year Transport Infrastructure Ireland allocated €1.2m to be spent on the section of road between the Park Road roundabout and Ballycasheen junction. “Technical Approval for the improvements, along this section which […]

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A long awaited solution to traffic problems where Ballycasheen Road meets the N22 Cork Road looks like finally being resolved this year.

Late last year Transport Infrastructure Ireland allocated €1.2m to be spent on the section of road between the Park Road roundabout and Ballycasheen junction.

“Technical Approval for the improvements, along this section which include Active Travel provision and Junction Improvements at Ballycasheen, is being sought from TII before commencing,” a council spokesperson confirmed. “The elected members will be briefed on the proposals ahead of the commencement of the statutory process in early 2022.”

The council official was responding to a request by Cllr John O’Donoghue who sought an update on progress being on a promised “more user friendly junction.”

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€2.3m funding for Kerry schools under Summer Works Programme

Minister for Education and Kerry TD Norma Foley has today (Monday) announced funding of €2.3 million for the approval of 24 projects across Kerry under the Department’s 2022 Summer Works Scheme. This funding is part of the overall package of €65m for a total of 497 projects around the country. “I am delighted to confirm […]

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Minister for Education and Kerry TD Norma Foley has today (Monday) announced funding of €2.3 million for the approval of 24 projects across Kerry under the Department’s 2022 Summer Works Scheme.

This funding is part of the overall package of €65m for a total of 497 projects around the country.

“I am delighted to confirm this significant tranche of funding which will provide further investment for schools in Kerry under the Summer Works Scheme,” Minister Foley said.

“School communities have shown great resilience, flexibility and leadership in adapting to the many challenges that arose over the course of the pandemic. This funding is a further endorsement of the excellence in education provided by schools across the county. I am announcing the Summer Works Scheme projects now so that schools have a good lead-in period to plan and deliver the projects in summer 2022,” she said.

“Today’s announcement follows on from the enhanced minor works funding which was delivered to schools a number of weeks ago.”

The projects for Kerry included in today’s announcement include Mechanical Works at Two Mile Community NS and Spa National School, Science Labs including Gas Works at Community College Killorglin and Castleisland Community College, as well as Roof Works at Scoil Phobail Sliabh Luachra. 

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