Turfing

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Turfing

 
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You may need replace your lawn with new turf if any of the following are true;

  • Less than 75% of the coverage is healthy grass
  • The soil is too compacted for you to push a screwdriver into
  • There are obvious problems with poor drainage
  • The grass grows in big ugly clumps
  • Soil dries out quickly
  • Roots have not penetrated very deep into the soil

The key to creating a new lawn from turf, is in the soil preparation. The time taken to prepare the soil in preparation is priceless; ensuring that the soil is well aerated, level and fertile, will ensure the longevity and health of your lawn for years to come.
Without this planning and preparation your new turf may look great to begin with, but it is more likely to suffer as soon as it deals with any stress such as severe weather conditions, disease, pests or weeds. 
We always use high quality multi-purpose turf, specially cultivated to produce a lawn with an outstanding, fine leafed appearance that is hard wearing, slow growing, easy to maintain and drought tolerant.


 
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