Turf

Turf is a great option when laying a brand new lawn, and it’s also ideal for filling in any patchy or sparse areas of an existing lawn. Our range of easy to lay turf grass and artificial grass comes in a variety of lengths to suit your requirements, and will make your garden look fantastic without the wait.

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  • Rolawn Medallion Multi-Purpose Grass Turf 1000mm Rolawn Medallion Multi-Purpose Grass Turf 1000mm

    Rolawn Medallion Multi-Purpose Grass Turf 1000mm

    Rolawn MedallionTurf is a multi-purpose, high-quality turf made from a blend of the finest fescue and ryegrass varieties to provide a lawn with an exceptional, mixed fine leafed appearance that is hardy, slow growing, easy to maintain, and drought...

Turf

It can be frustrating when worn out areas of an existing lawn ruin the overall aesthetic, but lawn turf provides an easy and quick solution. Our turf rolls are ideal for creating brand new lawns for an immediate impact.

Frequently Asked Questions

When to lay turf?
Turf is best laid in mid-autumn but can be laid any time between mid-autumn and late winter. Whenever the soil is not too wet or frosty.
How to look after new turf?
To look after new turf, all you must do is regularly water the turf, keep off the grass until it has rooted in, mow little and often once the grass is growing well, top up soil nutrient levels to encourage strong root growth, and don’t allow fallen leaves or debris to accumulate on your new lawn.
How often should you water new turf?
New turf may require watering twice a day for the first week, then 2-3 times a week, then, after 3-6 weeks, once a week.
When to cut new turf?
To cut newly fitted turf, wait until your new grass blades are at least 3 ½ inches tall before mowing, which is usually at least 2-3 weeks after the turf has been fitted.
How long before you can walk on new turf?
On average, it’s okay to walk on new turf around 3 weeks after installation.
How long does turf take to root?
Turf takes approximately 4 weeks to root into the soil and become stronger and more able to withstand harsher weather conditions.
How to look after new turf?
To look after new turf, all you must do is regularly water the turf, keep off the grass until it has rooted in, mow little and often once the grass is growing well, top up soil nutrient levels to encourage strong root growth, and don’t allow fallen leaves or debris to accumulate on your new lawn.
How much turf do I need?
To work out how much turf you will need, first you need to find the area of your lawn, which can be done by multiplying the width by the length. To cover every square metre of ground well, without too many small sections you will need about three rolls of turf.
How much is turf?
Turf can cost anywhere between £5-£7 per m2. The price of labour costs can range from anywhere between £150-£200 a day for their services.
Can you lay turf on top of grass?
Laying turf on top of grass is possible but is not advised as it doesn’t lead to the best results in the long run.
How thick is turf?
Turf roll thickness is approximately 15-20mm thick.