How Can I Prepare For Turf?

Lawn Aeration

Before laying your new turf, it is important that your garden is correctly prepared to ensure that you have a successful establishment of the new garden turf. Below we have listed a few steps to get you started:

Removing your existing lawn – the first step is to remove your existing turf rolls. The best way to do this is to use a spade or specialist turf cutter.

Clear your soil of debris – using a weeding tool such as a hoe, clear your soil of debris including roots, weeds and moss.

Keep a flat surface – ensure that you keep an even, firm and flat laying surface. This will stand you in good stead when it comes to laying your new turf.

Raking – Rake your soil to produce a smooth, level surface. Lightly roll or tread the surface by foot to reveal any soft patches which can then be raked level. Continue this process until the whole area is evenly firm and level – the surface should be firm but not compacted.

Your Local Turf Supplier

At Ivinghoe Turf, we have been harvesting hard-wearing lawn turf for more than three decades. From our location in Ivinghoe, Bedfordshire, we have access to all areas of Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire. Our garden turf is quick repairing and resistant to disease making it ideal for a number of different applications. Our turf is used by gardeners, landscapers and house builders to create beautiful lawns.

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