Category Archives: Installations

Velvetene Turf

Post Image

If I had to pick my favourite turf these days, then it would be velvetene. This is a soft, couch variety that has a stunning appearance and a great feel under foot. It is described as: ” a luxuriously textured soft leaf lawn, a stunning bright pea green colour with an attractive shiny leaf to […]

Read More
Post Tagged with , ,

Synthetic Turf? Maybe Not

At the moment Perth is running short on water and more and more people are considering synthetic turf as an alternative to natural lawn. Recently more and more businesses have sprung up selling and installing synthetic and it is something I have considered myself. But I have chosen not to. Maybe you are considering synthetic […]

Read More
Post Tagged with

Running Conduit for Pipe and Wire – Size Matters

If you are running some conduit for future pipe and wire then the size of the pipe is crucial and knowing what type of pipe you are laying is also critical. Did you know that retic pipe is measured by the internal diameter whereas electrical conduit is measured by the external diameter? This makes a […]

Read More
Post Tagged with , ,

Are You Any Good?

Post Image

  When you choose a business to take care of your reticulation and turf you want to know the job will be done well and that you won’t have to worry. You also want to pay a fair price and have excellent follow up service. At Brighton Reticulation and Turf we believe we meet all […]

Read More
Post Tagged with ,

Solenoids and Planning for the Future

Post Image

If you are installing your own solenoids then do it with a view to one day having to service them – or with a view to someone having to service them! The more serviceable they are the less it will cost you if they need replacing – and of course the opposite is true too. So to that […]

Read More
Post Tagged with ,

Don’t Forget The Conduit

Post Image

If you’re building a new home then one of the ‘must dos’ is to put a length of 90ml stormwater pipe under your driveway and any paved areas. If you forget this then it’s likely we will need to lift your paving and then relay it – an unnecessary expense if you plan ahead. And […]

Read More
Post Tagged with ,