Category Archives: Turf

Laying New Turf in Jindalee

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We install all varieties of turf so call us for a fast quote on the work that needs doing. The most popular turf varieties are: Sir Walter Buffalo – thick rich, full leaf and very luxurious. Wintergreen – fine leaf, hardy and very popular. Empire Zoyzia – a mid sized leaf and a beautiful looking lawn that needs […]

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Laying New Turf in Alkimos

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We do a lot of work in the Alkimos area and now is a great time to beat the spring rush and get your new lawn down. We install all varieties of turf so call us for a fast quote on the work that needs doing. The most popular turf varieties are: Sir Walter Buffalo – […]

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Laying New Turf in Two Rocks

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We do a lot of work in the Yanchep / Two Rocks area and now is a great time to beat the spring rush and get your new lawn down. We install all varieties of turf so call us for a fast quote on the work that needs doing. The most popular turf varieties are: […]

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Why You Should Always Check on a New Lawn Daily

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When a lawn is freshly laid it requires heaps of water.   When we finish a turf job we always set your retic controller for you, but occasionally things go wrong.   One client who lived in Margaret River had the retic controller die while they were away and the lawn almost died completely. I […]

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Large Scale Turf Laying

We have never had to do a job above 400sqm, but I have often wondered if there is a faster way to lay turf over large areas. Today I was visiting my parents and at the park opposite their home there were a crew out laying some new turf. It comes in 15m rolls and […]

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Large Scale Turf Laying

We have never had to do a job above 400sqm, but I have often wondered if there is a faster way to lay turf over large areas. Today I was visiting my parents and at the park opposite their home there were a crew out laying some new turf. It comes in 15m rolls and […]

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Water Water Water

Any time lay lawn we will set your retic control box for you, but after that its up to you to make sure it is actually working. Different controllers respond differently to power outages and occasionally controllers can ‘die’, leaving you with no water. A recent turf installation we did in Brighton came close to […]

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Laying Kikuyu Turf

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Its been over 5 years of running this business and only yesterday I laid kikuyu turf for the first time. Kikuyu is a cooch variety and is typically used in parks or for commercial applications. It is hard wearing and sturdy. It has a broader leaf than wintergreen and yesterday’s batch felt quite spongy, although […]

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Preparing The Ground for Turf

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You can lay turf on ‘dirt’ but we don’t recommend it. Usually it is best to get a bobcat in and excavate the dirt and replace it with decent soil. At least 20-4ml will give your turf a good start and it is also a lot easier to screed than dirt and rubble. If you’re […]

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How To Lay Sir Walter Softleaf Buffalo Turf

If you have been considering laying some turf then we can certainly recommend Sir Walter softleaf buffalo as a brilliant product that looks great when it goes down and that will continue to look good if maintained correctly. Below is a job we did yesterday in Yanchep where we installed reticulation and then laid 200sqm of Sir […]

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