Good facilities are fundamental to creating sporting opportunities and a more enjoyable sporting environment. A quality natural turf surface improves the participation of sport from community level right through to the professional game.
Synthetic turf, whilst useful for its all weather purpose, ultimately does not replicate the feel of playing on a proper grass surface. Well preserved natural turf provides sporting enjoyment for all major sports such as football, rugby and cricket; sports that can otherwise be ruined by poor playing surfaces.
Spending money on a great natural surface can reduce the frustration and expense of postponing fixtures and make sport more enjoyable for those performing and spectating. Well maintained natural turf surfaces are built to last, great to play on and can give considerable return on time and money invested.
Our blog guide gives advice on how to lay turf and handy tips and tricks for successful upkeep.
The type and strength of soil and the health of the grass are the factors upon which good natural turf is dependant. Our experts know that a sport like tennis or cricket requires a dry, compacted clay soil as ball bounce is crucial. In contrast, football and rugby are more suited to being played on very sandy soils that drain quickly.
All of our turf grass is incredibly hard wearing and if maintained properly can still look great even after it has been played on. Our turf is grown to the highest industry standards and cut to order so it is delivered fresh and ready to be laid.
TurfGrowers can give expert advice from experienced independent professionals at the start of a project to make sure you achieve and maintain an excellent playing surface; one that can last a number of years. Our turf grass can also be used to repair certain areas of pitch which may be damaged.
We have a range of turf to suit your needs and finances and can supply turf to you the next working day (when ordered before 1pm) or deliver it to you on a nominated day.
Try our new online turf calculator or contact us now if you need guidance or would like a quote.