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Now is the time to buy your new lawn turf.

With winter in full swing and the temperatures plummeting, you may thing that waiting until the weather warms up will be a better time to re-do your lawn. 

But in reality, winter is the perfect time to replace your lawn turf and to get your garden ready for the spring and summer. By completing all your renovations and having your new grass turf in place by the end of winter, you are one step ahead of everyone else who may only just be starting to do their work. 

Working on your lawn in winter is perfect because you are not using it. Nobody is sitting outside or playing on the grass when there is ice and frost around - of course if there's snow that's a different story. You can use this time where the lawn is not in use to make all the changes necessary to get your garden perfect for summer. 

Whether you want your garden completely re-landscaping for a new look, or you just want to update your turf grass, then you should start planning your winter work right away so it can all be completed and ready to flourish in the springtime.

You may find that many landscaping or gardening companies aren't very busy during the winter months so you might be able to get a good price for a big project, depending on the scale of work you require. Even if you only want small jobs doing, the companies will be glad of your business as their season is notoriously slow. 

If you don't want to hire an external company to lay your rolls of turf or rennovate your garden, it is easy enough to do yourself. Simply consult our guide on how to lay turf and you will be in the know and more than capable of doing it yourself. Bigger projects may require more work or even the hiring of tools depending on what you project involves, but laying your own lawn turf is simple enough. 

You can use our popular turf calculator to figure out exactly how many rolls of turf you need to cover your garden, or if you are unsure simply give us a call and we can help you work out the correct amount.

Our rolls of turf are perfect for families who need a hard-wearing surface that will still look great even when it is being played on regularly, get in touch with us today to see how we can help get your garden ready and waiting for spring!

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Sunday, 29 May 2022