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Info Centre

Take a look through our Information Centre where we've compiled advice, tips and helpful information on installing and looking after your lawn.

  • Laying Turf in Winter

    Info Centre: Laying Turf in Winter

    Laying turf in the winter can be a more simple process with equally good results.

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  • Green Credentials

    Info Centre: Green Credentials

    Laying a lawn is an ecological asset as 250 square metres of lawn absorbs carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and releases enough oxygen for a family of four.

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  • Aftercare Guide

    Info Centre: Aftercare Guide

    Water your new lawn immediately after installation using a sprinkler attached to a hose pipe. Pay particular attention to the edges and corners.

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  • Lawn Care

    Info Centre: Lawn Care

    Looking after and maintaining a beautiful lawn can be an enjoyable and rewarding experience.

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  • Lawn Pests & Diseases

    Info Centre: Lawn Pests & Diseases

    Proper protection for your turf after laying is vital for developing a healthy, beautiful lawn.

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  • Measuring Guide

    Info Centre: Measuring Guide

    Information to help calculate the amount of soil, bark and turf needed.

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  • Turf Installation Guide

    Info Centre: Turf Installation Guide

    A step by step guide to creating a beautiful, healthy lawn.

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  • Lawn Edging

    Info Centre: Lawn Edging

    Lawn edging will give your lawn a nice clean, neat look. You can separate your flower beds, driveways and trees from the grass, keeping mulch in your landscape and weeds and grass out of your flower beds.

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