Take advantage of the lawn and tufting services we provide for customers located throughout Wokingham, Maidenhead, and Berkshire.
When is the best time to lay new turf? This is our most commonly asked question here at Gardeneer, and the answer is any time of year provided you carry out the proper preparation and keep the new lawn subsoil moist for the first six weeks. We lay new lawns in Wokingham, Maidenhead, and throughout Berkshire. However, we sometimes find that it is possible to renovate or revitalise your existing lawn. We provide professional advice so you can make an informed decision on the best way forward to suit your requirements and budget.
Often lawns can be treated by controlling the moss and scarifying. Scarifying removes the choking thatch and dead moss and gives space for the grass to rejuvenate. Where the lawn is compacted, hollow tining allows the nutrients to penetrate the lawn and gives the earthworms the space to work their magic and improve the lawn for you.
The process for laying a new or replacement lawn includes:
Strip Existing Lawn and Dispose of the Waste
Remove Residual Rubble
Prepare and Level the Surface, If Necessary, We Will Recommend Adding Topsoil to Help Level the Lawn
Use Premium Grade Turf- After All That Preparation, Only the Best Will Do
Lay the New Turf in Stripes So That It Looks Good Even While It Is Getting Established
After-Care Information Advice to Help You Maintain Your New Lawn
Your input is watering the new lawn each evening with a sprinkler. Keep this up for 6 weeks after it is newly laid to ensure you get a deep, well-established root structure.
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