Lawn Renovation

Our lawn renovation process involves revitalising existing lawns to create healthier, more vibrant green spaces.

1. Assessment and Planning:

We begin by assessing your lawn’s current condition.

Whether it’s suffering from dead grass, moss, or thatch, we evaluate the situation.

Based on the assessment, we create a customised plan for lawn renovation

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2. Resetting the Lawn:

We performs a “reset” on your lawn. This can be done in two ways:

  1. Working with Existing Grasses: They use state-of-the-art machinery and best practices to rejuvenate your lawn. Jon’s greenkeeping skills and experience ensure quality results.
  2. Total Herbicide Approach: In some cases, they may use a total herbicide to kill off the existing lawn. This provides a clean slate for the renovation process.

3. Native Grass Selection:

We select native grass species that have unique properties:

Self-Healing: These grasses can repair small patches by knitting together, enhancing the lawn’s resilience.

Not Common in Turf: Unlike typical turf grasses, these native species offer better adaptability and visual appeal.

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4. Cost-Effective Alternative:

Lawn renovations often come with a lower price tag compared to turfing, even though they require labor-intensive work.

By choosing the right grass seed and nurturing it, you achieve a fantastic lawn without breaking the bank.

3. Shady Areas and Seed Establishment:

Grass sown from seed tends to establish better in shady areas than imported turf grown under ideal conditions.

If your lawn is in a non-desirable location, seed-based renovation can give excellent results.

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Remember, autumn is an ideal time for lawn renovation. The ground remains warm from summer heat, and there’s ample moisture for seed germination.