Turf Installation Service

If you wish to install a new lawn, or replace an old one, getting professional help is a desirable option for many. If your site is ready to go then we can assist

If you’re short on time, are unable to lay turf yourself or simply want the best possible result, then we recommend you have a professional install our turf for you. We have a team of experienced layers ready to lay out your turf. They are highly experienced with all aspects of lawn installation.

Site Preparation

If you need your site prepared ready for your new turf then you will need the assistance of a qualified Landscaper, we here at Sydney wide Turf have a long list of trusted professionals who are able to assist you in this process. Make sure that you only use a qualified and licenced landscaper as the work done during the preparation is vital to ensuring your turf looks fantastic for years to come.

The turf installation process

When assessing your project, a professional will first estimate how much turf you’ll require and discuss options for grass varieties that will suit your situation. They might poison old weeds and/or lawn that is to be replaced at that time and assess whether you will require any extra soil.

They will place an order for turf, and soil for you from us, and arrange a suitable delivery date and time. On the day of installation, they will prepare the ground by removing any existing ground cover, rocks, tilling the soil, adding any necessary additives, and levelling it.

After the soil is prepared and the turf delivered, the laying can start. The landscaper will lay down your sod quickly and professionally, ensuring there are no air pockets underneath and there are no undesirable patterns or gaps in the laying.

After the turf is laid, they will water it in, and provide you with instructions for care during the first critical weeks as your lawn establishes itself. They’ll also let you know when you can mow and what heights to set your mower at.

Want to try your hand at installing yourself see our DIY page for more info