Lawn Installation Services
When you have problems keeping your lawn looking green and beautiful due to drought, fire, flood or insect attack, the best thing to do is to get new lawn. New lawn installation means that you are starting off with new turf that will soon be looking fresh and green again.
The old lawn underneath dies off after the new turf is laid over the top and forms a great deal of nutrition for the roots of the new lawn. This, along with the top dressing laid by the turf supplier in Melbourne or other centres, gives the new turf a good boost. Soon the new growth is healthy enough to outgrow any insects. Of course, new lawn in Melbourne should be kept watered until it has become established. The first few weeks after installation are critical to the ultimate health of the lawn.
It is possible to get a new lawn by sowing lawn seed, but it takes a great deal of time to get established this way. And while you are waiting for those little seeds to germinate and take over the back yard you could easily get a heavy downpour that will erode your soil – and wash your precious new seed down the drain. Or you could get gusty conditions and find half your topsoil decorating the inside of the house.
Then there are the birds to watch out for because hungry seed eaters will flock to dine on your new lawn seed. Ants will try and take a share of the seed too. And don’t forget that you will have to keep the children off it for weeks until the grass is established. And Junior is quite likely to get out there in all that lovely dirt and play with his latest large tractor or grader.
How much better to see that green turf rolled out in less than a day - and be able to walk on it almost straight away. Lawn installation will cut back on dust, dirt, and many other hassles.
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