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Fencing Tips

Fencing Tips Wooden fences require regular maintenance and care, so learning to do a few simple repair jobs yourself is worthwhile. If you have a small area of rot, you don’t need to replace the whole panel or post; just treat the affected area immediately…

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Paving the way

Paving the way Laying your own patio is a very plausible DIY job. Just bear in mind where the stones come from, and the damage they can do to your back In an effort to reduce the risk of flooding, the government recently “declared war”…

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How to lay an asphalt path

You can use cold asphalt to repair or resurface existing asphalt, or build a new path on a hardcore sub-base. But it isn’t suitable for the constructing new drives. If you’re resurfacing an old path, it’s a good idea to spray it with weed killer…

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Contact Details – Landscapes

These are the contact details of a few of our customers. You can see their work on our products page: PALEY LANDSCAPES – 01908 221395. MK LANDSCAPES – 07816 763648. CHAMELEON LANDSCAPES – 01908 232070 OR 07958 666233. PA LANDSCAPES – 01908 618522 OR     07906…

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All newly laid turf should be watered thoroughly ideally within half an hour of installation.  Every piece of turf needs at least two hours of constant watering per day, increasing during periods of hot,dry or windy weather.  Water immediately and profusely on any sight of…

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Always lay turf as soon as possible, ideally within twenty four hours of delivery.  In hot weather keep turf in the shade.  Never walk directly on the prepared soil or newly-laid turf.  Use boards or planks to work from and walk on.  Start by laying…



MEASURING AND LAYING Measure the dimensions of your area allowing approximately 5% extra for shaped areas where extra trimming is required.  If you are unsure of your requirements use our turf calculator.  Ensure that all preparatory work is completed before ordering.



Good preparation is key to the quality of your lawn.  Existing turf should be removed with a spade.  For larger areas you may wish to hire a purpose-designed turf cutter.  The soil then needs to be turned to an approximate depth of 15cm (6”) with…