Everybody loves a green healthy looking lawn and a well cared for lawn sets the perfect scene for the rest of the garden. The Pennine Environmental Solutions Ltd. offer a wide range of Lawn Care services that include scarifying, feeding, mowing and laying turf.
As experienced Lawn Turf Suppliers, Pennine Environmental Solutions Ltd. offers you many decades of experience in supplying and professionally laying high quality turf for a variety of commercial and domestic customers. This means that we can answer you questions and advise what is suitable for your project and offer advice on aftercare.
Alternatively, if applicable, you can take advantage of our professional laying service to lay the fresh high quality turf you have purchased. By choosing our turf laying service, Pennine Environmental Solutions Ltd. will:
- Remove any existing lawn
- Rotivate the area
- Dispose of unwanted material.
- Ensure area is levelled to fine tilth using good quality top soil
- Lay the turf of your choice
Using experienced Lawn Turf Suppliers such as Pennine Environmental Solutions Ltd. gives you the assurance that your lawn turfing project will be properly planned and executed in a professional manner by experts who understand exactly what they are doing.
So, you have choice of using Pennine Environmental Solutions Ltd. as a reputable Lawn Turf Supplier or employing us to provide and lay the turf you have chosen.
People who take pride in their outdoor spaces generally want a lush, green lawn during the spring, summer and early fall. The look and feel of healthy grass cannot be beaten, and one of the key steps to achieving a lawn that looks like it came straight out of a home and garden magazine is appropriate seeding.
Lawn seeding can be done by a anyone, but it is more effective and successful when completed by a professional lawn care company. A professional will be able to tell more about the content of the soil and what types of grass will grow well in an individual yard, considering sunlight, shade and other factors, than a homeowner.
The first step to seeding a lawn is to determine what type of seeding is needed. Some lawns need all-over help, and others need care in patches. Lawns can become thin and patchy in places due to cold or too-hot weather, insects and diseases in the grass. These lawns can be seeded sporadically to achieve re-growth in areas where additional help is needed. Spot seeding can be used to fix areas that have been worn down by repeated traffic and patches that have died.