The effect of the increasing population has resulted in a growing demand for water supplies. Together with low rainfall, Sydney is experiencing a shortage of supply of water.
The daily average residential consumption of water in Sydney is 210 liters per person — thirty per cent higher than Melbourne’s average consumption. In effect, water restrictions are strictly enforced across Sydney.
Most people dream of having a house with a nice backyard, but why do we care about our yards so much? Yards and lawns can be used for a whole variety of purposes and come with a whole host of benefits. …Read
Now that you’ve got a lush new lawn, there are a few things you should do to make sure it thrives for many years. The first few months after a new lawn is installed are the most crucial to ensuring its longevity and quality. With advice from your trusted turf contractors, and a set of high-quality turf supplies, you can maintain your brand-new lawn with ease. …Read
We know everyone wants grassy areas that will look pristine all year round, no matter how much they are used. At Hi Quality Turf, we offer a number of different types of grass that is well suited to high-traffic areas such as walkways, playgrounds, sporting fields and hang out spots. When you’re choosing the right turf for your high-traffic area, whether it’s in a residential or commercial space, you will need to consider factors such as durability and the amount of maintenance required. Read moreRead
Over time, the soil under your lawn can become compacted and hard. This is often caused by a number of reasons, including foot traffic, pets, dehydration, dry weather, and pressure. Tough and compacted soil does not soak up water, and can have a number of negative effects on your lawn. However, if you find the soil under your lawn becoming compacted, there are a number of ways you can work with and fix this as part of your regular lawn care routine. …Read
When it comes to outdoor spaces, size doesn’t matter! There’s a lot you can do to transform even small spaces to create your own outdoor haven. Great quality turf supplies can be used to make a quaint rooftop garden, a walkway, and lots more. Choosing the right kind of turf is very important, especially for small areas and city gardens. Besides your budget, you will want to consider how much shade your outdoor area gets, how high or low maintenance your turf is, and how quickly it grows. …Read
Sometimes it seems like no matter how much attention you give to your grass, you’re faced with a disease-invested, dry wasteland. If you’ve been fighting a losing battle with your lawn, it could be time to start all over again. Killing your lawn and starting again can seem like a daunting task, and you might have to deal with several months without a proper lawn. However, you’ll be rewarded with luscious green grass before you know it! …Read
The weather is NSW can sometimes be unpredictable. Depending on where you’re located, you could experience everything from blazing sun to torrential rain! Thankfully, there are many types of grass that thrive in all kinds of weather. Whether you’re looking to create a backyard lawn, sporting field or golf course, there is a grass variety to meet your needs. We’ve created this handy guide to the best grasses for lawns in NSW. …Read
Australian winters can be tough on our gardens. While more gentle climates mean extra rain in the cooler months, our winters are often dry and unforgiving. Your lawn is often first to suffer as the weather begins to cool down. Dry, dead grass is a depressing site, but there are some steps you can take to keep your lawn healthy all year round. …Read
While some of us certainly dread cutting the grass, mowing is an important step in garden care. Regularly mowing your lawn can help to encourage the long-term health of your grass, resulting in more resilient turf later on. Of course, a freshly mowed lawn is truly one of life’s greatest pleasures. The gorgeous appearance of a neat and tidy lawn is well worth the effort! …Read
Nothing can be more frustrating than when you face problems with your turf. Turf is a long-term investment and it’s certainly not something you want to be digging up and replacing frequently. … Read
In 2018, there’s plenty of fantastic growing trends for landscaping your garden. The best thing of all, you can combine DIY with some professional work to have your outdoor space a place where you can wine, dine or simply play with the kids! … Read
Many people like to think they are experts on turf. It can be confusing to know exactly how to choose, install and look after your lawn, when everyone seems to have such strong opinions based on their own turf. The truth is, while there are some general rules to looking after your turf, some things will depend on the turf type, and the weather. … Read
Lawn envy is a real thing. If you spent 2017 looking at your neighbours’ beautiful, pristine lawns and wishing you had your own, then why not make 2018 the year your garden gets an overhaul? Get ready to kick off your thongs this summer and enjoy picnics on your new, lush grass. … Read
With good landscaping and gardening, you have your own private retreat in your backyard. No matter the size of your garden, with a little creativity and smart choices you can make your backyard a place to relax, entertain or play in.
When you have turf installed in your garden, one of the main things you want to do is keep it looking fantastic all year round. If you aren’t sure how to maintain your grass so that it’s green and lush during all seasons, then you might want to explore this handy guide. … Read