Each roll is equal to 1 Square yard.
In order to calculate how many rolls you will need simply multiply the width by the length (in Feet). This will give you square feet and divide by 9 to get square yards.
Please note as this is a perishable product and with a limited shelf life, will can only deliver within the Dublin area.
Why Choose Roll Out Grass?
· A quick and easy instant lawn
· Easy to transport and available for next day delivery
· Freshly harvested to order to ensure freshness
· Available all year round
· No orders too big or small
· Only a phone call away
20% Pyrennial Ryegrass (Verdi) 30% Pyrennial Ryegrass (Concerto)
30% Pyrennial Ryegrass (Dancer)
The ryegrass is a very strong hard wearing grass, which recovers from damage quickly.
10% Chewing’s fescue (Calliope)
10% Slender Creeping Red Fescue (Corail)
How to prepare the ground:
Existing turf should be removed and the ground rotovated. This can be done using a sod stripper and rotovator. The ground should then be raked to a satisfactory level surface and free of any stones or debris.
How to lay your new lawn:
To begin laying your new lawn start with the straightest line in the garden and ensuring that the joints are staggered like brick work. Butt each end of the rolls together. After rolling out a roll of turf ensure that the roll has not stretched. This can later cause problems when the turf establishes it will shrink and leave gaps in the lawn.
Boards should be used to walk across the lawn to prevent footprints piercing the new lawn.
When finishing your new lawn try not to use small pieces to fit in the gaps. Use full rolls and cut inside the overlap.
How to care for your new lawn:
Newly laid turf must be watered within a half hour of installation. The turf should be soaked till the water has seeped through the turf and into the soil.
This should take place for the first two weeks until the roots have a good grip into the soil.
For optimal results watering should take place either in the morning time or evening time to save the sun evaporating the water.
During the wintertime the grass plant does not need as much water, nutrition or sunlight.