hand holding lawn turf, in the process of returfing a lawn

We recently had a customer from Bristol reach out and contact us, looking to lay some turf on her lawn and make it more dog friendly.

This customer in particular had had a couple of bad experiences with some local gardeners who left her garden in a bit of a state, and was looking for a professional turfing and lawn care provider. After reaching out and making an enquiry she was pleasantly surprised by our turfing prices, and decided to go ahead with the project.


Lawn & Weed Expert were recently called out to the hamlet of Porthkerry, Vale of Glamorgan, to re-turf a garden that was crying out for some TLC!


roll of turf being lain on lawn

If your lawn is looking a bit bedraggled and in need of a new lease on life, lawn turfing is a very popular option for the impatient gardener who doesn’t want to wait for seeds to grow.

Although more costly, turfing is a great way to immediately have your lawn looking vibrant and healthy. Lush grass growth has never been so quick or easy!

If you’re considering laying fresh turf on your lawn, you may be trying to decide when you’ll be doing it. It is generally accepted that the best time to lay turf is in autumn – you can read more about that here.

If you don’t want to wait for autumn to roll around again, you may be wondering whether or not you can lay turf in winter.


lawn replacement

There are a lot of scenarios that can lead to you needing a lawn replacement. Whether your existing lawn has been irreparably damaged, you've moved into a house without a lawn, or you simply fancy a change from your current patio or decking - a lawn replacement service can really bring your garden space to life. Here at Lawn and Weed Expert, we've been replacing lawns for people across Wales and southern England for decades! If you think you could benefit from our lawn replacement service, just keep reading.


turf laying

Laying a new lawn in your garden can be quite a challenge, especially if there's already an old, dying lawn in place. We get a lot of people asking the question "can I lay a new lawn over an old one?" because they know this is the easiest option. However, if you want to give your new lawn the best chance of thriving in your garden, we recommend that you remove the old lawn first. While it is possible to lay a new lawn over an old one, it won't thrive and might not even survive! Here's why...


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