Thinking about landscaping your lawn but not sure how to choose the right turf supplier? Essex turf grower Paynes Turf has put together three tips on choosing a quality turf supplier so that you get a great looking lawn that lasts.

Choose a quality turf grower

If you want a long-lasting, hardwearing lawn that also looks great, it’s important to find a grower of quality turf. Inferior quality turf will be prone to weeds and disease and have a weak root system. As the saying goes, when you buy cheap you pay twice, and laying new turf isn’t something you want to be doing more than once! 

When sourcing premium quality turf, look for a reputable grower that has been accredited by turf growing institutes including the TGA (Turf Growing Association), HTA (Horticultural Trades Association), and BALI (British Association of Landscape Industries). That way you’ll know that the turf is of the very best quality there is.

Look for customer testimonials

Recommendations are the key to finding a premium quality turf supplier that also offers great customer service. Look for reviews on Google or on the turf supplier’s website to read reviews on their products and to learn more about how they engage with their customers. We’re so grateful that many of our customers have sent us letters of thanks and even taken the time to review our turf and personal customer service on Facebook and Google.

Look for a turf supplier that’s used by landscapers

Landscaping companies need to make the right impression with their clients so will always choose the best quality turf they can source. Landscapers generally work on large scale projects which can often be in prestigious locations. When installing turf in high profile locations, landscapers will always choose premium quality turf from a turf supplier that’s known for its trusted delivery service to ensure their reputation remains intact. 

Landscaping companies have installed our premium quality turf at locations such as the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, St Paul’s Cathedral and Westminster Abbey in London, amongst others.