Allseasons Soils are the preferred choice for exceptional quality and for the best price available. With over 40 years experience within the Turf, Soils & Landscaping industry we deliver your Turf or Topsoil, promptly and straight to your doorstep ready for you to start your project.With over 40 years experience within the Garden Turf Suppliers, Topsoil Suppliers and Landscaping industries, we believe we have the experience and knowledge to help you achieve perfection for your Garden / Project. Our friendly sales team would be more than happy to discuss your requirements further.We keep a plentiful stock of aggregate materials, much of it from local quarries, and can deliver it in tonne quantities to your home or business.Allseasons Soils supply County Turf, the most reliable source of quality turf grass in the area. We can also help with providing quality soil prior to installation.
Our Garden Turf Essex is...
* Fully Cultivated
* 100% Guaranteed Weed Free
* Outstanding Quality
* Cut To Perfection
* Delivered Promptly
Our Topsoil Essex is...
* Exceptional Quality
* Screened GradeA (10mm available)
* Screened GradeB (15-20mm available)
* Delivered Loose
* Perfect for planting or pre-turfing
We welcome all customers, whether it be Trade, Local Councils, Sports Clubs or the General Puiblic, and are happy to delivery to all areas of Essex, including Romford, Upminster, Southend, Brentwood, Shenfield, Basildon, Grays & Chelmsford.
We spend more time in garden at this time of year and we want the lawn to look good. There are two options; Grass and Seed.
Laying new turf will give you an instant lawn, useable within 2 – 4 weeks. Whereas, the time it takes for seed to get established is governed to by temperatures and hours of daylight. Realistically, it could take 2 - 4 months to achieve the same effect as turf.
Additionally, turf can be laid at any time of year, as long as the ground is not frozen. However, seed has a much smaller window of opportunity, with ideal sowing times being March to May or September and October.
For budgetary reasons it may be prudent to consider using a mixture of turf and seed. Use turf for almost instant usage and in areas where it would be difficult to seed (poor soil, shady or steep areas. Use seed for areas rarely used or that cannot be seen
There are pros and Cons to both: here are just a few
Lay all year round
Will flourish in poor soil/shade/inclines
Simple installation (sowing)
Labour intensive to lay
Heavy to handle
Slow to establish
Sowing season is relatively small
Rain/wind can displace the seeds
Vulnerable to birds
Difficult to cultivate in poor soil/shade/inclines
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