Buying garden turf can be a tricky business, especially if you have no experience and don't know what buying turf is all about. Hopefully, by reading the top tips below you will feel like an expert and have the confidence to go out and buy your garden turf without any problems.

Before you start looking at your garden turf, you need to understand where it is going to be placed, you must prepare the ground properly and it is useful if you know your soil type because This is an important factor when choosing your turf.

Once you've got the information you need, it's a good idea to start researching different turf suppliers in your area. There may also be a possibility that you can visit a turf field to see the quality of the turf. If you want to get more information about turf or artificial grass then you can navigate to www.hawkesburyturf.com.au/ordering.html.

The first important factor to think about is the grass mix you want for your lawn. Many different types of grasses are commonly mixed to form turf. All different grasses have different properties that can be a huge advantage for someone planting a new lawn – they can match the properties they need to the characteristics of the grass.

For example, if you have young children who want to play on the lawn, it may be beneficial to look into a mix of ryegrass that is durable and hardy enough to withstand many rough games.

If you visit a turf field, inspect for any fungal disease or insect infestations because you don't want to keep turf that is already problematic.

A major failure with some turf suppliers is that the turf is left on pallets for days on end. Make sure your turf will be cut and delivered within a short period – ideally within 24 hours.