Transform your turf into a lush piece of green lawn! Prince’s provides all turfing services such as grass planting, topsoil filling, subsoil system installation, grass cutting, maintenance, etc.
Prince’s is in its continuous effort to be specialists in Turf management, may it be normal turfing, events and NParks-approved standard and sports field standard. Our well-trained manpower guarantees a one-time handover for turfing works, ensuring no stones, no water stagnation and no uneven surfaces.
Mindful of obstructiveness of work done in a residential environment, our team are more than experienced to properly carry out the work quickly with minimal noise and access disturbance.
Once turfing works are completed, our team will ensure that the area is neat and tidy – to the satisfaction of our clients.
Whether it’s poor drainage, an uneven surface or the lawn has become compacted, we are able to resolve the issue-at-hand and provide cost-effective solutions to remedy and improve the condition of the lawn.
Here at Prince’s we understand that different sports turf requires different needs – how will the foot traffic be like, what is the lay of the land, what sports will the turf be used for and many more.
Working with trusted suppliers and manufacturers, we are able to provide good groundwork and the right drainage solutions to ensure that the sports turf will be problem-free.
Re-Instatement of Turfing After Events
Our trained team guarantees ease of handover and management of the space to the landowner after any event, with our NParks- approved standards.
The land will be leveled flat to ensure there is no bumps and hollows. Once we have re-instated the damaged turfing, our team will continue to monitor and maintain the newly turfed area – watering as needed.
Types of Turfing
Axonopus compressus (dwarf)
In watering grass sod, the quantity of water applied at one time should be sufficient to penetrate the soil to a minimum depth of 150mm, and at a rate which will prevent saturation of the soil. During extremely hot weather, care must be taken to prevent over-watering, and water applications shall be spaced at longer intervals unless the grass is in danger of drought damage.
The best time to irrigate your lawn is early morning when dew is normally present. This will reduce water loss from heat and the wind and allow excess moisture to dry quickly. Late afternoon and evening watering will cause the lawn to remain wet for a longer interval.
Lawns irrigated too frequently will tend to develop short, weak root systems. This leaves the lawn open to being attacked by insects, weeds, and diseases. The need to irrigate is determined by a slight color change in the turf. As grass blades begin to wilt, a slightly gray-green color is noticed. Leaf blades slightly roll if water is needed. Let the grass determine when it needs water, then water accordingly.
Water should be applied to new seedlings and vegetative plantings in a spray that will not wash the soil away from the base of young plants. It must be applied slowly, so the surface will not puddle and crust.
Water lightly twice a day during establishment, then water heavily once a week. Grasses need about 25mm of water per week.