Raising Lawn Edging – Re-levelling to Match Landscaping

Often after hard landscaping activities have been carried out, builders have a habit of leaving the levels on lawns different to those of the completed feature.
Not only is this not very aesthetic but it makes lawn maintenance operations such a mowing much more difficult.
It’s a simple operation carried out by Perfect Ground Solutions to repair the lawn levels and make sure the the garden becomes much more pleasing to the eye and easier to manage.

In this case, we have simply brought in a few tonnes of Grade 1 Topsoil and re-leveled the lawn to match the hard landscaping.
We have over-seeded the new soil with the right choice of grass varieties to make sure that in a very short time, the edges of the newer area will blend with the existing lawn.

Levelling bumpy lawns in Stevenage

Perfect Ground Solutions often get asked to look at lawns that are uneven. Soil will continue to settle and consolidate naturally for five to ten years following building or drainage work. Removal of trees or animal activity (moles, rabbits etc) can also lead to unevenness. The best approaches and timing will depend on the cause of any slumping, the soil type and its existing condition and so, long before we bring in any new soil, we carry out a full investigation of the site.

Creating a new lawn in Stevenage

Perfect Ground Solutions constructs all types and sizes of lawns to create the perfect outdoor space for your home, often working alongside landscapers or garden designers.
We renovate existing lawns wherever we can, but sometimes lawns move locations or a new lawn is required, therefore we are able to provide advice on all aspects of lawn construction and renovation.

Replace Tired Lawn in Hatfield Broad Oak, Hertfordshire

Perfect Ground Solutions get asked to look at lawns that are just not looking right and are no longer meeting the client’s needs; the lawn is getting old and tired and we’re asked to come and fix it.
This is often due to the ingress of coarse wild grasses (such as cocksfoot and soft brome). The seed has usually been brought in by birds or the wind over time. These coarse grasses have a very deleterious effect on the appearance of the lawn. These indigenous weed grasses are often more vigorous than the amenity grasses used for high quality lawns and so they grow faster and create tussocky patches.