No project is too big or too small; our professional staff has been supplying and installing turf to large scale commercial projects around Sydney for many years now. Andrew’s Turf Supplies is Sydney’s leading commercial turf supplier for sports fields, parks, office complexes, golf courses, strata developments and much more.

Some of our most successful commercial turf projects include Hickson Road Reserve, First Fleet Park Sydney, Bligh and Barney Reserve and The Village Green Darling Quarter. Check out our Gallery for more of Andrew’s high-quality commercial turf installations throughout Sydney.

Andrew’s Turf Supplies offers a wide variety of turf varieties for commercial projects in Sydney, including; Palmetto Buffalo, Matilda Buffalo, Sapphire Buffalo, Couch, Shademaster and Kikuyu, all grown in beautiful Hawkesbury, New South Wales.

Factors to Consider When Choosing Commercial Turf

When selecting the turf variety for your next commercial turf project, it can be an overwhelming process. Each of Andrew’s high-quality turfs are best suited for different environments; this is why it is essential to understand the specific requirements of your commercial location, so you can pick a turf that will grow the healthiest in the required conditions. Some of the considerations you will need to acknowledge includes;

Use of the turf. For high-traffic areas, our commercial turf suppliers, recommend using turf with high durability, low maintenance, a dense root system, less thatch, broadleaf and high pet resistance, like Kikuyu Grass. These grass characteristics help the root systems endure the impact of high-traffic areas and keep the turf surface lush.
The availability of sunlight. If your commercial area receives only a few hours of sunlight a day, it is considered a partially shaded lawn. This area, therefore, requires a turf that grows well in the shade, like Shademaster Grass.

Conditions of the soil type and water. If your commercial area is in a location where rain is sparse, your turf will need a higher tolerance to drought and dry conditions. Generally, Sydney turfs are warm-season varieties and grow best between 25- and 32-degree temperatures, like most types of Buffalo grasses.
Your cost preferences. Due to the large scale of commercial areas, the cost of turf is not just an upfront fee and will require maintenance costs for its whole life; these costs need to be considered.
If you are still unsure which turf would be perfect for your commercial area, don’t worry! At Andrew’s Turf Supplies, we promise to supply and install turf that is guaranteed to thrive on your commercial property.

Our friendly and professional staff will work with you to successfully satisfy your commercial project’s specifications and deadlines, to ensure your turf is installed on time and on budget. we install premium quality turf and supply landscape supplies throughout Sydney, so you have a local turf company to rely on.

By Haadi