How to measure the area for your Lilydale Instant Lawn
Measuring your lawn area is easy. Simply use a measuring tape to measure the width and length of the area, then multiply these figures together to get the total area in square metres.
When it comes to ordering, allow up to 5% extra to account for wastage, particularly if your lawn is an irregular shape.
If you're not sure how to measure your lawn area, check out the handy video below or contact our friendly sales team.
Once you have measured your lawn, it's time to prepare the area.
How to prepare the area for your Lilydale Instant Lawn
Remove all existing grass, weeds, stones, and other debris. Roundup or Glyphosate can be sprayed on your existing grass 7 days prior to any soil cultivation.
Prepare a base of 100 mm of well-worked soil. If your existing soil is suitable, this may be as simple as rotary hoeing the soil. If your existing soil is minimal or poor quality, you will need to apply blended soil mix evenly across the area. Your local garden supplier can advise you on the correct turf blend soil to use in your area.
Rake the entire area to ensure a smooth, even surface. This surface should sit 20–25 mm below the level of your path, driveway, or garden to account for the thickness of our QWELTS.
Once you have prepared your lawn area, you’re ready to order!
At the time of placing your order, our friendly sales team will ask the details of your delivery address along with access details such as main roads, schools in the area, unmade or unsafe road conditions, dead-end streets, narrow access, overhanging trees, roundabouts and traffic islands.
This is to ensure the delivery process goes as smoothly as possible, with no danger to our experienced drivers. If the area is difficult to access, as is often the case in the Dandenong Ranges and some other areas of regional Victoria, you may incur an increased delivery fee.