There are several benefits to using smaller pieces of turf, turf patches or Lawn Blocks

Sir Walter Buffalo Grass Turf Lawn Block at Nuway Landscape Supplies IMG_21331

Some of the key advantages include:

Ease of Installation: Smaller turf pieces, measuring 610mm x 410mm are easier to handle and install compared to larger rolls or sections. They can be easily maneuvered and positioned, making the installation process more efficient, especially in tight or irregular spaces.

Flexibility: Smaller turf patches offer greater flexibility in terms of design and customization. They can be arranged in different patterns, shapes, or configurations to create unique landscapes or accommodate specific project requirements.

Cost-Effective: Using smaller pieces of turf can be more cost-effective, especially for smaller projects or areas. It reduces wastage as you can buy the exact amount of turf needed, minimizing leftover materials that might go to waste.

Replacement and Repair: When a small portion of the turf gets damaged or needs replacement, having smaller patches makes it easier to remove and replace only the affected area. This is particularly useful in high-traffic areas or sports fields where specific patches may experience more wear and tear.

Accessibility and Portability: Smaller turf pieces are easier to transport and install. Additionally, they can be utilized for temporary applications, such as events or exhibitions, and easily moved or replaced as needed.

Experimentation and Testing: Using smaller turf patches allows for experimentation and testing of different turf varieties, blends, or species. It enables landscape professionals, researchers, or homeowners to evaluate the performance and suitability of various options before committing to larger installations.

Aesthetics: Smaller turf pieces can be used to create interesting visual effects or add accents to existing landscapes. They can be combined with other elements such as paving stones, gravel, or plants to create visually appealing designs or delineate specific areas.