One of our turves, covers an area of 6 square feet. (Not 6 feet square!) They measure 54"x16".
(So, one and a half turves covers 1 square yard. One and three quarter turves covers 1 square metre). If you know your area in square yards or square metres, then square yards x 1.5 = the number of turves you require; or square metres x 1.75 = the number of turves you require. (Add 10% for cutting to shape and wastage)
It is usually best to calculate the actual area you require in square feet. Do this as follows.......
If your lawn area is rectangular, then it is easy.
If your lawn is an irregular shape, it may still be possible to divide it up into a series of rectangles, and then add the total of the rectangles together.
It may be that you will have to measure the area of a triangle - or several triangles - to work out the area of your lawn. No problem....
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If you are still unsure, then fax us with your measurements and we will work it out for you.
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