Laying turf is not nearly as difficult as you might think. If you follow this quick 'how to' guide, hopefully you'll have no problems.
1) Pick your moment
It's best to lay a new lawn in mid-autumn, although it can be done any time until late winter, as long as the soil is not too frosty or wet.
At that time of year, lawns grow relatively slowly, so you can give it time to establish before you have to mow it. You can check this link right here now to know more about turf suppliers.
Whenever you lay your lawn, do water it if there is an extended dry period. Although this is theoretically more likely in summer, recent experience suggests that dry weather is possible at any time of year! If you let your new lawn get too dry, it may not root properly, giving you problems in future.
2) Prepare the ground thoroughly
Although laying turf is easier than sowing seed, you still need to prepare the ground pretty thoroughly. Clear all the weeds away from the area, especially perennial weeds such as couch grass.
You may want to use weedkiller to make sure you've got rid of them, although you'll need to buy one that won't remain in the soil, as this will also kill your lawn.
Dig or rotavate your patch down to about 20-25cm. It's probably advisable to dig in some organic matter such as well-rotted manure or mushroom compost to improve the soil structure.
Give the soil a chance to settle down after you've dug it over, as the level will drop a bit, and you don't want this to happen after you've laid your lawn! Ideally, it should be left for several weeks, which may be difficult for the impatient gardener, so let's just say at least a few days!