Due to unprecedented demand for firewood as more people are at home during the pandemic, we at Heritage like many other firewood sellers are having supply issues. It is unfortunate that we have to inform you that our kiln dried logs delivery timescales have increased to a maximum 3 weeks. If you would like to discuss with us please contact us by telephone to discuss. We have stock of a grade B log that you will find here

Lawn Repair Compost
Lawn Repair Compost
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Lawn Repair Compost

Regular price £90.00

Unit price per 

VAT and local delivery included

Our 5mm Lawn repair peat free compost is the finer sieved fraction of our soil improver and can be used for lawn repair or as a base to make up their own seed, multi purpose and potting soils.

The compost is produced from 100% green waste that is sourced within the Sussex area. Re-using material that helps ensure a circular economy.

The process we go through to create the compost is PAS 100 certified which involves regular sampling and auditing to ensure a consistent quality of compost. While the green waste is broken down into compost temperatures are monitored to ensure weeds are killed and the soil is sterilised.


  • Acts as a slow-release fertiliser, supplying the main nutrients that a plant needs over an extended period of time as opposed to synthetic fertilisers that are realised very quickly and easily washed away.
  • Helps aid water and nutrient retention due to its porous, spongy nature.
  • Improves soil aeration.
  • Improves drainage.
  • Helps prevent wind and water erosion helping to protect precious topsoil. Supports a wide range of soil bacteria, including those that produce natural antibodies to fight against plant disease. Moderates soil temperature. Helps to form aggregates by the action of soil microorganisms that release sticky secretions to hold soil particles together.


Lawn feed and repair :

  • The best time to repair your lawn is Autumn and Spring.
  • Spike your lawn thoroughly with a garden fork or aerator if your lawn is bigger.
  • Then lay the compost very thinly across the lawn ensuring that the grass looks green and not brown. Do not smother the grass as it needs air and water to grow healthily.

Potting Compost:

Our compost can be used as a potting compost:

  • Spread thinly on top of pots, use in planting holes or to repot established plants.

Seed Compost:

Our compost can be used to make a homemade seed compost:

  • Use in small amounts because of its high nutrient content which can harm seedlings. Sieve it finely and mix it with equal parts sand and topsoil or a coir bark fines mix.
  • Seedlings raised in a greenhouse are particularly susceptible to a fungal disease known as damping off. Compost can help to prevent this because of its resistance to disease pathogens.

Delivery info

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Local Delivery* is included in the price of products.

*For a full list of postcodes that this service covers see here

We will call you to confirm delivery address and arrange a suitable time. Please consider the following when placing an order.

Local Loose Transit Deliveries - 

This mode of delivery is great if access to your house is difficult. This is delivered in our own transit van which due to its size can access most locations. If you require very large amounts please still give us a call as we have the capability to deal with these as well.

Local Crane Lorry Deliveries -

For all local bulk bag deliveries we use a 7.5t crane lorry. If you believe that there may be problems getting a lorry of this size into your property then please give us a call before making a booking.

More information can be found here

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