The process of removing small cores of soil from your lawn to reduce soil compaction and promote root growth for healthier grass.
-Improved air exchange between
the soil and atmosphere
-Enhanced soil water uptake
-Improved fertilizer uptake and use
- Reduced water runoff and puddling
- Stronger turfgrass roots
- Reduced soil compaction
- Enhanced heat and drought stress tolerance
- Improved resiliency and cushioning
- Enhanced thatch breakdown
-Immediately after aeration, your lawn will be dotted with small plugs pulled from the soil.
-Within a week or two, they break apart and disappear into the lawn.
-About 7 to 10 days after aeration, the holes will be filled with white, actively growing roots, which is a sign that the turfgrass is receiving additional oxygen, moisture and
nutrients from the soil.
Help your friends achieve a healthier lawn!
-New customers who are referred by our current customers will receive 20% off their first application, when signing up for two or more annual services.
-To show our appreciation, you will also receive 20% off your next application.