Core Aeration is critical for your lawn 

Why Core Aeration?

Of all the things that build a healthy, thick lawn, Core Aeration is second only to lawn fertilizing. Core Aeration reduces thatch in your lawn while it opens the way for air, water and fertilizer to reach the root zone of your grass. Seeding at this time provides for the best seed to soil contact and weather conditions.  Core Aeration is the secret to getting the most out of your other lawn care services.

Core Aeration removes thousands of plugs of soil from your lawn and deposits them above the thatch. As the plugs begin to “melt” back into the lawn, the soil mixes with the thatch and speeds up the natural process of decomposition. Performing Core Aeration each autumn helps ensure that thatch seldom becomes a serious and expensive problem.

 

Benefits of Core Aeration?

 

  • Allows you to use less water to get the same results. SAVE WATER!

  • Increases water, nutrient and oxygen movement into the soil

  • Improves root strength, depth, and efficiency

  • Helps your lawn fight diseases, fungus, and stress

  • Helps prevent fertilizer run-off into our waterways

  • Increases the activity of soil microorganisms that decompose thatch