Over time, soil compaction and thatch can do serious damage to the health and appearance of your lawn, but our lawn aeration services will ensure that necessary water and nutrients can reach the roots of your grass.

What is lawn aeration, and why do I need it?

Lawn aeration is a common practice that involves perforating your lawn with small holes to allow air, water, fertilizer, and nutrients to penetrate the soil and reach the roots of your grass.

To put it simply, our lawn aeration service promotes the healthy exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide, which helps your lawn to breathe.

When is lawn aeration needed, and how often?

We typically recommend aerating your lawn no less than once per year. If it has been more than a year since your lawn was last aerated, then your yard is probably due for aeration service. 

Signs that you are overdue include a weak, sick-looking lawn, increased susceptibility to disease, and thick weed overgrowth or thatching. 

Benefits of Lawn Aeration

Professional lawn aeration promotes a deep, healthy root system for your grass. This creates a stronger, greener lawn that is better equipped to defend itself against weed overgrowth and other intrusion. 

Another important benefit of aerating your yard is that it improves drainage across your property. Ask us for more details about the benefits of grass yard aeration!