Aeration


Fall Core Aeration is an ESSENTIAL part of any annual lawn program. After a year of lawn activities, mowing, and changing weather conditions, the ground may become hard and compact. Core aeration breaks up hard compacted soil and thatch, by using a machine to pull 2”-3” “dirt cores” from the ground. By doing so, core aeration allows easier delivery of air, water, and nutrients to the turf’s roots. This makes for a healthier denser lawn and improves root development.

Core aeration can also help restore a thinning lawn, especially when teamed with overseeding.