Your Lawn Has To Breathe, Too
Aeration is the process of perforating the soil of your home or office with small holes which allow air, water and nutrients to penetrate the roots of grass, flowers and trees. Such penetration helps the roots to grow more deeply which in turn produces a stronger and healthier lawn.
Compacted soil is oftentimes to concentrated to allow air, water, and nutrients to reach root systems. Red clay soil is commonly found throughout the southeastern United States and is very compact, preventing your lawn from breathing very well. Our aeration services can correct this in parts of your yard or across your entire property.
When Should We Aerate Your Lawn?
There are many factors involved when understanding if your lawn needs to be aerated. Common reasons include if your lawn experiences high foot traffic, if your lawn is part of a newly constructed home or office, if your lawn dries out easily, or if your lawn has been sodded. Let us visit your location to determine whether or not aeration will be best for the general health of your lawn.