Aeration should be part of everyone’s lawn program
On scale of 1 to 10, core aeration rates an 11 for improving your turf quality. Lawns can be aerated anytime throughout the growing season. Spring, Summer and Fall all offer their own unique advantages. The benefits of aeration are so clear that it's a standard practice used on all golf courses across the country. The benefits begin immediately and last for months.
What is aeration?
Aeration is the process of making thousands of small holes in the turf. These holes allow air, water and fertilizer to reach the root zone more efficiently resulting in new growth and increased root development.
Save up to 25% on your water bill
Water is able to get down to the root zone more efficiently where it is absorbed and not lost to evaporation in the thatch layer.
Aeration speeds thatch breakdown by mixing the soil from the cores that are pulled to mix with the thatch.
Creates Deeper, healthier roots
Aeration creates thousands of small growth pockets which attract the grass roots.
Loosens hard, compacted soils
Aeration decompresses your soil by allowing room for the soil to expand while, at the same time, creating a looser structure for the roots.