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Core Aeration & Seeding

Why should you aerate? 

Compacted soil and heavy thatch are the two biggest obstacles to a beautiful lawn. They tend to suffocate grass plants by preventing air, water, and nutrients from reaching the root zone. This means your lawn looks less than satisfactory despite adequate fertilization, watering, and tender loving care! Aeration opens the thatch and helps relieve compaction. It should be a regular part of your annual lawn maintenance program.

Your lawn cant breathe!!

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Aeration is accomplished by the use of a machine equipped with cylinder-like spoons designed to penetrate and shatter the soil. Half-inch diameter plugs of thatch and soil are pulled from the ground during this process. The plunging action of the spoons into the ground opens up the soil allowing the grass plants to breathe and promotes deeper and healthier roots.

Fall seeding is also offered for an additional cost to core aeration.

  • Seed is evenly spread throughout your whole lawn.

  • All seeding is done by hand.

  • We DO NOT do spot seeding or small area seeding.

  • Price is based off total square foot of lawn areas.

  • Seed can be spread without having aeration done if you choose.

Major benefits of aeration:

  • Increases air, water, and nutrients movement through the root zone.

  • Intensifies decomposition of thatch.

  • Helps relieve soil compaction.

  • Stimulates new growth.

  • Improves drainage.

  • Provides a better environment for seeding.

  • Incorporates organic matter into the soil.

  • Increases tolerance to heat and cold.

  • Increases the effectiveness of applied fertilizers and control products.

  • All this adds up to a healthier lawn!

Call or CLICK HERE for a zero commitment free quote!

We guarantee that we evenly core aerate throughout your lawn and spread 5 pounds of seed per thousand sq ft. Seed germination depends on rainfall and/or customer watering, which is out of our control, so germination cannot be guaranteed.

**Please note: in-ground sprinkler heads must be flagged before we aerate so they are not hit by our equipment.

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