Lawn Core Aeration

Compacted soil and heavy thatch are two main obstacles in achieving a beautiful lawn. Compaction and thatch suffocate grass by preventing air, water, and nutrients from reaching root zones. Therefore, your lawn my not look it’s best despite good maintenance practices.

Aeration improves drainage, stimulates growth, relieves soil compaction, and increases the effectiveness of fertilizers. Through the process of removing small 2 - 3” deep cores of soil and thatch, aeration allows your lawn to “breathe.” The cores, containing nutrients and microbes, will break down and disappear within a few weeks. Aerations are recommended annually.