AERATION / OVERSEEDING
What can aeration do for your lawn?
The aeration process removes small plugs of turf, thatch and soil from your lawn. This lets air and nutrients into the soil below. It’s like a breath of fresh air for your lawn. Just like you need air to thrive, so does a lively, green lawn.
What can overseeding do for your lawn?
The overseed process adds a seeding service on top of offering the same great benefits as aeration. This helps thicken lawns with thin sparse areas.
Lawn aeration / overseeding benefits:
- Better Grass Health. Aeration provides access to air, water, and fertilizer for your turf and grass roots allowing them to reach further and become more complex.
- Helps Thatch Control. Thatch is the thick, matted debris and plant material layer sitting on top of your soil’s surface. Thatch prevents nutrients from reaching the roots of your lawn.
- Improves sustainability. With a healthier root system growing your yard’s ability to fight off diseases and pests increases.
- Reduces Compacted Soil. As plugs of soil and thatch are removed, your lawn is relieved and soil density is loosened.
- Efficient Water Use. With aeration water can flow freely to grass roots, meaning you use less yet still see great results.
- Increases Nutrient Absorption. Nutrients penetrate deeper into the root system thanks to thatch and soil being removed at beneficial intervals.
- Allows New Root Growth. After aeration soil is open and fertilizer is able to nourish roots more efficiently. It also provides a moist home for expanding roots to reach optimal growth and development.
- Enhanced heat and drought stress tolerance.