Aeration and Seeding
Aerating your lawn is a great way to reduce thatch, loosen up compacted soils and make it easier for water and nutrients to reach the roots of your turf.
In the aeration process, we use a machine to remove cores of dirt from the soil and leave those cores on the surface of the ground. This reduces soil compaction, and grass roots extend further underground where the grass plant seeks out and absorbs more nutrients and water, yielding a healthier turf. The holes in the ground also allow the nutrients we spread to penetrate the ground, thus the roots can take maximum advantage our chemical applications.
After aeration, we use a new and improved turf type tall fescue that is specifally made for this area. You get what you pay for and we only use the best. Seeding can be employed to renovate an existing lawn, to grow off-season grass, or to keep the lawn green when the primary turf is dormant.