Aeration & overseeding

Aeration and overseeding are an important part of regular lawn maintenance.

Soil becomes compacted over time, which is bad for grass. Enter aeration.

Periodic aeration allows water, nutrients and oxygen to get to the root zone. Our aerators have hollow tines that pull plugs from the lawn, which are allowed to decompose on the surface.

Aeration is followed by overseeding to introduce new grass varieties and fill in thin areas. Together the combination of aeration and overseeding can produce amazing results, especially on soil which has been compacted over many years.

Early fall is the best time window for overseeding in our area. To leave some time between treatment and overseeding, July and August are good months for applications to get your weeds under control.

Learn how aeration and overseeding can improve your lawn’s overall health. Contact us for an evaluation and a customized lawn care plan.

KIND WORDS

We appreciate the service we received.  John Brewer was very helpful and the two men that did removal of dead branches, etc. were polite & professional. 

Pat & Frank T. – Lancaster

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