Lawn aeration provides air, water, and fertilizer to reach the root level of your lawn. More air, fertilizer, and water means healthier roots, resulting in a beautiful green lawn. Aerating also prevents soil compaction. Aeration is an important part of lawn care that should not be overlooked. Lawn aeration cuts down on the soil compaction by removing thousands of plugs of soil from the ground and leaving behind holes which permits oxygen to reach the roots, making room for the new roots to grow. Regular lawn aeration helps you achieve a healthy green lawn that you can be proud of for many years to come.
Just a Few Key Benefits to Aeration
• Healthier, Greener Lawn
• Reduces Thatch
• Reduces Soil Compaction
• Reduces Insect Damage
• Reduces Disease Damage
• Promotes Strong Grass and Grass Roots