Ever since man first discovered that he could farm the land, he has “aerated” the soil in order to maximize crop yield and perpetuate the health of the land. But what about lawns? Once you’ve installed a lawn are you going to dig it up in the spring to allow the soil to breathe? Of course not. The solution is aeration. Aeration is necessary to combat the problems caused by compaction and excessive thatch in modern-day turf grass installations.
When to aerate?
Warm season turf should be aerated during the early thru late spring, when the grass is actively growing. If you are only aerating cool season turf once a year do it between early August and three weeks before low temperature cause shoot growth to decline?
So call us to schedule this important service.