Spring & Fall Aeration

Aeration is the cornerstone to a successful lawn care program. Aeration relieves compaction and reduces excessive thatch buildup while allowing better air exchange between the soil and atmosphere above. Water and nutrient uptake is also enhanced, building a healthier lawn. Aeration is effective when completed in the spring or fall. When done in the fall, it can be coupled with overseeding for great results.

Key benefits of Aeration

  • Relieves compaction
  • Reduces excessive thatch
  • Improves air exchange
  • Enhanced water and nutrient uptake
  • Effective in Spring or Fall
  • Often coupled with overseeding in the fall
aeration explained