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Benefits of Aeration

Water Retention

Aeration allows water to infiltrate the soil instead of running off into the street.

Improved Fertilizer Uptake

Loosening the soil allows fertilizer to work into the root zone and benefit the grass.

Dense Turf

A thicker healthier lawn will naturally prevent weed growth by providing a thick canopy that blocks sunlight from reaching newly germinated weed seedlings. It will also shade the soil which lessens evaporation and retains more water.

Reduces fertilizer runoff

Aeration allows water to infiltrate the soil instead of running off into the street.

Add Overseeding for Maximum Effect

Overseeding is the planting of grass seed directly into existing turf, without tearing up the turf, or the soil. It’s an easy way to fill in bare spots, improve the density of turf, establish improved grass varieties and enhance your lawn’s color.

If a lawn looks old, or just “worn out,” if it needs growing amounts of water and fertilizer to thrive, or is disease or insect prone, it’s a perfect candidate for overseeding.