Aeration & Overseed
While beneficial for many types of lawns, aeration is especially useful for soil in our area, as it tends to become compressed, making it hard for oxygen and nutrients to reach beneath the surface. Aeration rectifies this by removing small sections of dirt, or “cores”, so that these key components can reach beneath the soil and nourish the grass more effectively. Having everything they need in easy reach makes it much easier for plants to grow stronger and healthier than they were.
Aeration can also be accompanied by overseed, which takes advantage of the fresh influx of nutrients to add even more grass to the lawn to give it a fuller, lusher look than it would otherwise.