When your lawn breathes easier,

so do you.


Aerating your lawn removes small cores of soil and deposits them on the turf to allow water, nutrients and air to penetrate the grass roots. Doing this helps the roots grow deeper, which produces a stronger, more vigorous lawn. If your lawn endures heavy traffic, is part of new construction or dries out easily, you may want to consider aeration during the growing season.


Improves fertilizer uptake and use
Reduces water runoff and puddling
Reduces soil compaction
Enhances thatch breakdown
Increases heat and drought stress tolerance

how aerating works

Aeration improves the health of your lawn in many ways. The small cores of soil that are removed and deposited on the turf then combine with the thatch debris. This allows the microorganisms in the soil to break down the thatch and reduce its accumulation. Roots prefer the large air spaces aerating provides, which allows your grass to grow deeper and make better use of water and fertilizer.

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