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Aeration is one of the most underrated treatments you can do for your lawn. By loosening the soil, nutrients move freely to the roots of the grass. This allows the grass to absorb nutrients from the air coming in the contact with the roots. Aeration should be performed at least one time per year in order to promote growth and cut down on thatch build up.

Your lawn specialist will remove small plugs of turf, thatch, and soil from the lawn.  Within 1-2 weeks, the plugs break down, feeding the nutrients back to the roots of your lawn. You may notice new white roots growing in the aerated holes.

Spring Aeration:

Completed from March- May, when the ground still has moisture from the Winter.

Fall Aeration:

Completed late September-October

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