Aeration is vital to keep a healthy lawn. Over time, the soil below your lawn becomes compacted due to walking, playing, mowing and watering, which can stunt growth. Aeration involves making 2-3 inch deep holes in the soil so that air, water, and nutrient exchange will be improved between the roots. It's recommended that aerating be completed by a professional who understands all of the details of this process. There are specific conditions when aeration is necessary, and if not completed correctly, it can cause even more damage to your property. Let us handle aerating and overseeding your yard. Contact us today!