10,000 “Growth Zones” for Reseeding Lawn
When aeration cores are pulled, the thatch “barrier” is broken and soil is exposed. This creates an excellent opportunity to further thicken the lawn with over-seeding. Whenever your lawn is seeded, it’s important to put the seed in good contact with the soil. By breaking through the thatch, lawn aeration allows grass seed to make good soil contact. When seed lodges in the soil from the aeration cores or in the core holes left in the lawn, the rate of germination is much higher and your over-seeding is more successful.
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PLEASE NOTIFY US IF YOU HAVE UNDERGROUND SPRINKLERS OR AN INVISIBLE FENCE. AERATION WILL BREAK INVISIBLE FENCES, SO THEY WILL NEED TO BE MARKED. WE ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR DAMAGE TO UNDERGROUND SPRINKLERS, TUBING, WIRES, INVISIBLE FENCES, OR OTHER BURIED ITEMS.
We Aerate Your Lawn in Grand Rapids and …
- Byron Center
- Grand Haven
… pretty much all of West Michigan
If you want to give your lawn a well-deserved boost, make sure to contact us soon. Call today 616-554-9499 or check the boxes above and hit submit for a quick quote.