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A benefit to you and your lawn

Aeration and overseeding promote deeper root growth, allowing the lawn to access water more efficiently and reducing the need for frequent watering, which helps conserve water resources and lower water bills.

Not only that, but by promoting a healthier lawn with fewer bare patches and weed infestations, aeration and overseeding reduce the need for ongoing maintenance tasks such as weed control and patch repair, saving homeowners time and effort, as well as keeping your lawn happy and healthy.

Why would I need this?

  • Improved Air and Water Circulation: Aeration involves perforating the soil with small holes to allow air, water, and nutrients to penetrate deep into the root zone. This improves root growth and overall turf health.
  • Reduced Soil Compaction: Over time, soil can become compacted, which restricts root growth and water infiltration. Aeration loosens the soil, reducing compaction and allowing roots to spread more easily.
  • Enhanced Nutrient Absorption: Aerating the soil promotes better nutrient absorption by roots, leading to healthier, greener grass.
  • Thicker, Fuller Lawn: Overseeding involves spreading grass seed over the existing lawn to fill in bare patches and improve turf density. This results in a thicker, fuller lawn with improved resistance to weeds and pests.
  • Improved Drought Resistance: Aeration and overseeding help develop a deep, dense root system, making the lawn more resilient to drought conditions by accessing water and nutrients from deeper soil layers.
  • Enhanced Weed Suppression: A dense, healthy lawn created through overseeding can naturally suppress weed growth by crowding out weed seeds and preventing them from germinating.
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