Lawn Aeration in Wheat Ridge, CO
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Why aerate your lawn? It makes your lawn healthier is the simple answer, but the technical reasons are twofold: to regulate lawn thatch and loosen the affects of soil compaction. Lawn thatch is a layer of dead grasses and leaves that prevent the lawn from getting optimal air flow. With time, the soil compacts due to foot traffic and gravity and it makes it difficult for the grassroots to take hold. The result of soil compaction is that it disrupts natural rainwater irrigation by shedding water too quickly. Grassy paths that are susceptible to large amounts of people require aeration more frequently to avoid soil compaction.
Watering the lawn the night before the aeration process can make it easier to aerate a very dense lawn. Typically, lawn aeration is performed in the Spring as soon as the ground thaws in order to secure the longest optimized growing season for your lawn.
Aeration makes an apparent difference in your lawn’s long-term health and all around lawn quality. Each lawn presents unique situations, however, that must be dealt with on a case by case basis in order to ensure the best possible long-term lawn condition.
The fundamental goal of lawn aeration is to allow more air and water to reach the roots of your lawn. By regularly aerating and allowing more air and water to reach grass roots, the health and quality of your lawn increases and sustains its health.
To have you lawn professionally aerated, call us today!