How much should I expect to pay for lawn aeration?
When you find that plants on your lawn seem to be having a hard time growing or that your lawn does not seem as healthy as it should be, your lawn soil more than likely is compacted through years of use.
This soil compaction means that air and water are not reaching the plant roots, stunting their growth or preventing them from growing as fast and as healthy they should. One of the solutions to fix this problem is through annual lawn aeration.
Heavily-used lawns, those growing on heavy clay or subsoils, or lawns with cool season turf grasses may need more than one lawn aeration per year (usually done either in the spring between March and May or in the fall between August and November).
Warm season turf grasses should be aerated in mid-spring to summer, and never during dormant periods to avoid weed competition in the lawn. The type of aeration equipment can determine how effective the treatment will be. In general, turf responds best when core holes are close and deep.
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