Give your yard a fighting chance
Many people think that fertilizing and aerating their yard are one in the same; however, they are two separate processes that benefit your yard in very different ways. Our highly-qualified professionals at StraightEdge Lawn Care, extend our lawn care services as a way to ensure that your yard can retain the nutrition that it is going to need to grow and stay healthy all season long.
Without lawn aeration, your yard may not retain any of the nutrition it is given from the fertilization process. It is essential that you aerate your yard so all nu
trition can penetrate deep below the surface. Aeration is absolutely necessary for the outstanding health of your yard. If you are thinking about fertilizing your yard, you may first want to consider letting our experts aerate it for you.
A happy root is a healthy root
Nutrients cannot get to the roots of your grass if the soil is tightly held together. Lawn aeration is especially useful if your yard has thick or dense soil that is compacted. With our lawn care services, we alleviate this density, which allows for the roots to obtain what they need. With lawn aeration, your grass and your yard will look spectacular all season long.
Our aeration program is done by perforating your yard with a bunch of small holes that then allow for air, water, and nutrients to seep deep under the grassy surface and into the root system. Aeration is a vital tool that we suggest all of our customers invest in. If you choose only one thing to do to your yard this year, let it be aeration.
Our Lawn Care Professionals will aerate your lawn to reduce thatch and soil compaction. Allowing us to gain access to the root zone. Thus promoting the amount of oxygen, water and nutrients traveling into the root zone.
Our Lawn Care Professionals will aerate your lawn to reduce thatch and soil compaction. Allowing us to gain access to the root zone. Thus promoting the amount of oxygen, water and nutrients traveling into the root zone. They will also overseed the lawn to build resistance to disease, reduce weeds, and introduce new grass seed to fill in thin areas. This process will improve your lawn’s overall appearance.
Our Lawn Care Professionals will slice seed your lawn by cutting vertically into the thatch and soil. This will increase germination of the seed.