Lawn aeration is one of the most beneficial treatments you can provide for your lawn. When your soil becomes so compact, it will struggle to absorb nutrients, water, and oxygen. With aeration, small plugs are created throughout your lawn. This makes it easier for water to penetrate roots, increases oxygen exchange, and improves your lawn’s overall health.
At Griffin Pest Solutions, we recommend annual lawn aeration services to maintain a lush and vibrant lawn.
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Benefits of Lawn Aeration
If you’re on the fence about lawn aeration, here is a list of benefits you’ll experience when aerating your lawn.
- Reduces soil compaction
- Promotes root growth
- Improves lawn’s overall health
- Reduce thatch build-up (excessive thatch can attract diseases and lawn pests)
- Reduce runoff or puddling
- Prepares cool season grass for dormancy
When is the Best Time to Aerate Your Lawn?
The best time to aerate your lawn is when your lawn is not too dry, frozen or too saturated. While we recommend lawn aeration at least once a year, you can treat your lawns more often. In fact, most golf courses are aerated as often as 2 to 3 times a year. It’s no wonder they have such beautiful lawns! You’ll also want to consider lawn aeration if your lawn has thin or bare patches, or experiences puddling after a rainstorm.
At Griffin Pest Solutions, our technicians have the knowledge and experience to aerate your lawn at the right time. We’ll perform the job correctly and efficiently.
Professional Lawn Aeration
Aeration is one of the greatest ways to improve your lawn. Removing small plugs will break up thatch and allow water and oxygen to penetrate your lawn’s roots. To learn more about our lawn aeration services or to schedule an appointment, contact Griffin Pest Solutions today.
We’ve been proudly serving homeowners and businesses in the Michigan area for over 70 years with exceptional lawn care services. We’ll assess your lawn, determine the type of grass you have, and properly care for it, providing you with the lush, green lawn you’ve always wanted.Back to Residential Pest Control