Maybe you’ve tried weed control and fertilizer, but it’s almost like your lawn has put up a barrier and won’t let the good stuff in. Over time, our lawns can actually be their own worst enemies because thick thatch can stop water, oxygen and fertilizers from reaching the grass roots.
Compact soil can be remedied in most cases with core aeration. For best results, we recommend having an aeration performed each year on your lawn.
Your property might also need overseeding, which can optionally happen immediately after aeration to help regenerate thinning or struggling turf with new grass plants.
Some lawns also benefit from overseeding to help fill in areas where grass is failing, and doing this after aeration to allow for good soil-to-seed contact. A lawn care expert at Master Lawn can help you determine whether this is right for your lawn.
Aeration is included in our Gold and Platinum lawn care programs, and can also be added to the Silver program. Aeration and overseeding can be purchased as a stand-alone service.