Maxiumize Your Lawns Aesthic Apeal
Spring comes and you are going through your usual procedures. You buy the same fertilizer, your sprinklers are in the same locations. Your whole garden is being watered just like it was last year. You are doing everything you have always done, but the lawn isn’t as green and healthy looking as it was a few years ago. It may be time to go through some necessary lawn services.
Depending on your turf, you’ll want to get air back into it either twice a year, or once every two or three years. The extent to which you aerate also depends on the particular species of your lawn. While sounding complicated, this process is essential for every healthy lawn. Every day, little dead particles accumulate on your lawn. Dirt, bits of dead leaves, plants, and branches, and just about every substance you can imagine builds up a stiff layer between your lawn and the soil. The constant erosion of the nature surrounding your home further contributes to this layer. In order to After a few seasons, or sometimes one scorching summer, there is so much dead material on your lawn that it can no longer breathe. This layer of dead particles stops your grass from getting the nutrients it needs and holds it back from growing. To get your grass back to its full potential we will take one of our several aeration machines and poke several couple inch holes throughout your lawn. Each one of these holes pokes through the layer of dead waste, and gets your grass to the soil it needs. It also lets air and water from above flow down and feed the soil and roots easier.
Overseeding is the process of adding new grass seeds to your lawn. They cover up spots that might look dead, fill in empty patches, and make your grass look more robust. The process is specifically called overseeding because it's a different process from traditional grass planting. Here, the seeds are being dropped on top and are added to the already existing turf. The best time to overseed and revitalize your grass is right after completely aerating it. The new seeds fall right in and have the perfect opportunity to get nutrients and start growing. It gives them a complete fresh start that makes them more prone to growing stronger and healthier. This is especially important because new seeds don’t have the roots that are necessary to really get full nutrients. Seeding without proper aeration makes it much harder for the grass to drop in and grow. Full aeration gives the seeds complete access to the the water and soil they need. All of this maximizes the probability that your grass will be the complete green lawn that it often desired. If you are tired of your lawn not being as good as it used to be, we’re a group of professionals who are completely ready to deal with any size lawn and extent of overseeding you may want.