Clay County Lawn Aeration Services
Benefits of Lawn Aeration
When soil becomes compacted, it prevents roots from growing deeper to collect more nutrients for grass to grow. By removing soil plugs, aeration creates a looser soil base for roots to develop deeper.
Better Nutrient Absorption
When the soil is loosened, nutrients are able to seep in the soil easier for roots to collect.
The more nutrients grass roots receive, the deeper they can grow. When the root systems grow deeper, they’re able to collect more and even access more water.
When the root system is able to receive more nutrients, grass is able to grow thicker and greener.
Compacted soil doesn’t absorb rainwater as easy, causing lawns to flood. Looser soil and a more robust root system allow more rain to be absorbed to prevent flooding.
Our Aeration Process
Depending on how compact the yard is, we use core aeration in the spring and the fall. Typically aeration takes place in the fall for our Missouri lawns, but often time it may be necessary to perform in the spring and fall.
Core Aeration Allows for Better Nutrient Distribution
When soil plugs are removed from the lawn, not only does it allow for better nutrient distribution directly into the soil immediately afterward, but it also allows the soil to settle. Settled soil is much easier for water that carries these nutrients to seep into the ground and ultimately be absorbed by the grass’s roots.
Compacted soil plugs are removed
Lawn soil is allowed to settle with removed plugs
Nutrients are distributed and absorbed better
Our Full-Service Lawn Care Approach
As mentioned above, one lawn care service isn’t better than another for the best growth for your lawn. You can pay for aeration services but your lawn may not be receiving the correct nutrients in the first place.
Our full-service lawn care program is designed with one goal in mind: to give you a healthy lawn you can be proud of all season long.
Fertilization & Weed Control
Grub & Insect Prevention
Mon – Fri: 8:00am – 6:00pm
Sat – Sun: Closed