All posts in "Lawn Aeration"

5 Tips to Aerating Your Lawn

By Matt Hagens

Aerating your lawn will keep it vibrant, green and growing strong during the summer months. There are several reasons why lawn aeration is important. The most important reason is that compacted soil can be hard on the root system. It can actually hinder how the roots absorb the nutrients they need. Aeration breaks up the […]

Guide To Renting A Lawn Aerator

By Matt Hagens

This brief article is meant to answer common questions about lawn aeration and aerator rental options including topics such as but not limited to- where do I rent a lawn aerator? Could I do it myself? Why should I aerate? When should I go about aerating? Do You Know What Aeration Can Do For Your […]

When to Aerate Your Lawn

By Matt Hagens

Everyone loves a lush, green lawn, but getting that pristine, well-manicured look takes a little work. Basic lawn care practices are needed to achieve and maintain one’s lawn at optimum levels. The homeowner should first make certain that he or she is using the right type of grass for the climate, soil type and amount […]

Caring For Your Lawn With Lawn Aerator Shoes

By Matt Hagens

Soil aeration is an important aspect of lawn care if you want your lawn look as good as possible. Soil aeration is the process of making small holes in the upper one to six inches of soil so that air and water can get to the roots of the grass more easily. Proper soil aeration […]

When And How To Use A Plug Aerator

By Matt Hagens

A plug aerator is one of several machines that can be used for soil aeration. Aeration is an important part of lawn care, and it can help to encourage the growth of very attractive, healthy grass. In order to understand what a plug aerator is and when you should use one, it is helpful to […]

Let It Breathe: How to Aerate Your Lawn

By Matt Hagens

Did you know that 25% of the soil should be air? It’s important that the root zones of plants, is able to exchange gasses with the atmosphere to help keep the grass plants healthy. More air in the soil gives earthworms and other beneficial insects and organisms more room to move and grow, helping keep […]