Spring Aeration Lawn Service Atlanta
An essential for Bermuda and Zoysia lawns.
The clay soil in the Atlanta area is already dense and compacted, and the effects of winter only make it worse. Aeration loosens the soil so that warm-season grass can get what it needs to thrive.
Our Spring Aeration Treatment Plan
The process entails pulling up small cores, or plugs, of soil to reduce compaction. With the soil loosened up, vital air, water, and nutrients can travel down to the root system where they’re needed to nourish turf. The results are:
- A thicker, more weed-resistant lawn
- A stronger, healthier root system
- Improved resistance to drought, heat, and other stresses
The service – available as an add-on with the Silver or Gold plan – also makes our treatments more effective.
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