Whether you’re looking to maintain your lawn with an annual aeration or power raking, or looking to repair an area affected by insects, disease or drought damage then let Lawn Pros help you! With warm days, cooler evenings and typically an adequate amount of rainfall means fall is the best time to do seeding.
Core Aeration is the most beneficial service for your lawn after your Lawn Pros application program. Aeration opens up the lawn by removing plugs of soil and thatch. This allows more air, water, and nutrients to reach the root systemand promote better plant growth.
Removing thatch is vital for your lawns success. Too much thatch prevents water and nutrients from reaching the root system. Which prevents the plants from developing the way they should. Excess thatch can also lead to insect damage and other lawn diseases.
Power raking is a process that removes excess thatch and other dead matter from your lawn. This is done with a machine that has nearly 100 tines under the deck moving ina vertical direction.
Power raking is best done when your lawn is the most vibrant. So the best time for us to do this is during the Spring. Power raking is very beneficial to your lawn. Too much thatch will prevent water, fertilizer and other nutrients from reaching the root zone. Too much thatch is also a perfect spot for lawn diseases to start browning.
Slit seeding is the process of cutting slits in the soil. Grass seed is then dropped into the slits and grow seed is distributed in a uniform manner throughout your lawn. This service offers a higher seed to soil contact then overseeding your lawn. Therefore it is far more successful when rejuvenating poor areas within a lawn. This is an ideal service for areas that have been affected by drought, insect and other disease damage.
We use a 1/4 ton self-propelled roller. We runthe machine over your lawn twice, in opposit directions, forming a check board pattern. Lawn rolling provides mostly cosmetic benefits. It will flatten small, less than quarter size bumps. It will not fix ruts or swales in your lawn.