Lawn Maintenance

We provide services after installation which includes, but are not limited to the following:

Dethatching (link to photo), Right underneath your grass but right above the line of the soil, there is a layer of leaves, stems, and roots, some living, and some dead. This tightly woven patchwork is known as thatch, and it is a natural part of your lawn. But when thatch becomes too thick, it can prevent the new, growing grass from finding the water and nutrients it needs.

Aeration (link to photo) When you aerate your lawn, you're breaking up the soil, making it easier for your lawn's root network to spread. Plug aerators, which pull plugs of dirt out of the ground, also create more space for roots and soil, which slows soil compression. Aeration also improves drainage, allowing your lawn's root network to absorb more water.