Dethatching & Aerating

Dethatching & Aerating loosens the compacted soil of your turf and allows your lawn to receive the water and nutrients it needs to thrive and grow strong roots. Thatch (dead bits of grass and debris) often builds up too quickly to be broken down naturally. This creates a barrier, which keeps moisture and air from reaching the roots. Dethatching removes the excess thatch and aerating provides holes so that air and water are allowed to reach further into the ground. Are you noticing your lawn isn’t looking its best or that water isn’t penetrating through the surface of the soil? Then it’s probably time to dethatch and aerate your lawn.