Aeration is one of the best ways to get a beautiful, lush lawn. Lawn aeration involves perforating the soil to allow water, airflow, and nutrients to penetrate grass roots. It also alleviates soil compaction. Soil compaction prevents air water, and nutrients from getting to grass roots. If your grass is not reaching its potential, it's time to contact Thomas Concrete & Landscape. Thomas is your local Kenosha-area expert in all things landscaping!
Should You Be Aerating Your Lawn?
There are several different factors in determining if your lawn needs aeration. If your lawn receives a lot of traffic, either from feet or from tires, it may be a victim of soil compaction, which means it should be aerated. Other situations, such as if it was established from sod. Aeration will help break up the layer of sod and help integrate it into the local soil. An excessive layer of thatch can also prevent essential nutrients from getting to your grass roots. You can see if if your thatch is too thick by slicing a piece of your lawn about four inches deep, and if your thatch is greater than one-half inch, aeration is recommended. if you believe your lawn needs aeration, contact the Kenosha landscaping experts- contact Thomas Concrete & Landscape!