In last week’s blog, “Why Should I Aerate My Lawn?“, we discussed why it was important to aerate your lawn. Warm season grasses like bermuda and zoysia should be aerated in the spring/summer months. After the cold months of fall and winter, lawns tend to become damaged from the cool temperatures, debris, and general wear and tear that comes with the little time we spend on our lawns during those months.
Aerating your lawn gives the soil a chance to breathe by removing debris and thatch and allowing it to better absorb oxygen, fertilizer, water, and other nutrients that it needs to thrive into a healthy, green lawn!
Below are pictures taken by our lawn care professionals of a lawn before and after being aerated by Northwest Lawn Care professionals.
Call or go online to schedule a FREE lawn analysis on your lawn. You’ll be enjoying a green, healthy lawn in no time!