Atlas Aeration

For a healthier lawn, it is sometimes necessary to perforate the soil, allowing air, water, and nutrients to reach the root system. This creates a stronger hardier lawn.

If there’s one lawn care practice that we swear by, it’s aeration. If you’re not familiar with the term, aeration involves perforating your lawn with small holes. By doing this, water, air, and nutrients can penetrate further into the soil and reach your lawn’s lower root system. Over time, soil can become compacted due to foot traffic, heavy equipment, and natural settling. This compaction restricts the flow of essential elements to your grass’s roots, hindering growth and leading to a lackluster lawn. These aeration holes will reverse the effects of soil compaction, and allow your lawn’s root system to get everything it needs. Building a strong, deep root system is one of the main pillars of a successful lawn.

By removing the barriers to water and nutrients, you can fast-track your lawn’s revitalization. While the holes may be unsightly for a time, the long-term benefits will far outweigh the short-term costs. With this approach, you can be assured that your lawn has what it needs to thrive.

At Atlas Aeration, we utilize professional-grade equipment to perform lawn aeration with precision and care. Our highly trained and  easoned technicians will assess your lawn’s condition and determine the optimal aeration method for your specific needs. No matter the size, scale, or condition of your lawn, our expert team has the knowledge and tools to bring out its full potential. For a consultation, please visit our online contact form or reach out directly by phone at (253) 321-1024.

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