Lawn leveling is the process of smoothing out bumps and filling in depressions in a lawn to create a level surface that is more aesthetically pleasing and easier to mow.
Top dressing on a lawn is the process of spreading a thin layer of soil or compost over the grass to improve soil quality, reduce thatch, and promote healthy growth.
Thatching is the process of removing dead or decaying plant material that accumulates on the surface of lawns or fields.
Aeration is the process of adding air to the soil to improve its quality and promote better growth.
Over-seeding is the process of adding new grass seed to an existing lawn to improve its density, fill in bare patches, and enhance its overall appearance.