Aerating your yard helps stimulate root growth by allowing air, water and fertilizer to reach the “root zone”.  This unit will remove small cores of soil, and will reduce compaction and promote root growth, and helps create a healthier, fuller looking lawn.  


We carry both a walk behind, and pull style aerator.  With either option, it is best to wait for a small shower to moisten your yard to ensure the plugs will get deep enough to give you your best results.  The best time to aerate is Fall or early spring.  Aerate before using herbicides and/or fertilizers, and before seeding your lawn. 

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