Lawn Dethatching

Dethatching – Thatch is a layer of living and dead grass shoots, stems, and roots that forms between the green grass blades and the soil surface. Dethatching removes this thick layer of decaying plant material so air, water, nutrients, and fertilizer can reach the soil better, plus your lawn can drain more effectively

Core Aeration – Core aeration helps manage that build-up by introducing thatch-decomposing microorganisms from the soil to the top of the thatch layer. Relieves soil compaction. Compacted soil can prevent air, water, and fertilizer from reaching your lawn’s root system, causing dead spots, patches and/or thinning

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