Lawn Aeration

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Regular aerating with lawn aerators helps keep your lawn green and healthy. It allows water direct access tyo the root system and encourages deep root growth and thicker turf. As the roots grow deeper, lawns can stay green even if they are not watered as regularly. Aerating makes soil less compacted, thereby creating healthier roots, which are more resistant to drought, disease, traffic and high temperatures.

The best Time to aerate is in the Spring and in the Fall. If you haven’t aerated in a while, you should aerated every years for the first few years. Once your lawn has a healthy established turf, you may only need to aerate once every 3 years. You should also consider doing it more often if you soil is especially bad or it gets really hard.

Almost Perfect Landscaping of Bergen County offers lawn aeration services for both residential and commercial property owners. We utilize a core aerator method. The holes a core aerator makes, allows the soil room for expansion. Core holes last a lot longer then those made by spikes. They also help to soften the soil. In addition, the holes help out with overseeding and fertilizing the cores on the surface mix with the soil on the surface also thickening the turf.

We offer exceptional service and competitive pricing to all our clientele. It is often easier to hirer a professional to do the job for you. Costs vary dependent upon the square footage of the area to be aerated. Lawn Aeration Services in Bergen CountyAlmost Perfect lawn aeration services in bergen county. Someone explained compaction to me as the difference between living in a house with 10 foot ceilings and one with 5 foot ceilings. It’s harder to get around, there is less air and life becomes more difficult. It’s the same with plants. There is less air and water, your roots can’t grow and your neighbors (the earthworms) don’t visit and stay.

An organic lawn requires aeration when the soil becomes compacted and the grass roots only reach one to two inches into the soil. A lawn that has heavy “thatch” (thatch is the layer of alive and dead grass between the green grass leaves up top and the dirt down below) is also an indication of compacted soil. Lawns that are rich in clay should be aerated more than sandy lawns but either way, aerating about once a year is a good idea. Once the lawn soil is aerated, your organic lawn will be much healthier, greener, and lush.

Call APLNJ today at 201-389-6979 and see for yourself what many others at Angie’s List have already said. “almost PERFECT Landscaping” has won the super service award for SIX (6) consecutive years straight” ( 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, and 2015)

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