Guttercleaning, Sod, Aeration, Mulch & Dethatching, Fall Cleanup
When your soil gets too compact, there's a good chance that your grass might not be getting the Oxygen and nutrients and H2O that it requires to reach its full potential. Lawn Aeration will help to fix this problem by pulling plugs of old soil which allows this process to happen for new growth of roots of your lawn to reach its potential to grow properly. Lawn Aeration will help to strengthen the roots and allow them to grow deeper instead of being strangled.Strong roots in your lawn will help make it look very beautiful and healthy and green.
Our large machine there vacuums all debris after dethatching. We haul away with our price. Raking cant get everything. When using backpack blowers it puts the debris else where with this Vacuum it prevents that. It takes everything in its path off of the lawn.
Reasons to Dethatch
Thick layers of thatch can cause serious damage to your lawn. The layer of thatch sits on top of the soil, separating the roots from any material that comes in contact with the soil. This means that water and food, such as fertilizer, cannot penetrate the thatch, and therefore is never absorbed by the roots. The grass will dry out, wilt, brown and in worst cases, die. Insects also thrive in thick-thatch lawns, where the soil temperature rarely changes, providing an optimal spot to lay eggs.
The leaves have fallen and winter is coming. Before the first snow fall, be sure to perform a fall leaf cleanup. This fall cleanup is crucial for your lawn in order to prevent the leaves from smothering your lawn. This barrier of leaves traps moisture, inhibits sunlight, and harbors insects and diseases; this can kill patches of even the healthiest grass.To prevent a dead lawn after the winter has passed, fall leaf cleanup is essential. Don’t think that Mother Nature is going to do the job for you by blowing your leaves away. This may be true to some extent, but remember for the leaves that blow away, there’s that many more blowing onto your lawn.