How Seeding and Aeration Can Help Keep Your Lawn Healthy All Year Round

 In Blog, Lawn maintenance services, lawn tips

Seeding and aeration are two simple steps that can have huge effects on the health of your lawn, especially if you haven’t been doing them regularly. By taking the time to get the soil in your lawn ahead of time, you’ll be able to avoid some common problems and improve your grass’ overall appearance throughout the year. Here are reasons you should consider adding seeding and aeration to your lawn maintenance plan this season.

Aeration Brings Life into a Lawn and Compacted Soil

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Lawn aeration is a crucial part of lawn care. It helps to loosen up compacted soil, allowing air, water, and nutrients to reach the roots of your grass. This encourages a deeper, healthier root system. Additionally, aeration can help reduce thatch buildup, improve drainage, and promote new growth. As with any other type of home maintenance, it’s important to know when and how often you should aerate your lawn in order to maintain its health year-round. A once-a-year deep treatment typically suffices for most homeowners.

Tips on How Often to Mow Your Grass

Mowing your grass regularly is important to maintaining a healthy lawn. Depending on the type of grass you have, you will need to trim it anywhere from once a week to once a month. The best way to determine how often to trim your grass is to ask your SecureLawn lawn specialist. They should be able to tell you what type of grass you have, and how often it needs to be mowed. If you are unsure, they can also provide advice on which mowers would work best for your specific situation.

Contact Secure Lawn to Get Started

Whether you’re a new homeowner or your home is just in need of some love, starting a lawn care routine can be daunting. You want your lawn to be the best on the block, but you don’t know where to start. Look no further! Here at Secure Lawn, we offer seeding and aeration services that will help keep your lawn healthy all year round. Contact us today for a free estimate!

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