Aeration and Seeding
Aeration and Seeding is recognized by lawn experts as the best treatment to control thatch, reduce compaction, improve drainage, increase air, water and nutrients to the roots, fill-in bare spots, increase the effectiveness of fertilizer, and revitalize growth. GreenLawn by Design uses the highest quality seed, fertilizer and top of the line aerator’s that are guaranteed to aerate your lawn better than the competition resulting in a more lush and healthy lawn, making your yard the envy of your neighborhood.
The Best Time to Aerate a Lawn in Indiana
Popular to contrary belief, you should not aerate your lawn during the summer months. Disturbing the soil during the warmer weather encourages weed growth and the potential for disease. Also, many people chemically treat their lawns in the summertime to prevent weeds and disease. Aerating at this point weakens the chemical barriers. Fall is the time to perform overseeding, reseeding, and fertilizing tasks that coincide nicely with an aerated lawn. And the cooler temperatures encourage the grass to develop better root systems instead of focusing on blade growth.
Aeration also helps your lawn heal from the stresses of summer. Frequent foot traffic, excessive heat, and dry conditions take a toll on your turf’s well being. At the same time, aeration prepares the ground for the upcoming bitter temperatures of winter, which are notorious in Indiana for being hard on a lawn’s health. Therefore, the best time to aerate a lawn in Indiana is early fall.
Hiring a professional to aerate your lawn saves you time and labor. And if you need to rent the proper equipment, it may even save you money. At GreenLawn by Design, we take the guess work out of aerating your lawn and other maintenance chores. Call us today at 317-804-8088 or complete the contact form for your Free Estimate and let us get your yard in top shape for the months ahead. We’re conveniently located in Carmel, Indiana, just minutes away from Westfield, Fishers, Noblesville, Zionsville and surrounding areas.