Turf lives a hard life here in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Clay is dominant in our soil, and its tiny particles compact and smother grass root systems. Foot traffic, dry spells, weeds, and pests add to turf’s natural degradation. The thatch layer between soil and grass plays an important role in your yard’s health, but it packs down over time, blocking water and oxygen flow. Topical fertilizers lose their effectiveness because they can’t penetrate the dense layers. If your lawn can’t drink, breathe, or process nutrients, it eventually dies.
Core aeration punches through thick layers of thatch and restores compacted soil to a porous composition, allowing your grass to breathe. Healthy turf develops a strong root system that helps fend off disease, resists pests, and weathers dry spells. Your lawn responds better to regular maintenance including mowing, fertilizing, and weed control. Aeration revives your lawn’s ability to soak up heavy rains, and improved moisture retention helps grass stay green all summer—even through periods of imposed water restrictions.
Effective lawn aeration requires precision machinery and an expert knowledge of the best local horticultural practices. Our teams bring both to your home or business, and we deliver more than 20 years of experience throughout north Texas.