Aerating the lawn of your business plays a large role in its overall appearance. Aeration occurs naturally – it’s the process of exchanging air between the soil and its surrounding atmosphere.
However, the process often needs a boost to keep your property healthy and looking its best. Mechanically removing small plugs of thatch and soil from the lawn will improve natural soil aeration and create a beautiful yard.
Here are a couple reasons you should consider aerating your lawn this spring:
Aerating Helps the Grass Grow
Aerating your grass promotes growth. Not only does it help to regenerate the root system but aerating also reduces soil compaction. This allows the roots of the grass to grow farther and allows for better oxygen and nutrition supply for overall growth.
It Helps Reduce Weeds
Weeds are one of the most common problems a business’s landscape can have. When your grass grows stronger and thicker, you are less likely to have weeds wedge their way in. Aerating your soil ultimately helps your grass grow and combats weeds at the same time.
Aerating Enhances Seed Germination and Growth
By aerating your soil, your grass seeds have a much larger chance of germinating. When you aerate your soil, more holes are created. This gives the seeds more holes to potentially germinate in and will help more grass to grow overall.
Aerating Will Help You Attract More Customers
Appearance plays a large role when it comes to bringing in customers to your business. Well-kept, fresh-looking landscapes are a significant part of your commercial curb appeal. Aerating your lawn and encouraging its growth enhances the appearance of your property.
If you are looking for ways to achieve healthier looking and well-grown grass, aerating your soil might be the perfect service for this spring.