Aeration, Fertilizing, and Over seeding
Aeration is the process of perforating the soil with small holes to allow air, water, and nutrients to penetrate all the roots. This will help the roots grow and produce a stronger lawn.
One of the main reasons many decide to aerate their lawn is to alleviate soil compaction. Is your lawn seeing high foot traffic from your kids and pets running around? Than you might need to have aeration done to your lawn, because when your soil is too compacted it has to many solid particles in a certain space and does not allow proper circulation of air, water, and nutrients within the soil.
Allow Clean Cut to improve the overall health of your lawn by scheduling your core aeration. Let your lawn benefit from aeration to prevent thatch buildup, benefit overseeding and fertilizing services, improve drainage, and get it ready for a winter dormancy and give it a green spring!
Overseeding is basically spreading grass seed over an existing lawn. As your grass matures thinning is normal especially if you enjoy your lawn and use it often. Overseeding will fill in any bare spots, improve density in your lawn, and improve the color of your lawn.