Turf Aeration

Turf Aeration
Specially designed aeration equipment consists of a series of hollow coring tines. When these tines are rolled over the lawn, they puncture the soil, systematically removing small soil plugs. The equipment is compact and can easily be used in confined areas.

Insist on 3 Inches! 

Many 'lawn guys' will promise a cheaper aeration but you'll get what you pay for. Any aeration core under 3" in length will provide absolutely zero benefits for your turf. It is critical to reach that 3" core depth to properly deliver the benefits your turf demands. So if you're getting a quote for a bargain aeration, smile and say No Way!

Leave Cores on the Lawn

The cores of soil and thatch are pulled up by the machine and left on the lawn, as they contain beneficial microorganisms that will help to break down the remaining thatch. They will disappear back into the lawn in seven to 10 days or with the first mowing. If desired, sometimes raking the cores can break them up and might speed up their disappearance from the lawn surface. 

Fertilize Turf After Aeration

Signature always recommends applying a fertilizer after aerating your turf. This will guarantee your roots will immediately benefit from the aeration and provide roots with needed nutrients. Our most popular fertilizer treatment is the 5-Star Fertilizer Program. This program includes 5 applications of slow release fertilizer over the turf area during the season, and the perfect compliment to your aerations. The first application of the season includes a pre-emergent weed control agent. Each subsequent application will be accompanied by a post-emergent weed control. 
• Service pricing includes large areas up to 2,500 square feet or less
$ 67.00