Lime "sweetens" your soil. In areas where soil is
naturally "sour" (or acid), this is extremely important to
growing healthy turf. Lime helps improve lawn color and
density, helps control thatch, and increases root

Our time application helps keep the chemistry of your
soil in balance so that you can have, and enjoy, a
thicker, greener, healthier lawn.

Lime affects color, thatch and root development. When
your soil pH is too low (acid) it needs lime to bring it
back into balance. Soil that is too acid causes "fertilizer
lock-up". This means that fertilizer and important
micronutrients become locked up in the soil and
unavailable to the grass plants.

The results of this lock-up are that the grass becomes
thin and yellow, thatch may build faster, and root
growth slows down.

A lawn in this condition is called "unthrifty" because
even when properly fertilized, it can't make use of the
plant food applied to become thick and stay green.

We suggest annual liming for acid soils. It helps
everything else we do, work even better. That's what
makes lime such a great lawn value for you.

     Core Aeration                                                      
Power core aeration is one of the most important
cultural practices available for your lawn. Aeration
helps control thatch, improves the soil structure, helps
create growth pockets for new roots, and opens the
way for water and fertilizer to reach the root zone of
your lawn.

Annual or semiannual aeration is advised for all lawns
on heavy clay soils, those with a thatch buildup, and
any lawn that needs to be "thickened up".

Aeration removes thousands of small cores of soil 1"
to 3" in length from your lawn. These cores "melt"
back into the lawn after a few rainfalls, mixing with
whatever thatch exists on your lawn. The holes
created by aeration catch fertilizer and water. Turf
roots naturally grow toward these growth pockets and
thicken in the process. Aeration holes also relieve
pressure from compacted soils, letting oxygen and
water move more freely into the root zone.

Thatch on your lawn works like a thatched roof. This
layer of roots, stems and other plant parts sheds
water and prevents fertilizers and insect controls from
moving freely into the soil. Thatch that is too heavy
can make major lawn renovation necessary. Regular
aeration helps thatch break down naturally by mixing
the soil cores into the thatch and speeding up
decomposition. Performed once or twice per year,
aeration significantly reduces thatch and improves turf

Aeration only - $165

Aeration + Over Seed - $265

Aeration + fertilizer - $220

Aeration + Over seed + fertilizer $320

Lime Only - $55

Aeration + Lime - $220

Aeration + Lime + Over seed + Fertilizer - $375

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NOTE: The Prices below are for average size yards up to 10,000 Sq. ft.  
Larger yards, Free estimate is available.  
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