Your lawn needs to breathe, so to speak. It needs space to drawn down nutrients to ensure it remains healthy and vibrant. Turf aeration helps prevent problems caused by compaction, such as fungal diseases, bare patches, and course dryness caused by drainage issues.
What Are The Benefits Of Aerating Your Lawn?
If your turf has a thick layer of thatch, as well as tightly packed soil beneath, then you’re the perfect candidate for turf aeration. Turf aeration has a range of benefits including:
Also known as core aeration or soil cultivation, turf aeration is the process of removing small holes of turf from your lawn, so more oxygen can be absorbed into the root system. These small holes of turf are removed using a specially designed lawn coring machine.
Aeration helps the roots grow deeper and produce a stronger more vigorous lawn. Keeping it lush and healthy year round.
When Is The Best Time To Have Your Turf Or Lawn Aerated?
Essentially, turf aeration is best when your lawn is most thriving. On the Gold Coast, Brisbane and surrounds, the most active growing season for your backyard is summer and spring. This would be the perfect time to have the Focal Point Landscape Maintenance team provide a turf aeration service.
When Can You Expect To See Results?
Assuming you’re caring for your garden adequately and the SE Qld weather helps you out a little bit, you can expect to see healthier turf in anywhere from 2 to 4 weeks. The more you care for your garden, the quicker you will see results.
What Happens To The Small Holes From The Lawn Coring Machine?
What happens to the small holes is up to you! You’ve got two choices:
Why Choose Us For Your Turf Aeration?
For an ongoing, beautiful lawn contact for a free quote today.
Focal Point Landscape Maintenance provides low-cost turf aerationthroughout the Gold Coast, Brisbane, Logan, and Ipswich. We’ll advise you on best lawn care and give you a no obligation quote.
Feel free to ask our expert any questions while he’s there.
If you accept our quote we schedule service. We’ll prepare your lawn for the coming season.