Want to Make Sure Your Soil Is Not Too Compacted?

What to Look for When Purchasing a Lawn Care Aerator

One thing you need to consider when purchasing a lawn care aerator is exactly how much your lawn needs to be aerated. Some kinds of grass have a tendency to mat together, which will not allow water, fertilizers, and sunlight to reach the soil beneath; in addition to having bad drainage, however, sandy soil will not need as much aeration.

Should your lawn be healthy, try using aeration shoes. These weird looking shoes come with an array of sharp triangular spikes. They are strapped onto your normal shoes and will help to aerate your lawn. For homeowners that are regularly in their gardens, these shoes are an excellent choice. Plus, you will get exercise and provide a continuous method for aeration.

So for people in or around the Macon, GA area, call us Call Tuff Dogg Lawn Care LLC at (478) 957-5357 today.