Professional fall aeration and overseeding in Indiana will give you a healthier, greener lawn.
Aeration and overseeding is a traditional fall lawn care service. It involves breaking up compacted soil and thatch and spreading seeds over existing grass. The result is a healthier grass with a stronger root system and more consistent color. DIYers out there may be tempted to take this on themselves, but you’ll get better results when you hire pros.
Learn why it’s better to have professionals do your fall aeration and overseeding in Carmel, Westfield, Noblesville, and surrounding cities.
We Use Professional Grade Equipment for Fall Aeration & Overseeding Services
Aeration and overseeding requires specialized equipment that can be hard to get your hands on. The pros have access to quality, professional-grade equipment that can also be prohibitively expensive for a property owner to invest in, or even rent.
Our professional aeration and overseeding crews are trained in how to use equipment efficiently and effectively and can do the job in a shorter amount of time.
Professionals have more experience and knowledge. Lawn care can be more complex than it would seem on the surface, and some of that complexity is due to equipment management and understanding best practices for aeration and overseeding.
When you hire a professional, you’re hiring years of experience and knowledge that comes from working with hundreds of different lawns. While the basic principles of aeration and overseeding are the same, each lawn has different requirements.
On the surface, the overseeding process seems pretty simple—throw some seeds down, right? Professionals assess the property and create a specific plan in order to make sure overseeding is most effective, in addition to knowing which types of grass are best for your lawn.
Aeration requires equal amounts of expertise, knowing when and how to best aerate the property. For example, pros understand how to best treat bare and thin spots on a lawn and have an understanding of the best conditions for service.
When should aeration and overseeding happen?
In Indiana, we use cool-season grass, which germinates best when the soil is cool but not cold and the air temperature is still a little warm. Professionals have years of knowledge and watch for the perfect conditions to aerate and overseed.
Cool-season grass should be sown in the fall and put down shortly after aeration. If you wait until spring, dormant weeds may sprout before the grass does, and the summer heat could damage new growth.
Aeration is easiest when done just after a good rain when the soil is more pliable, and the aeration process will make it easier for grass seed to germinate and thrive.
Let the pros take care of the hard work for you. Call us today.
Aeration and overseeding requires quality equipment and a thorough understanding of lawn care practices. Let us do it so you don’t have to worry. If you are ready for fall aeration and overseeding service in Noblesville, Carmel and nearby areas of Indiana, call Spider Lawn & Landscape today at (317) 900-7151 for an estimate.