― Lawncare Professionals ―

Why does my lawn need Aerating?

Aerating (or hollow-tine spiking) lawns allows better movement of air and water in the root zone.

A well-aerated lawn will cope better in periods of drought and will reduce the likelihood of waterlogging.

Heavier clay soil profiles, or areas that experience most wear and traffic are prone to compaction and will benefit most from regular aeration.