We’ve finished aerating for the spring season. Please contact us after August 1 if you would like aeration in the fall. Also we are temporarily unable to take on any new mowing customers unless your lawn is immediately adjacent to one of our existing customers. If that’s your situation, please send us an email at email@example.com requesting a price quote.
Preparing for Aeration
We guarantee that we will not damage your sprinkler heads if they have been marked in advance. It is very rare, however, that we hit a head, even in the many lawns where heads have not been marked. If you do want to mark your heads in advance, you can skip those that are within eight inches of a clearly-defined perimeter. We assume those heads are there, and we’ll avoid them.
Watering Your Lawn
Aeration is most effective if the ground is slightly moist when we aerate. If your lawn is very dry, you may want to water a day or two before we arrive.