Aeration and Over-seeding
Health and beauty are root deep. Over time, the soil beneath your lawn gets compacted, which impedes root growth.
The Problem: Compaction
Compact soil prevents grass from establishing a healthy root system and keeps air, water, and fertilizer from reaching the roots. Common causes
For a beautiful, healthy lawn you need to get air, water and nutriends down through thatch and soil and into the root zone. Aeration makes this possible.
The Solution: Aeration
Aerators punch holes or slice through the turf and thatch and into the soil to reduce compactoin. This allows air, nutriends, and water to reach the roots more efficiently.
When and how often should you aerate? Most lawns benefit from annual aeration. Heavily used lawns, or those actively growing on heavy clay or
subsoil may need aerating more frequently.
Aerate during seasons when grass is under less stress but actively growing to allow turf to fill in the open spaces where the soil plugs were removed.
The fall is a perfect time to aerate.
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What are the long-term benefits?
Aeration has a long list of benefits:
Enhancing water absorption
Improving fertilizer effectiveness
Reducing water runoff and puddling
Improving turf cushioning and resilience
Enhancing heat and drought stree tolerance
Improving overall air exchange
What will I see immediately after aeration?
Your lawn will be covered with small soil plugs which will naturally break down and disappear into the lawn over time.
Meet Your Classic Lawn & Tree Team
Joe and Cathy formed Classic Lawn & Tree in order to bring professional lawn maintenance services to Maryville, Tennessee and the surrounding area. They appreciate the opportunity to serve East Tennessee’s business and home owners while basking in the region's great outdoors that they both moved here to enjoy.
Operations Manager - Classic Lawn & Tree
Raised on a cattle ranch in the high Rockies, Joe has never truly left his roots nor his love of playing in the dirt.
Joe attended college and graduate school, after two tours in the Army, while simultaneously satisfying his need to feel close to home by operating his own firewood and excavating company. After Graduate School, Joe expanded his company to include trucking; land site development; and, landscape design. He moved to Maryville, Tennessee in 2004 to hike the Smoky Mountains and finally set down roots.
Catherine Shaul Vernetti
Owner - Classic Lawn & Tree
Cathy grew up in Charleston. After obtaining a degree in Studio Arts she studied under various artist ranging from Virginia "Fouche" Bolton to William Halsey.
As a young artist she had a love for Rembrandt and The Hudson River School that eventually developed into a study of the light and perspectives of Raphael and Vermeer. She moved to Maryville in the 1990's to raise her family and paint the scenery of the Smoky Mountains and it's people. Her current work, especially her landscapes, display the vivid colors gleamed from her study of Raphael.
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