Not sure whether you need to scarify or aerate your lawn? Maybe you’ve seen your neighbours have their lawns treated but you’re unsure whether you should have yours done too?
Here you’ll find some of the most frequently asked questions we encounter as lawn care providers, we hope you find it useful:
Scarifying (also known as raking) regularly helps keep thatch levels low, however scarifying in late spring is the ideal time! (Be careful not to vigorously scarifying your lawn during the spring time as you may find the lawn does not recover during the summer season.
We throughly recommend getting in a professional to re-turf your lawn. We have a great article on lawn turfing in our lawn maintenance section of the website.
Don’t worry, ask us, and we’ll let you know. You can also choose to have a local independent lawn care professsional in your area, get in touch!
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