Lawn Aeration

Is your lawn suffocating?

When soil becomes compacted, it will reduce the flow of essential air, water, and nutrients that grass needs in order to grow thick, deep, and strong. Soil can become compacted by stressful situations such as heat and drought or everyday situations such as mowing and kids playing.

Greenup wants to help your lawn breathe. The aeration process involves removing cores of soil from the ground and depositing them on the surface, where they then decompose, returning their nutrients to the soil and promoting further growth. Aeration creates pockets where the grassroots are able to absorb the proper nutrients, air, and water they need. It is a good idea to aerate your lawn once a year to keep it healthy.

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Give your lawn a breath of fresh air!



Greenup’s Aeration Policies


The State of Texas regulations require subsurface irrigation lines to be buried at least 6” deep.

Our aeration equipment will produce holes 3” -  4" deep.  We ARE NOT responsible for damages to subsurface irrigation lines that do not conform to state regulations.

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