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Lawn De-thatching

Thatch Removed from Lawn


Thatch [a layer of slowly decomposing grass, dead roots and yard debris] accumulates in all lawns, over time.  When the thatch layer becomes too thick, water, air and nutrients can not penetrate it and get into the soil.  The roots of your grass suffer,  the lower portions of the blades turn brown, the lawn dries out faster, and insects and turf diseases have a “sanctuary”  in which to breed.   Heavy snowfalls, like we experience in many winters, can compound the problem by increasing instances of “snow mold.”

Not unlike grooming your pet's coat, our machines will deep rake the thatch from your lawn and leave it perfectly prepped for next season's lush growth.



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