How much should aerating cost?
Professional lawn aeration service costs, on average, about $15 to $17 per thousand square feet. For a 5,000 square-foot lawn, that adds up to between $75 and $85. via
How much does a core aerator cost?
Core aeration costs about $129 on average, while spike aeration costs only $82 on average. Although spike aeration is less expensive, it works best on lawns with loose, sandy soil. In most cases, you should opt for core aeration because it gives the lawn's roots more room to grow. via
How much does TruGreen charge to aerate?
How much does TruGreen Aeration cost? The TruGreen aeration costs anywhere from $200 to $450, depending on fertilization and the lawn size. You often need a maximum of one or two aerations per year, and sometimes, you don't need to aerate at all. If you have a small size yard, you can do the aeration yourself. via
Why are lawn aerators so expensive?
The cost of lawn aeration will vary by the method the lawn company uses. Arguably, the type of aeration that offers the most comprehensive benefits—core aeration—will cost the most because it requires the use of a machine that actually takes plugs out of the existing soil and ejects them on the lawn. via
Is aerating your lawn worth it?
No, it's not necessary to aerate your lawn every year, especially if your grass is healthy and thriving. Aeration is good if you've got compacted, poor or clay-heavy soil that's been impacted by heavy equipment or lots of foot traffic. Improves water, nutrient and oxygen movement into the soil. Improves rooting. via
How long does it take to aerate 1 acre?
While aeration itself can take just a couple of hours, depending on the size of your commercial property, plugs typically break down in about two weeks. This can be longer or shorter depending on weather conditions, but mowing does help expedite this process. via
What is the best month to aerate my lawn?
The trick is to aerate right before overseeding. The best time to have lawn care services aerate your lawn in Midwest locations is usually around August or September. In warmer states, aerate in late spring or early summer. via
What do you do after aerating your lawn?
What to Do After Aeration. After you finish aerating your lawn, let soil plugs or extra soil dry where they fall. They'll break down in rain or crumble the next time you mow, adding beneficial soil and organic matter to your lawn surface. via
Should I pick up plugs after aerating?
Those aeration plugs are vital to the health of your lawn. Resist the urge to “clean” the lawn after it's been aerated, and whatever you do, don't remove the plugs. via
Do I aerate or seed first?
Within 48 hours after you aerate you should over seed, fertilize, and water your lawn. The seed, fertilizer, and water will have the best chance to get down into the holes made by the aerator if applied soon after aeration. via
What does it cost to aerate an acre?
Aeration Cost Per Acre
Expect to pay $480 to $650 for an acre of aeration. via
Is TruGreen worth the money?
Overall, we give TruGreen a score of 97 out of 100. We believe it's the best lawn care company in the industry. TruGreen offers customers flexibility with five different lawn care programs and is available in 49 states. via
Where can I rent an aerator?
Aerators are available from rental centers such as:
Can you mow the lawn after aeration?
You mow too soon.
After you lay down your seedlings, they'll need time and the right environmental protection to grow. They'll need to acclimate and set roots before the first mow, so during the first two to four weeks post aerating and overseeding, don't mow. via