Soil Aeration and Tilling
Aeration holes allow air, water and nutrients to penetrate the grass roots.
Aeration involves perforating the soil with small holes. These allow air, water and nutrients to penetrate the grass roots allowing them to grow deeper and thus produce a stronger and more vigorous lawn.
If your lawn gets heavy use, such as a playground for the children or pets running around the garden compacting the soil, you should consider aeration.
Jenkinson Landscapes Ltd., provide this service.
Tilling the soil is simply turning over and breaking up the soil. How deep you till and how fine you break up the soil depends on your reason for tilling.
Laying new lawns or preparing an area for planting, all require the use of a tiller. Jenkinson Landscapes Ltd., provide a tractor and Power Harrow or a Powered Pedestrian Tiller for this service.