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A Beginner’s Guide to Lawn Restoration Services
April 27, 2022 at 4:00 PM
lawn-restoration-service Andora

Like other parts of your home, your lawn requires regular care and attention. Without it, your outdoor living areas will look unkempt and your home will start to stand out for the wrong reasons.

Over time, your lawn can become unhealthy due to various factors, such as unsuitable soil conditions or pests. Weeds and other unwanted plants can also cause damage to your lawn. Our lawn restoration services help bring your lawn back to its original condition and can improve the overall look of your yard.

Here’s what to expect.

Checking the soil conditions

The first step in any lawn restoration project is to check the soil conditions of your yard. This helps determine what type of nutrients and conditions are needed to restore your lawn.

Once your lawn is assessed, our restoration specialist can then determine what types of treatments and materials are required to get your lawn in tip-top shape. This may include adding fertilizers or aerating your lawn to help improve the soil quality.

Core aeration

In this process, small plugs of grass and soil are removed from your lawn to improve the aeration. This allows oxygen, water, and nutrients to reach the roots of the grass, helping them to grow strong and healthy once again. This is mechanically done by machines.

Aeration is an integral part of lawn maintenance, as it helps to relieve soil compaction and aids water drainage, and helps keep your lawn having a lush green look.


Overseeding involves adding new grass seeds to your lawn. This helps to thicken up your lawn. Here we use a 99.9% weed-free seed mix that will help your lawn look its best.

The type of grass seed we use will be based on the climate you live in and the type of lawn you have. We make sure to focus on the bald spots of your lawn when overseeding.