Don’t Wait! Schedule Your Lawn Seeding Service in Overland Park
The time is now! …To seed your lawn with a professional lawn seeding service in Overland Park.
Are you thinking ahead? Often times, homeowners know they need their annual seeding service but, like most of us, we tend to wait until the last minute to have it scheduled. Don’t wait until the last possible minute in November! You can start seeding your lawn now, all it takes is a phone call for lawn seeding service in Overland Park.
Lawn seeing service in Overland Park = Lawn Renovation.
Exaggerating? Not exactly. Seeding your lawn can be good for your lawn by providing a sense of alleviation from the past stressors like drought, disease or insect damage. With seeding, you provide the opportunity for new life to grow in your backyard. Before you know it you will notice your lawn is thicker and more dense than your previously thinner lawn.
What does overseeding a lawn entail?
Overseeding a lawn, simply explained, is a process of spreading grass seed over an already existing turf. Generally, overseeding is best for larger areas where the turf is thin, but not bare. Smaller areas that are thin or infested with weeds can be spot seeded.
What type of seed will I need to apply?
The type of seed you spread on your lawn makes the difference between having a so-so yard and the best looking lawn on the block! Seeds purchased from the Big Box stores can contain weed seeds and poor performing varieties of grass that will underwhelm your lawn. Aspen Lawn & Landscape uses only the highest rated certified grass seeds to provide you with excellent density, drought tolerance and disease resistance.
Don’t forget about aeration for the best results!
Aerification is probably the single most important maintenance operation you can apply to your lawn all season especially for clay soils which are very abundant, to say the least, in this area.
Aerification not only reduces compaction in the soil, it also helps to break down thatch layers that have developed above the soil level and allows water and nutrient flow below the compaction zone to the roots. By doing all of these things, you will develop a stand of turf that has deeper, more plentiful root systems that will easier tolerate heat, disease and insect activity.