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Our most FAQs!

Q: What are the benefits of Lawn Aeration?
A: Enhanced Soil Health: Core aeration promotes better air circulation and nutrient absorption, fostering robust root development and overall turf vitality.

  • Reduced Soil Compaction: Loosening compacted soil enables healthier root systems, improved water infiltration, and ensures optimal grass growth.

  • Efficient Nutrient Uptake: Aeration facilitates the effective absorption of fertilizers and supplements, promoting lush, green turf and maximizing resource utilization.

  • Thatch Management: Encouraging natural thatch breakdown reduces suffocation risks and creates a healthier growing environment for your lawn.

  • Improved Water Drainage: Enhanced water infiltration and drainage prevent waterlogging, reducing the risk of root suffocation and promoting healthy growth.

  • Natural Weed and Pest Control: Aeration fosters denser turf, naturally suppressing weeds and deterring pests, resulting in a resilient and vibrant lawn.

Incorporate core lawn aeration into your routine to unlock these vital benefits and witness your lawn flourish into a verdant oasis of beauty and vitality.

Q: Why do you quote by lot size and not lawn size?

A: We base our quotes on lot size since accurately measuring lawns via satellite can be challenging due to various factors, and time consuming. Our method involves using the square footage provided by county assessors for the lot, while also considering the average size of the house, driveway, and landscaping. If your property differs significantly in any of these aspects, please make note of it in your request for a quote.

Q: Do I need to be home for Lawn Services?
A: We understand that your schedule may not always align with our service visit. Rest assured; you do not need to be home during our visit! To ensure smooth and efficient service, we kindly request the following preparations:
1)    Unlock any gates to allow our team access to the lawn area.
2)    Clear away any debris or furniture from the lawn to facilitate our work.
3)    For the safety of your pets and our team, please bring pets indoors during our service visit.
As for payment, you have two convenient options:

  • Leave payment in a designated area (please inform us where).

  • Alternatively, we can send you an online invoice after completing the services.

Q: Do I need to be home for Sprinkler Blowout?
A: If you've shut off the water to your sprinklers and drained the line beforehand, it's not mandatory for you to be home during the Sprinkler Blowout process. However, we highly recommend your presence to ensure everything goes smoothly. Additionally, please ensure that the valve boxes are easily accessible and well-marked to facilitate our service team's work efficiently. Your cooperation is appreciated as we strive to provide the best possible service for your irrigation system.

Q: Are your fertilizers kid/pet safe?
A: At Ez Aeration, we prioritize safety and eco-friendliness in our lawn care practices. We refrain from using weed killers or pesticides that could pose harm to pets or children. However, it's important to note that while our fertilizers are safe, we recommend avoiding direct ingestion. To ensure utmost safety, we advise watering the fertilizer thoroughly before allowing pets or children onto the treated yard area

Q: Do I need power raking?
A: If there's a layer of thatch measuring 1/2 inch or more in thickness on the lawn's surface, it's a strong indicator that dethatching may be needed. To check for this, use a rake or a garden tool to gently part the grass and measure the thickness of the thatch layer at various spots across the lawn. If it consistently measures 1/2 inch or thicker, it's likely time for dethatching to prevent issues with water penetration, nutrient absorption, and overall lawn health.

Q: How can I pay?
A: After services are complete, we recommend using; Cash, Zelle, Venmo (@ezaeration), or check in person or by mail to Ez Aeration at 13541 Delphi Dr, Littleton, CO 80124. Please note that we can take cards, but all card transactions will incur a 3% processing fee (CRS § 5-2-212).

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