Aerators help you to drill small holes into the soil in order to allow air and water to reach the roots of the grass. This process aids in the development of deep roots, resulting in a more robust and vibrant lawn.


Aeration’s primary goal is to allow your lawn and the soil underneath it to breathe more easily. If you want to promote root growth, water drainage, and fertilizer uptake in your lawn, you’ll need to take aeration seriously.


Core aeration is the greatest method for treating densely compacted soil. You will use prong in a machine that plunges into the earth and extracts the cores of the soil.


A spike aeration, on the other hand, is suitable for lawns with particular turf grasses, such as golf courts. In this case, one inserts large metal spikes into the ground, so the method has less impact on the lawn’s look.