Aeration: The secret ingredient

It's the final piece to having a lawn you can be proud of.

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Warm-season grasses like Bermuda and Zoysia should aerate every spring. Our Famous "Double Pass" Aeration is the removal of small plugs of soil from your lawn.


Ensures every square foot of your lawn is aerated.


Allows oxygen, water and important nutrients to reach the root system.


Helps remove thatch (straw, reeds, palm leaves, or a similar material)

Necessary for growth and improves the health of your lawn.

This service is done by our own trained and insured employees using commercial grade aerators that we own and maintain.

Why you should care:

  1. Aeration de-compacts the soil, allowing roots to grow deeper and therefore improving survivability during times of drought.
  2. Allows water and fertilizers to better penetrate into the soil.
  3. Roots of spreading grasses are cut as the plugs are pulled allowing roots to spread in multiple directions

Resulting in a thicker, healthier lawn

"Not only are the weeds gone, but my yard has never looked better. Best of all their service is excellent and they are less expensive than the others.”

John, Birmingham, AL

"TurfMasters really impressed me. The lawn consultant was professional, knowledgable and not pushy. The actually came out less often than the other companies I talked to but apply more product and cost less.”

Tom, Spring Hill, TN

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