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Core & Liquid Aeration Services

In McKinney, Frisco, Prosper, & Neighboring Texas Cities

Core & Liquid Aeration Services

Here at America’s Best Lawncare, lawn aeration is a crucial part of our weed control and fertilization services.  We aim to reduce the burden on clients’ shoulders when it comes to growing and nurturing a good-looking lawn through effective and affordable lawn aeration services. Using our extensive knowledge and expertise in lawncare, we want to help clients to proudly showcase their property while simultaneously increasing its overall value. For this reason, America’s Best Lawncare applies industry-latest lawn care techniques, using the finest products and backing it with unparalleled service. 

Should You Aerate Your Lawn?

Almost any lawn can benefit from aeration. Your lawn may be a good candidate if:

  • Heavy Use- Traffic from children, pets or guests parking on your lawn.

  • Newly constructed homes

  • Outdoor entertainment

  • Dries out easily and has a “spongy” feel- This could mean you have a thatch problem, which can be alleviated with aeration.

  • Your lawn was established by sod

What is the difference between the two services?

Core Aeration will have more of an immediate impact on your soil and the look of your grass. But, the effects are not very long lasting. The Liquid Aeration will have a less immediate impact on your soil, but the effects are longer lasting and cumulative, so your result gets better over time. However, no matter which route you choose to go, BOTH types of Aeration offer amazing results. 

Why Choose America’s Best Lawncare Aeration Service?

America’s Best Lawncare is fully capable of providing exceptional lawn aeration service for residential and commercial clients. We offer our lawn care services at competitive prices, giving your lawn a breath of new life without breaking the bank. Aeration is one of the most crucial treatments that you need to conduct and inspire the growth of a healthy, green, and lush lawn. When left ignored, the soil on your lawn compacts and the grass suffers from suffocation as it becomes unable to absorb what's needed. Through an effective lawn aeration strategy to manage thatch build-up and soil compaction; issues arising from ineffective lawn care is immediately resolved by our team of skilled lawn care technicians. 

Here at America’s Best Lawncare, we go above and beyond to help our clients grow the dream lawn that they’ve always wanted. The lawn care solutions that we use in aeration are just as important as the extensive training and skills of our lawn care crew. We use professional-grade equipment and tools to implement fast and effective aeration service at strategic times of the year. Through careful assessment and evaluation, our technicians will also diagnose your lawn and identify possible factors that contribute to a problematic lawn. Utilizing clear and honest communication lines, we offer clients cost-effective aeration service and other lawn care solutions that your lawn needs. 

Core Aeration

The main reason for aerating is to relieve soil compaction. Compacted soils have too many solid particles in a certain volume or space, preventing proper circulation of air, water and nutrients. When the soil becomes compacted, even slightly, it restricts the flow of vital nutrients that supports a thicker, healthier turf growth. A layer of compacted soil as thin as 1/4 to 1/2 inches thick can make a significant difference in the health and beauty of your lawn. We use a machine called a core aerator which removes 1” to 1 ½” plugs of soil from the turf area, creating an artificial system of large or noncapillary pores, allowing soil to absorb moisture and plant nutrients. This service also provides a breathing system through which carbon dioxide can escape from the soil and oxygen can enter the soil.


  • Improved air exchange between the soil and atmosphere.

  • Enhanced soil water uptake.

  • Improved fertilizer uptake and use.

  • Reduced water runoff and puddling.

  • Stronger turfgrass roots.

  • Reduced soil compaction.

  • Enhanced heat and drought stress tolerance.

  • Improved resiliency and cushioning.

  • Enhanced thatch breakdown.


Liquid Aeration

The latest aeration technique considered to be more effective than traditional core and spike aeration services. Liquid aeration involves the creation of small pores in the ground which in turn enables them to readily absorb water and minerals. Deep-rooted grass species and plants benefit from liquid aeration as it enhances water flow and permeates deep into various soil layers.


  • Is easier and faster to apply.

  • Penetrates the ground more thoroughly and loosens the soil deeper.

  • Assists in creating deeper and more dense roots, which can increase your lawn’s drought tolerance.

  • Has less of a direct impact on the soil and doesn’t leave plugs all over your lawn.

  • Covers a much larger surface area, including surfaces the lawn aerator can not access.

  • Becomes more effective with each application.


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