Green Grass Loves a Good Power Rake
Reducing the boundary layer of thatch improves nutrient and water accessibility resulting in greener, healthier grass.
Improve Lawn Drainage
Rain and sprinkler water are better able to reach the soil after a power rake has reduced the thatch layer.
Save Time & Money
Using a manual thatching rake can take hours… and a toll on your back! Let us take care of it for you!
For a Thick, Healthy Lawn
Your lawn will spring to life after a power rake improves nutrient and water accessibility. You’ll be the greenest on the block!
Take it a Step Further And Add a Core Aeration
Combined with a power rake, a core aeration greatly improves soil accessibility & water drainage.
The layer of thatch that your lawn develops can rob it of vital nutrients
Thatch is the compact layer of dead grass, dirt, debris, and whatever else found its way on to your lawn. It acts like a “skin”, preventing water, nutrients, and oxygen from reaching the soil.
A core aeration ups the ante!
If you’re serious about improving your lawn health, combining a power rake with a core aeration is a great way to do it.
Relax, Enjoy: We’ll Get That For You!
Frequently Asked Questions About Power Raking
A power rake is a great service that is sure to benefit your lawn. If you have questions about power raking (or how we do it), please give us a call- we’re here to help!
This time minimizes stress to the grass and ensures a great green result!
Take a shovel and remove a small section of your grass. If the thatch layer – that layer of dead grass/debris that sits on top of the soil – is more than 3/4″ thick, you will benefit from a power rake.