Lawn Aerators

Lawn Aerators

Lawn Aerator Products For Beautiful Green Grass All Year Round
 
Do you spend hours of time tending to your lawn and garden and still don’t see the results you’re looking for? Is mowing, fertilizing, and watering just not cutting it? While these basic lawn care practices are very important to the overall health of your lawn, you could be forgetting a key step in the process — lawn aeration. Aerating your lawn allows essential nutrients access to the soil beneath your grass, which in turn alleviates soil compaction and promotes the healthy growth of new grass.
 
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If you’ve struggled in the past with your efforts to create a beautiful and green lawn — the kind you see in Home & Garden magazines — Outsidepride.com is here to help. Outsidepride.com is the best online resource for all your lawn, garden, and fertilizer needs. Purchasing on our site is convenient, easy, and fast, especially if you have an account with us. Let us help you create the lawn you’ve always dreamed of with our premium selection of lawn aerator products that we have for sale today!
 
Lawn Aerator for Sale

Should You be Aerating Your Lawn?
One of the biggest questions we get here at Outsidepride.com is from homeowners asking if they should be aerating their lawn. Take a look at these statements below. If any of them apply to you, then you may be a perfect candidate for lawn aeration.
 
●     Your lawn is heavily used. This includes lots of pets and children frequently running around (which contributes to soil compaction).
●     Your home is newly constructed. Oftentimes in new homes, the lawn is stripped, and the grass is established on subsoil.
●     Your lawn dries out very easily and feels spongy. This could mean you have an excessive thatch problem.
●     Your lawn was established by sod and thus has a soil layering. Soil layering disrupts drainage and can lead to compacted conditions.
 
If you nodded your head to any of the above scenarios, it’s time to buy a lawn aerator.
 
When and How Often Should I Aerate?
Most homeowners can get away with annual aeration; however, if you fall into the category where your lawn is heavily used, twice a year is best.
 
In regards to when you should be aerating your lawn, the best time is when your grass is in its peak growing season. For cool season grasses, this will be early spring or fall; for warm-season grasses, this will be late spring to early summer.
 
When Do I Start Seeing Results?
After you’ve aerated your entire lawn with one of Outsidepride.com’s lawn aerator products for sale, you can expect to start seeing results in as little as 7 to 10 days. You will also be able to go longer periods of time between waterings and notice over time that your lawn is getting healthier and stronger every day.
 
Outsidepride.com has everything you need — from quality seeds to plant in your garden to lawn aerators for a vibrant and healthy yard. We are the seed and lawn experts and are proud to be your leading provider for all things lawn care! To begin revitalizing your yard and beautifying your property, contact us today!
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Lawn Sandal Aerator

Strap on our aerator sandals and take a walk around your yard! The rugged steel spikes open air passages to help get water, air, and nutrients down to the root zone. Loosen and aerate compacted turf and soil with these spiked sandal aerator shoes. 26 steel spikes, each 1 1/2 inch long. Work as you walk.

LazyMan Soil Doctor

LazyMan Soil Doctor with 10-3-6 fertilizerLazyMan Soil Doctor will Aerate, Dethatch, Fertilize, and Condition the soil for your lawn, flowers, vegetables, herbs, plants, etc.