Encourage a Healthier, More Beautiful Yard
with Lawn Dethatching
Thatch is a dense mat, an accumulation of roots, stems, and grass clippings between the soil and the visible green vegetation. Thatch prevents the penetration of oxygen, fertilizers, and water from reaching into the soil where they are needed. Thatch also creates a breeding ground for fungus and turf-damaging insects. Every time you mow the lawn, more thatch builds up. This creates an even denser barrier to the nutrients your lawn needs. Lawn dethatching efficiently removes the thatch buildup, allowing oxygen, water, and nutrients to get to the root system.