Bare patches on your lawn can be quite the eyesore. Our team at A+ Lawn & Landscape offers an overseeding service that will fill in bare spots on your lawn and make it beautiful. We provide this service to property owners in Des Moines, West Des Moines, Ankeny, and surrounding areas in Iowa. For our overseeding service, we use a seed spreader to distribute grass seeds evenly over your lawn. Our team utilizes cool-season grass seeds because this grass type tends to thrive here in Iowa. We also pair our overseeding service with aeration to ensure that you receive the best results possible. Give us a call today at (515) 289-2020 to sign up for our overseeding service!
Overseeding is a straightforward way to fill in any bare spots on your lawn without having to tear up your turf or your soil. In order to overseed your lawn, our team will plant new grass across your existing turf. We do this by spreading our premium mix of cool-season grass seeds over your entire property. We use a seed spreader to make sure that all the grass seeds are spread evenly across your lawn. These seeds will grow and fill in any bare or patchy areas of your lawn, giving you a dense and lush lawn.
The most common grass type found here in Iowa is cool-season grass. Cool-season grasses include Kentucky bluegrass, tall fescue, and perennial ryegrass. This type of grass gets its name from the fact that it tends to thrive when temperatures are between 60 and 75 degrees Fahrenheit. That means that the spring and fall seasons in Iowa provide the perfect environment for cool-season grasses to grow. For this reason, our team utilizes cool-season grass seeds when we overseed your lawn to ensure that your new grass will take root quickly and grow successfully.
At A+ Lawn & Landscape, we only offer our overseeding service directly after core aeration. This is because pairing overseeding with aeration offers many benefits for your lawn. During our aeration service, we use an aerator machine to remove small cores of soil with the goal of loosening up compacted soil. If you overseed your lawn directly after aerating it, the new grass seeds that are spread over your property will fall into the small holes left behind during aeration. This gives your new grass seeds a better chance of successfully germinating and establishing root systems. Aeration can also remove thatch buildup which can help your new grass seeds germinate as well. All in all, following an aeration treatment with overseeding is a lot more beneficial for your lawn than just overseeding.
We recommend scheduling our overseeding service in the early fall because it provides the perfect environment for your grass seeds to successfully take root.
Here at A+ Lawn & Landscape, we have proudly served property owners in Des Moines, West Des Moines, Ankeny, and nearby communities in Iowa since 1988. Our lawn care experts pride themselves on providing our customers with the best possible service. If you are interested in upgrading your lawn, give us a call at (515) 289-2020 to schedule our overseeding service today! We look forward to working with you to help you create a beautiful and lush lawn that you'll absolutely love!