Overseeding adds new grass seed to your lawn. Grass seed can thicken existing turf or repair areas that have been damaged due to drought, disease, insects, or construction. We have several options on how we can overseed with varying degrees of cost and thoroughness.

We do our seeding in late summer / fall when the temperatures begin to fall and rain becomes more consistent. Fall seeding increases germination rates and allows the young grass to develop before winter and mature the following spring prior to summer drought.

Dormant seeding in late November / December allows grass seed to work itself into the soil over the winter and be ready to germinate as soon as the conditions allow in the spring.

We offer 3 types of seeding:

  • Broadcast Seed
  • Aeration with drop seeding
  • Slit Seeding