Professional Dethatching Solutions For Homes & Businesses
You may have heard the term "thatch" regarding lawn care. This term refers to the layer of organic matter and debris that accumulates on your lawn over time. Whether it be dead leaves, roots, grass blades, or other forms of debris, this matter builds up over time to create a layer of thatch.
While a certain amount of thatch can be beneficial in protecting your lawn, too much thatch mustn't build up. When the layer of thatch is too thick, the root zone of the plants can't receive the nutrients they need. Without access to these nutrients, your lawn suffers. That's why dethatching is an essential part of lawn maintenance. The best way to achieve a healthy lawn is to get help from a team of experienced landscaping professionals and schedule dethatching services as needed. The experts at DeRosa Landscaping are here to help. Here are some of the most common questions about our dethatching services.