Core aeration, spike and liquid aeration are the most common methods used on lawns nowadays. The first one, core aeration, is the most famous ones, being used for heavily compacted earth.

For treatments, spike aeration method is used as it guarantees an optimal absorption. Finally, the best method to cover the entire lawn, liquid aeration method is most common.

Aeration is one of the most important processes you must take into consideration when looking for lawn improvement as it guarantees the health of your lawn.

See below a checklist of how to maintain your lawn healthy:

Sow new seed over diminished regions, or pick other ground covers for predicaments.
Water your grass profoundly to advance the development of deep roots. Apply about 2.5 centimeters (1 inch) of water, just when required (generally close to one time per week). Spot a little pet food or fish can on the yard to help you measure how much water has been applied. Quit watering when the can is full. An excess of water keeps the dirt from oxygen and welcomes infection.
Check your grass frequently to distinguish bothers and different issues early.
Aerate compacted soil, preferably in the fall. This aides water, air, and supplements arrive at plant roots all the more without any problem.
Feed your yard with fertilizer. Let grass clippings stay on your yard to give nutrients
Replace grass with clearing stones or mulch in hefty rush hour gridlock regions.