Liquid aeration is the process of creating pathways in the soil to allow air, sunshine, water, and nutrients to access the soil. Aeration can help your lawn’s roots get deeper and your soil to get healthier. In this blog, you’ll learn a bit about liquid aeration and the benefits of the process!

When & Why You Should Aerate Your Lawn

Regardless of the time of year, liquid aeration helps you to handle drought conditions because water can get through to your deeper levels of soil. Depending on where you live, you could qualify for a rebate on lawn aeration from your city. You’ll have a healthier lawn and more money in your pocketbook! That’s what we call a win-win.

For warm season grasses, like those you find in Texas, you should aerate in the late spring or early summer.

  • Bermuda
  • St. Augustine
  • Zoysiagrass

Cold season grasses should be aerated in late summer or early fall.

  • Fescue
  • Wheatgrass
  • Texas Bluegrass

How often should you aerate your lawn?

The best time to aerate your lawn varies depending on the type of soil and grass you have. Since liquid aeration is so important for clay soil it should be rated twice a year; once in the spring and once in the fall. Sandy soil should be aerated once a year, either in the spring or the fall.

More About the Rebate

Here’s how it could look:

  1. Emerald Lawns provides you with lawn aeration and give you a receipt
  2. You take photos of the completed work and turn in the application, receipts, and photos
  3. Lastly, await your $50 rebate (and make plans to treat yourself to dinner when you receive it!)

Check out a list we put together of local cities that offer rebates for aeration. We’ve linked to the rebate pages in blue.

Aqua Texas (Barton Creek Lakeside Utilities)
Aqua Texas (Rivercrest Water System)
Buena Vista Water System
City of Burnet
City of Cedar Park
City of Cottonwood Shores
City of Granite Shoals
City of Horseshoe Bay
City of Lago Vista
City of Leander
City of Marble Falls
City of Pflugerville
Corix Utilities
Dripping Springs Water Supply Corporation
Hays County WCID #1
Hays County WCID #2
Reunion Ranch WCID
Hidden Valley Subdivision Cooperative
Hidden Valley Subdivision Cooperative
Hurst Creek MUD
Hurst Creek MUD
Hurst Creek MUD
Inverness Point Water System
Jonestown Water Supply Corporation
Kingsland Water Supply Corporation
Lakeway MUD #1
Lazy Nine MUD 1-A
Llano County MUD #1
Loop 360 Water Supply Corporation
Pecan Utilities Company
Peninsula Bluffs
PK-RE Development Company
Sail Haven Water System
Senna Hills MUD
Travis County MUD #10
Travis County MUD #12
Travis County MUD #18
Travis County MUD #4
Travis County WCID #17
Travis County WCID #18
Travis County WCID #18
Travis County WCID #20
Travis County WCID Point Venture
Village of Briarcliff
West Travis County PUA
Windermere Oaks Water Supply Corporation

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