Lawn Aeration Promote Your Business
Lawn Aeration
ProMatch
Directory
Cost Report
 

Will a lawn aerator damage underground utility lines?

Yes, it is possible
30%
No, it is highly unlikely
62%
Not sure
7%
Next Question
Question: Will a lawn aerator damage underground utility lines?
Top Answer (62% of 153 votes): No, it is highly unlikely.

Answer: No, it is highly unlikely
Explanation: A lawn aerator plugs at a depth of 3in only one utility line that may be hit is a cable line.
B- Sharp Property Maintenance
Answer: Yes, it is possible
Explanation: All lines in ground can be damaged by anything
Westfall landscaping
Answer: No, it is highly unlikely
Explanation: You don't dig into the ground deep enough to hit utility lines
Carolinas Finest Services
ProMatcher
Answer: No, it is highly unlikely
Explanation: most utility lines are buried and wont be damage but we are finding that cable lines
Cuyahoga Property Maintenance
Answer: No, it is highly unlikely
Explanation: Most lines are too deep for an aerator to damage, but it is possible.
All Star Clean Up
Answer: Yes, it is possible
Explanation: Any wiring not properly buried at the correct depth or marked can be damaged
Larry Pierce Lawn/Landscaping
ProMatcher
Answer: Yes, it is possible
Explanation: Yes it can. It is the customer’s responsibility to mark any utility with marker flags
Selena's Landscape, design & Tree Service, LLC
Answer: No, it is highly unlikely
Explanation: Power lines are below the depth of the aeration tines
TJB-INC Landscape & Drainage Contractor
Answer: Yes, it is possible
Explanation: it is possible if the cable or satellite company didn't bury their cable deep enough. I have seen this happen before. most plumbing and electrical should be safe though.
Carolina Lawn Worx
ProMatcher
Answer: No, it is highly unlikely
Explanation: Most of them lines are far enough in the ground so no worries.
Mom's Cleaning LLC
Answer: No, it is highly unlikely
Explanation: They should be deep however calling digsafe just in case is a good idea.
Coastal Care
Answer: No, it is highly unlikely
Explanation: All utilities except phone, satellite and cable are buried deep enough to not be damaged. Depending on how lazy the technician was the day the other services were buried will determine if they were buried deep enough to not be damaged by the machine.
Backyard Boys Enterprise, LLC
ProMatcher
Answer: No, it is highly unlikely
Explanation: it is possible but not probable
Money$ Worth Lawn Maintenance
Answer: Yes, it is possible
Explanation: precisely because the fence electric wire is buried to 3 "and pins of the aerator machine can damage the wire,only in cases where the electric fence is buried to more than 3" of depth, the cable not be damaged
Fidel Romero Landscape
Answer: Yes, it is possible
Explanation: Cable lines are usually buried 2-3 inches below the sod, and contact can be made. However, if you call 811 they will come out and mark the lines for you.
Salinas Lawn Services
ProMatcher
Answer: No, it is highly unlikely
Explanation: not so
chesapeake bay landscaping
Answer: No, it is highly unlikely
Explanation: Don't know of it ever happening before.
Newburgh Lawn & Landscape
Answer: Yes, it is possible
Explanation: www.smartscapejax.com
SmartScape Lawn & Landscape
ProMatcher
Answer: No, it is highly unlikely
Explanation: depend how low or high they are buried
vetorinos landscaping and irrigation,llc
Answer: No, it is highly unlikely
Explanation: Because of the depth that utility lines are buried it is highly unlikely.
KIncaid's Landscaping & Lawn Care
Answer: No, it is highly unlikely
Explanation: I have been doin this for 16 years and never seen or heard of that
EJs Lawncare
ProMatcher
Answer: No, it is highly unlikely
Explanation: This should not happen. However we have experienced this with telephone and cable that was installed improperly.
Fall Guys LLC
Answer: No, it is highly unlikely
Explanation: underground utility lines are buried deep enough that aeration will not strike them
Meticulous Lawn Care & Home Improvement
Answer: Yes, it is possible
Explanation: If the line would not be buried over 3 inches deep
Tuberville Property Maintenance
ProMatcher
Answer: No, it is highly unlikely
Explanation: Utility line are much deeper than what a core will penetrate.
Green Keeper Ohio lawn care
Answer: No, it is highly unlikely
Explanation: It does not go deep enough
Ideal Lawns
Answer: Yes, it is possible
Explanation: it all depends on how deep they are
Keisler Contractors LLC
ProMatcher
Answer: Not sure
Explanation: Not sure.
Culver Property Preservation
Answer: Yes, it is possible
Explanation: If the utility companies didn't bury the lines properly than yes. Most of the time it's a lazy cable company that just puts lines just under the soil.
C & R Mowing LLC
Answer: No, it is highly unlikely
Explanation: Aerating tins go in the ground about 3 to 4 inches. Utilities are buried much deeper.
GrassHoppers Lawn Enforcement LLC
ProMatcher
Answer: Yes, it is possible
Explanation: Shallow lines can be penetrated
Diamond Cut Lawn & Landscape LLC
Answer: No, it is highly unlikely
Explanation: The proscribed burial depths for utility service lines are far beyond the depth of aeration cores. On a couple occasions I have know a cable line to be left shallow.
Good Natured by Design
Answer: No, it is highly unlikely
Explanation: utility lines should be more than 6 inches under ground so nothing should be destroyed
Quality Grounds Management
ProMatcher
Next Question
Find Local Pros
Free Lawn Aeration Cost Estimates

Related Questions

How Much Does Lawn Aeration Cost?

Do clay soils need to be aerated more frequently than sandy soils?Top answer: Yes

How important is it to pull weeds before aerating a lawn?Top answer: Not important

Lawn aeration is more important in colder climates than warmer climates.Top answer: False

Lawn aeration helps to stimulate the growth of grass.Top answer: True

Related Topics

Lawn Aeration


Free Cost Estimates   |   Lawn Aeration Services Directory   |   Lawn Aeration Cost Report   |   Free Business Listing



Home   |   Articles & Videos   |   Affiliates   |   Networking Groups   |   Search by Category

Terms of Use   |   Privacy   |   About Us   |   Contact Us   |   Member Login

©2003-2018 - VentureStreet, LLC

Join Our Business Network