The spiked lawn roller is a familiar site on golf courses, bowling greens and other establishments where a firm, well-drained grassy surface is required. This product is also in demand with homeowners, builders and developers wanting to aerate lawns and improve soil structure.
Q. What does a lawn roller do?
If you are compacting soil or newly sprouted lawn, a smooth lawn roller should be used. If you are rolling and aerating established areas such as football fields, cricket pitches and bowling greens, a spiked lawn roller is often the preferred option.
Q. How to spike a lawn?
This spiked lawn roller uses water-ballast for weight. When not filled, the lawn roller is transportable. Fill the roller with water to establish the desired weight for comfortable rolling and aerating on level or almost-level surfaces.
Q. What are the advantages of a spiked lawn roller?
Spiked lawn roller use will aerate the soil, allow micro-organisms to improve the soil, and help minerals become absorbed, resulting in a healthy, green lawn or playing field.