Over the years, our Texas lawns are put through the ringer. High heat, heavy foot and lawn mower traffic, and excess thatch take their toll on every lawn in Texas. Spring is a great time to get a head start on your lawn care, making sure your lawn starts the year off healthy. One of the best things to do for your lawn all year is utilizing an aeration service, specifically liquid aeration. If your lawn is made up of warm-season grasses, then late-spring or early summer is the best time to aerate your lawn. Here are a few tips on liquid aeration for your Texas lawn this spring.