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Landzie & Ryan Knorr Lawn Leveling Rake

Landzie & Ryan Knorr Lawn Leveling Rake


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Landzie has partnered with Ryan Knorr Lawn Care to bring you this 36″ wide lawn level.  It comes with a 72″ handle and can be broken down for easy storage.  Powder coated high quality construction makes for a superior finish, and the durable quality you have come to expect from the Landzie name.

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Landzie & Ryan Knorr Lawn Care Lawn Level

The Landzie Lawn Leveling Rake, created in collaboration with YouTube Star Ryan Knorr, is a must-have in your tool shed or garage this season. The Landzie yard rake stays flat against the surface of your lawn and levels the soil more quickly and effectively compared to other lawn leveling tools on the market. Landzie makes it easy for you to maintain a level, beautiful lawn while conserving your time and energy. Lawn care will never be the same again.

The Best Lawn Leveling Rake

Landzie USA understands your lawn care needs and constructs the best tools for the job. Our team of dedicated lawn care experts design and manufacture only the strongest and most durable tools that will last for years to come. The Landzie Lawn Leveler is no exception; it’s built with powder-coated, durable steel to withstand even the toughest of jobs. The head-to-pole connection is fortified to withstand harsh surfaces and clumpy material that need leveling.

Get Any Lawn Leveling Job Done Quickly

Unlike a plain rake or small leveler, the Landzie Lawn Level is equipped with an enormous 36-inch wide leveling head that enables you to quickly cover large surface areas and produce a level, lush lawn in a short amount of time. The extended, 72-inch long handle is designed for maneuverability, easy storage, and comfortable handling of the equipment. Use our premium lawn leveling rake with the Landzie Spreader and the Landzie Fork Aerator for a lush and level lawn this season.

Easy Assembly and Storage of Your Lawn Level

Landzie tools are designed for quick and easy assembly, having you ready to work in seconds. We make it easy and straight forward to assemble, disassemble, and store tools when not in use. Simply connect the rake head to the bottom pole, then easily screw in the top pole, and you are good to go. Once ready to disassemble, simply unscrew the poles and detach the the rake head. The poles can be stored on the back slots along the back of the rake head.

The Landzie Product Guarantee

Here at Landzie, nothing comes before our customers. Since day 1, we’ve built our entire business with you, our customer, in mind. We guarantee 100% satisfaction for every purchase and will work rigorously to achieve that goal. Landzie products are designed to the highest standards in the industry, ensuring you are getting top-quality items at an affordable price. When purchasing from Landzie, rest assured knowing that we’ve got you covered!

Lawn Leveling Rake Features

  • Extra Large, 36″ Wide Base
  • Long, 72″ Handle
  • Easy Assembly
  • Durable, Long-Lasting Construction
  • Comfort-Grip Handle for Longer Spreading
  • The sturdy, two-piece pole stays in place and does not bend
  • Welded Steel with Powder Coat Finish
  • Weight: 10 lbs
  • Dimensions: 36″ L x 10″ W x 72″ H
Lawn Leveling Rake by Landzie - Built To Get The Job Done

Level Sand with Your Lawn Leveling Rake

Sand is used as a topdressing on the greens of many golf courses due to its ability to fill holes in the turf grass and provide smoother and truer putts. Sand firms up the grass, protecting it against damage and speeding up recovery, especially in areas of high foot traffic. It also improves drainage and root aeration, helping prevent puddling caused by heavy rain.

4 Easy Steps For Lawn Leveling

1. Assemble Your Lawn Level

Landzie makes leveling quick and effortless by specially designing our products for easy assembly that has you ready to go in seconds.

Stop wasting time with poorly written instructions and difficult-to-assemble products and start getting things done the Landzie way!

2. Level The Ground Perfectly Flat

Use your Landzie Lawn Leveling Rake to flatten the ground before planting new grass seed.

Save time and flatten wide areas easily by moving your level in a forward and backward motion to flatten across a wide surface area.

3. Spread Seeds and Topdressing

If you own a Landzie Spreader, this step is a breeze.

Distribute grass seed on your lawn and then use your Landzie Spreader to apply topdressing.

4. Watch Your Yard Flourish!

Have the lawn you’ve always desired.

Your Landzie Lawn Level creates a flat, smooth, and healthy lawn that will make your yard the talk of the town this season!

Lawn Leveling Rake Guide

Lawn leveling is a practice that removes high points and fills in low points on a lawn to leave it smooth and even. A level lawn is not only more aesthetically pleasing, but it also has many practical benefits. An even surface is easier to mow and maintain and also ensures better drainage. A lawn with deep depressions may start to hold puddles of water which can kill grass and attract mosquitoes. Lastly, an uneven lawn can pose a safety hazard; bumps or dips in a lawn may be concealed by grass and thus can cause trips and falls. Thus, leveling a lawn can improve your lawn’s looks and health while also providing a safer environment for children and landscapers alike.

When To Level Your Lawn

The best time to level a lawn is in mid to late spring when the grass is coming out of its dormancy. Early autumn is also a popular time to level. It is best to wait for a time when the lawn’s soil is not wet and the grass is actively growing. A dyer soil will help tools glide over the lawn, and active grass growth will allow the lawn time to fill in any small patches that the leveling process may leave behind.

Lawn Leveling Equipment

Although you may find that hiring a lawn care service best suits your needs, it is also possible to level a lawn yourself. Note that a perfectly level lawn will not be achieved in one session. Rather, it will take multiple treatments over a period of time. There are many tools that can be used for ground leveling, such as tillers or a simple flathead shovel. One of the most popular is simply called a ‘lawn level’ or a ‘lawn leveling rake’. These help to push a mixture of sand and soil into low spots while keeping the top completely even with the rest of the lawn.

In order to span more dips, we recommend The Landzie & Ryan Knorr Lawn Care Lawn Level. This lawn level is 36” wide with a 72” handle, which breaks down into two parts for storage. The powder-coated and durable construction easily spreads mix or topsoil over lawns for a smoother finish. In addition to your leveling rake, other equipment will be needed for assessing your lawn, such as a level or string, as well as a wheelbarrow or bucket for transporting materials.

All about Lawn Leveling Rakes

Although you can use other tools to level a lawn, many of them require more physical labor than a lawn leveling rake and do not yield the same smooth results. Because all lawn leveling rakes (including the collaboration between Landzie and Ryan Knorr) have grates, it allows the material to be pushed down between the blades of grass while staying level. Furthermore, because of these grates, only very fine material will be left in depressions. Larger particles like twigs or pebbles, which can smother grass, will be pushed along by the grates and are easily removed.

A Quick How-To

Using a lawn level is quite simple. You need only the level itself, material for filling dips, and a vessel to hold that material. The material for filling these lawn depressions varies depending on your goals. Typically, they are a mix of fine sand and organic material, such as soil, fertilizer, or compost. While some only use topsoil to level, others use only sand to achieve a more perfect level. It is important to note that only using sand will not have the nutrients present in organic material.

To begin using the leveling rake, put down the material over the part of your lawn you wish to smoothen. You do not need to be too precise at this step; the rake will help to spread the material evenly. Push the lawn level across the material to fill the dip. Lawn levels will work best on dips that are less than an inch deep. Deeper depressions filled with sand will become unstable. Continue grating the material back and forth into the lawn until it spans your desired area. It will most likely take a few passes in order for the material to settle completely.

Notes on Leveling Your Lawn

In order to plan your project, it is best to have as much knowledge as you can. Lawn leveling rakes work best for evening out shallow dips to get that ‘golf course’ look. Large ruts and mounds will need different care. For a more complete guide, keep reading below.

Not only is a level lawn important for aesthetic reasons, but it also keeps lawns safer, easier to maintain, and free from pooling. It is not uncommon for yards to become bumpier over time due to harsh frosts or improper grading. This can lead to tripping, scalping the grass, and unevenness when mowing. Many choose to level their lawns to combat these issues and achieve a beautiful yard. Although you may choose to hire lawn care professionals to level your lawn, it can also be done on your own with a few pieces of equipment.

Why Lawns Become Bumpy

Lawns that are clay-heavy or especially moist often become uneven after freezing in the winter. Such lawns will benefit from topsoil or compost, improving their aeration. A lawn may also become lumpy over time due to constant foot traffic, drainage issues, or animals digging and burrowing. Erosion due to sprinkler systems or harsh weather also is a common cause. Identifying the cause of your lawn’s unevenness as well as aerating the soil regularly can help to prevent it in the future.

Lawn Leveling Equipment and Material

You may need different tools depending on the type of unevenness you are trying to tackle. A lawn leveling rake is ideal for smoothing out depressions but will not be effective for large mounds. In the case of mounds, you may find a lawn roller to be useful. However, if the mound is compacted, it will likely need to be removed manually with the use of a spade. Additionally, you may find a wheelbarrow and shovel useful during any lawn leveling project.

In terms of material, it generally comes down to personal preference. Almost all leveling uses a mixture of fine sand and organic material, such as peat moss or topsoil. The fine sand fills dips evenly while the organic material helps feed the grass. Although many find a 2:3 ratio of soil and sand to be helpful, others prefer to forgo the organic material entirely and use only sand. Many golf courses only use sand to achieve the smoothest finish. Combine any material and mix thoroughly before beginning your project. Additionally, no matter what material you choose, make sure that it is completely dry before using it to avoid any clumps.

If Your Lawn Has Shallow Dips

If you are planning to level out shallow dips, you must first assess your lawn. This can be done with string or a plank of wood. Lay the plank of wood down or pull the string taut against the ground. The flat edge will show any unevenness in your lawn. Run the wood or string along your entire lawn to see the places that need to be leveled.

To begin filling in dips that are less than an inch deep, you should first start with a lawn that has been mowed very short. If lots of thatch has accumulated, you may also need to dethatch. This will ensure that your mix will settle properly. To begin using the leveling rake, apply the material over the part of your lawn you wish to smoothen. You do not need to be too precise at this step; the rake will help to spread the material evenly. Push the lawn level across the material to fill the dip. Continue grating the material back and forth into the lawn until it spans your desired area. It will most likely take a few passes in order for the material to settle completely.

If You Lawn Has Deep Ruts

Deeper indentations or large sunken areas will require more attention. If the dip is so deep that reseeding is necessary, you may consider first removing the patch of grass with a spade. Then the material will need to be placed in the rut by hand. Material high in sand will be too unstable, so your mix should be no more than one part sand for every part of organic matter. Additionally, mixing with compost or peat will encourage the growth of any new seeds. Once the mix has been applied, you can go in with your leveling rake to flatten it completely. Afterward, if the mix you used was very aerated, you can compress it lightly to keep it in place. Reapply material if needed.

If Your Lawn Has Mounds

In the event of a mound in your yard, you should first assess it. Many ground-dwelling species make large but shallow mounds as the entrance to their nest. If it is indeed an ant hill, earthworm tunnel, or chipmunk nest, you may consider leaving it alone. Alternatively, if the animals are part of a large infestation, an exterminator may be in order.

If the mound is made up only of dirt, the first thing to consider is the use of a lawn roller, a large cylinder that compresses mounds to leave them flat. To use this, the mound should be wetted first and let soak for at least twenty minutes. This will allow the soil to soften and become easier to flatten. Many also find aerating the mound beforehand to be beneficial. Once you have prepped, push the roller back and forth over the desired area until flat. However, for very large or dense mounds, a roller may end up compacting the soil even further making it difficult for grass and plants to grow. For times when a roller cannot be used, the mound must be removed manually with a spade. All the compacted soil will have to be removed and seeds will need to be replanted.

Before and After Care

Caring for your lawn before and after you level it will leave you with even better results. About a week beforehand, you can dress your lawn with a high nitrogen fertilizer to encourage grass growth. About half a pound for every thousand square feet is ideal for helping your grass recover. Also, be sure to water your lawn thoroughly after leveling. This will help the material settle into the grass. Consider aerating your lawn in the future to avoid new bumps. Lastly, continue to evaluate your lawn for unevenness. Leveling is an ongoing process over multiple seasons, so tweaks and adjustments are encouraged.

Landzie & Ryan Knorr Lawn Leveling Rake Product Reviews

Mitchell’s Lawn Care LLC uses the Landzie & Ryan Knorr Lawn Leveling Rake

“ROUGH lawn fixed with TOP SOIL & Landzie Lawn Level! Screened topsoil is an excellent choice for fixing rough places in a lawn. Tune in to see me use my Yanmar SA424 and the 36″ Landzie Lawn Level to fix this homeowner’s lawn.” – Mitchell’s Lawn Care LLC

Additional information

Weight 9 lbs
Dimensions 37 × 13 × 2 in


2 reviews for Landzie & Ryan Knorr Lawn Leveling Rake

  1. Tim Brown

    The 36″ Landzie Lawn Leveling Rake has over 75 5-STAR reviews on Amazon –

  2. Antje

    I was really happy with how well this worked right out of the box. The 30″ width was really helpful in evening out the ground, and it wasn’t as heavy as I thought it would be.

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