Moss usually appears as coarse, loose green or yellow tufts between the grass. It provides the grass with a very uneven colour and surface and makes the ground feel very spongy to walk on.
It actively competes against grass for growing space and depending on conditions it may well win which will leave your lawn with brown dead patches when it dies off in the summer.
Some of the causes of the problem are mowing too close and mowing infrequently as well as poor drainage and shady areas.
Once the moss has been removed, the lawn will need some help to recover. Aeration and fertilisation with some overseeding will keep the moss at bay and provide the lush green lawn you want.
The green waste which is removed from the garden normally goes for composting but the moss is spread in the wood as it is ideal nesting material for birds.
Don't forget to share with your friends and family who may need some garden assistance.