Pest & Grub Control

Pest Control

Pest & Grub ControlOur 4 Step Pest Control Program provides MAXIMUM defense against spiders, ants, fleas, earwigs and many more unpleasant insects BEFORE they enter your home. Start protecting your family now!

We can also protect your landscape and shrubs around your home from insect damage.

Perimeter Pest Control

Our program provides an insect shield that helps prevent unhealthy pests from entering your home, thus protecting your family and pets. When insects come in contact with the shield they are stopped DEAD!

This product is safe – so safe it can be used indoors.

We will apply an insect spray band 3 to 4 feet around the foundation and 2 feet up the foundation wall of your home.

The standard timing of the Perimeter Pest Control applications are Spring, Early Summer, Late Summer and Fall. Applications can be started any time. Give us a call today!

Grub Control

Pest & Grub ControlGrubs naturally occur in lawns, but it’s identifying 2 or more in a square foot that determines an infestation, which usually occurs during the months of July and August. Brown spots appear in the lawn and the turf is easily lifted back, like carpet. Take a proactive approach with our Preventative Grub Control and prevent the damaging effects of grubs and other turf inhabiting pests by killing them at their egg stage BEFORE the damage occurs. We use a systemic insecticide that is applied to the lawn and is absorbed by the grass roots and distributed throughout the plant tissue for optimal defense. This insecticide will help protect your lawn from the damaging brown spots that grubs and other turf pests cause in the late summer months. It will be applied towards the end of May.

In situations where the Preventative Grub Control was not applied, and a grub infestation is identified, we can apply a different grub control to control the problem. It is a granular application that needs to be watered in heavily for best performance. It is labeled to kill, among other underground insects, grubs, sod webworms, and billbug larvae. Any grub damaged areas will likely need to be reseeded to become established again.