Get Rid Of Unwanted Pests

Your lawn is an important feature of your home. For one, it is one of the first things that people see when glancing at your house. If you have a dilapidated lawn area, overrun with insects, it may not make guests feel that your home is all that inviting. One way to fix this situation is by making sure that your lawn is in pristine condition that is completely free of any pests or other organisms. Pests are just that — pests; they’re annoying and can seem to serve no logical purpose to your lawn. For example, some insects and lawn crawlers are actually beneficial for your garden or lawn. It is unfortunate, however, when you have a collection of bugs that serve no purpose for your garden or even threatening to anyone walking across your property. For example, fire ants can be a huge problem for homeowners because they can inflict pain on passersby and multiply very quickly. If you have small children, you may feel that your child is in danger if they play out on your lawn. Never fear!
It is important to remember that your home includes your lawn. If you have any pests populating on your lawn, it is time to evict your unexpected tenants off of your property. Contact our business today to get any lawn pests that are keeping you from fully enjoying your lawn.

Most common pest culprits:


Flea and Ticks

Mosquito


Sod Webworms

Fire Ants


Chinch Bugs

Armyworm


Additional Pests:

Ants

Armyworms

Carpenter Ants

Caterpillar

Bees

Billbugs

Biting Flies

Black Cutworm

Boxelder Bugs

Centipedes

Chiggers

Chinch Bugs

Cicadas

Cockroaches

Crickets

Cutworms

Dichondra Flea Beetles

Earwigs

Elm Leaf Beetles

Firebrats

Fleas

Flies

Fire Ants

Gnats

Grasshoppers

Hornets

Japanese Beetles

Lady Beetles

Midges

Millipedes

Mosquitoes

Moths

Silverfish

Sod Webworms

Sowbugs

Spider Mites

Spiders (including Black Widow, Brown Recluse and Hobo Spiders)

Springtails

Stink Bugs

Ticks (including Brown Dog Ticks)

Vinegar (Fruit) Flies

Wasps

White flies

Yellow Jackets