Outdoor Pest Control
Mosquitos While we cannot guarantee you’ll never see another mosquito around your home, our service does provide great control allowing you to spend more time outdoors and less time worrying about the nuisance of mosquitoes. The products are very safe and effective for not only controlling mosquitoes, but also will help with fleas, ticks, spiders, and other pests. We use these products regularly around our home.
Flea & Tick Control
If you have pets, fleas and ticks can be a problem pest to control. Ticks can also cause human health problems including Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, Lyme Disease, and other tick-born diseases. Fleas and ticks can multiple rapidly and can infest pets, people, and even inside of your home. Our Flea & Tick Control lawn treatments can be applied at the same time as a regular lawn care fertilization treatment. Many homeowners have us add a granular insecticide treatment to their summer and early fall services for an additional fee. An added benefit to this is the control of other pests, such as ants and spiders.
Your lawn is part of the living outdoor environment. Like all other types of grass, landscape, shrubbery, or grassland, insects and bugs are simply just a part of balancing the natural ecology. Sometimes, however, insects can become pests that damage your lawn and prohibit healthy growth. When insects, bugs, or other pests become an issue, they can prevent your lawn from growing or could even cause lawn disease. Furthermore, when colonies reach big enough sizes, they can begin to enter your home and create further damages. Our Grub & Insect Control program provides better control, especially of grubs, but has no impact on bees, butterflies, and other pollinators. This product is effective with just one application, usually in April, and provides season-long control.
North America contains six different species of moles. Among these six, only three may be infiltrating the beauty of your yard. Although moles offer the positive service of insect control, they pose a greater threat to your lawn. Due to weather changes, moles and gophers seem to become increasingly more present. If you have moles and gophers compromising the beauty of your lawn, we can help!
Scheduling Your Treatments
If you have a special party or outdoor event, we recommend two treatments—one about 3 weeks before the event, and a follow-up treatment a few days before. The full program for season-long control consists of 4 treatments from late spring to early fall.