L awn surface insects can damage your lawn while also being a pest to you and your home. Chinch bugs can destroy a lawn in a matter of a few days. Billions of dollars of damage is done each year to lawns by Chinch Bugs. Chinch bugs suck the juices from your grass blades resulting in dry brown turfgrass that may or may not recover. The grass can be weakened so that it doesn’t recover after going through the winter.
Boxelder bugs are small red and black bugs that are attracted to Boxelder trees and will invade your home. They come in through holes in screens or doors left open and can be hard to remove from you home. Army worms come in late summer and just like their name, will move like an army through your lawn and eat your lawn. It will only take a day or two for a large group of armyworms to destroy your lawn. An increase of the number of birds in your yard may be an indication of armyworms or a large brown patch, especially coming from the edges of your lawn. Fire ants control can require additional services, but the surface insect program will deter them from your lawn so neighboring lawns are more inviting. Green Top Lawn’s Lawn Surface Insect Control is designed to provide the protection your home needs.
Lawn Surface Insect Control Plans
Our technicians will identify your lawn insects and determine the best strategy for controlling them. Take back your lawn and enjoy sitting outside or walking through your lawn without worrying about stepping on lawn insects. Your pets will also appreciate having an insect free lawn.
Our Lawn Surface Insect Control Services are applied to turfgrass around your home and in your lawn areas so you don’t need to be home for our technicians to do their job.
With Lawn Surface Insect Control, Your lawn Will Be Protected From:
- Chinch Bugs
- Army Worms
- Mole Crickets
- Boxelder bugs
- Fire Ants
- Clover mites
Call Green Top Lawn Care at 817-684-4044 or use our Contact form for a free, no-obligation evaluation and estimate or to learn more about Lawn Surface Insect Control!
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