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Much like the sod webworm (the larva of a lawn moth), the chinch bug is a tiny insect that feeds on blades of grass. Their small size makes them difficult to detect, but the damage they cause is evident; if you’ve started to notice sunken, large or irregular brown patches in your yard, you may have chinch bugs hiding in your lawn. But don’t wait until a major takeover occurs: contact TruGreen in Acton today and we’ll deliver the timely, targeted and effective chinch bug control you need to get your lawn back to normal. With the right irrigation, fertilization and pest control application at the right time — all backed by science-based methods from TruGreen — you can eliminate the chinch bug and go back to enjoying your yard.TruGreen: Your best defense against the pesky chinch bug
It isn't always easy keeping your land and landscape in the best possible condition. At TruGreen®, we sympathize because we understand how demanding landscaping can be, especially when there's also a pest infestation to worry about. That's why we're here to provide the thoroughly dependable services you need when it comes to chinch bug control in Acton. After all, our goal is to carry out effective solutions and treatments to get the better of chinch bugs and other problems.
TruGreen specialists know how to defend Acton lawns and landscapes against the kind of infestations that are common in the local area. Should you notice chinch bugs in your lawn and landscape, now is the time to arrange chinch bug control rather than attempt to treat it yourself, which could result in plant damage or injury. Our skilled service personnel in Acton, who have cared for residential landscapes for years, will apply the appropriate remedy and follow up throughout the season for further inspection and treatment.
There are several insects, pests and diseases that can cause severe damage to your land and landscape. It could be grubs, caterpillars or pests that are known to spread indoors if left untreated — including ants, cockroaches, rodents and spiders — or it could even be emerald ash borer (EAB), which devastates ash tree populations all over North America. Fortunately, we're on hand to help should you start to notice the signs of infestation.
There's no secret to stopping the spread of chinch bugs while protecting your lawn and yard: you simply need to call in the experts. Don't take matters into your own hands and risk further damage to your green spaces — turn to TruGreen for chinch bug control in Acton with guaranteed results.
In addition to chinch bug control, other lawn care services in our program include:
TruGreen will gladly visit your property as often as needed between scheduled visit to make any necessary adjustments and to ensure your satisfation