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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 Angus today and we’ll deliver the timely, targeted and effective chinch bug control you need to get your lawn back to normal. With professional irrigation, fertilization and treatment applications that are tailored to your lawn’s exact needs — and that take a science-based approach — you can enjoy a pest-free 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 know this all too well — and we appreciate that the job can be even tougher when you're faced with a pest infestation as well. Should you anticipate an infestation of chinch bugs, the first step is to learn more about our chinch bug control in Angus. After all, we're proud to offer a higher level of chinch bug control that destroys chinch bugs before they get to your land and landscape.
TruGreen's local experts are your first line of defense when it comes to taking on the worst pests in Angus. If chinch bugs have made themselves at home and are starting to wreak havoc on your land and landscape, you don't have to take them on single-handedly: you can enlist professional chinch bug control solutions instead. Contact our trained specialists in Angus, who will inspect your landscape, plan the right solution and schedule follow-up inspections to make sure your pest problem doesn't return.
The health and appearance of your land and landscape is under threat from various pests, diseases and other problems. 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, if you notice hoards of chinch bugs hanging around your home, covering plants or crawling on porches, we're on hand to help.
Preventing chinch bugs from spreading is actually very simple: all you need to do is reach out to the experts. In fact, taking on problem pests on your own can sometimes lead to compromised results — or even further damage — so make sure you turn to TruGreen for chinch bug control in Angus 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