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Akin to sod webworms (also known as lawn moth larvae), chinch bugs are very small bugs that feed on a variety of grasses. 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. That means now is the time to call the professionals at TruGreen in Carp and get the customized, timely and effective chinch bug control required to get your yard back in good shape. With proper irrigation, fertilization and insect control treatment — all backed by a science-based approach from TruGreen — you can make lawn pests a thing of the past.TruGreen: Your best defense against the pesky chinch bug
Now that spring has arrived, you’ll want to make the most of your outdoor areas by maintaining your land and landscape. At TruGreen®, we understand how difficult this work can be and it is only made worse by having to think about potential pest infestations. Fortunately, when critters start to move in on your green space, you can count on us to provide dependable chinch bug control in Carp. After all, our goal is to carry out effective solutions and treatments to get the better of chinch bugs and other problems.
TruGreen's specialists are your best defense when it comes to the kind of infestations that are common in Carp. If you begin to notice chinch bugs on your land and landscape or anywhere on your property, now is the perfect time to arrange professional chinch bug control instead of risking further damage with store-bought solutions. Talk to our highly trained specialists in Carp today and find out how they will inspect your green space, apply the right solution and return during 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, ants, cockroaches or rodents — some of which could end up in your home unless taken care of — or it could even be the emerald ash borer (EAB), which has caused extensive damage to ash trees all over North America. Fortunately, we're on hand to help should you begin seeing chinch bugs in your land and landscape.
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. So don't go it alone and risk further damage from your unwanted pests — speak to TruGreen about our guaranteed chinch bug control in Carp.
We also offer a wide range of services in addition to chinch bug control, including:
TruGreen will gladly visit your property as often as needed between scheduled visit to make any necessary adjustments and to ensure your satisfation