Hamilton, ON chinch bug control
Much like the sod webworm (the larva of a lawn moth), the chinch bug is a tiny insect that feeds on blades of grass. These bugs aren’t easily seen, but the damage they create is visible; if you’ve begun to spot sunken, irregular or large brown patches in your grass, chinch bugs may be the culprit. That means now is the time to call the professionals at TruGreen in Hamilton and get the customized, timely and effective chinch bug control required to get your yard back in good shape. 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.
Fight back against the dreaded 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 sympathize because we understand how demanding landscaping can be, especially when there's also a pest infestation to worry about. Should you anticipate an infestation of chinch bugs, the first step is to learn more about our chinch bug control in Hamilton. After all, our goal is to carry out effective solutions and treatments to get the better of chinch bugs and other problems.
You can consider the lawn care experts at TruGreen as your first defense against chinch bugs. Should you begin seeing chinch bugs in your lawn and landscape, now is the time to seek out our professional chinch bug control rather than risk further damage by treating it yourself. Contact our trained specialists in Hamilton, who will inspect your landscape, plan the right solution and schedule follow-up inspections to make sure your pest problem doesn't return.
TruGreen: Dedicated to the health of your land and landscape
Various pests and diseases pose a threat to the health and appearance of your land and landscape. Your main issue could be grubs, caterpillars or the destructive emerald ash borer (EAB) — which has eradicated countless ash trees all over North America — or it might be pests that are known to move indoors when the conditions are right, including ants, cockroaches and even rodents. Fortunately, we're on hand to help should you begin seeing chinch bugs in your land and landscape.
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Preventing chinch bugs from spreading is actually very simple: all you need to do is reach out to 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 Hamilton.
We also offer a wide range of services in addition to chinch bug control, including:
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“Since we started using TruGreen a couple of years ago I have seen a real difference in the appearance of our yard, greener thicker grass and very few weeds. After wasting a lot of time and money trying to do my own lawn maintenance I believe that TruGreen is a very good value to our investment in our home. And we have recommended you to friend and neighbours. Thank You”
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“I've had the service for a year now and my lawn has never looked better. I am really impressed by how my lawn has improved over time. I will continue to use their service even when I move to my new residence next year.”
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“When I've had questions or needed additional service in a particular area, you returned and treated the problem area. Also, your service technicians have been courteous and helpful. If I see them, they tell me what they're doing and why, and if I don't see them, they always leave an explanation of what they did and why. So, I'm a satisfied customer.”