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Similar to sod webworms (the larvae of lawn months), chinch bugs are tiny bugs that feed on 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. But don’t let a small infestation become a total takeover: call TruGreen in Ingersoll today and get the prompt, personalized and effective chinch bug control you need to achieve a healthy lawn again. 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.Get rid of chinch bugs and love your lawn again
It can be quite a challenge to maintain the health and appearance of your land and landscape. At TruGreen®, we appreciate that the various aspects of landscaping are already time- and energy-intensive without having to worry about a pest infestation too. Fortunately, when critters start to move in on your green space, you can count on us to provide dependable chinch bug control in Ingersoll. In fact, we're your go-to source for quality chinch bug control that quickly gets the better of problem chinch bugs and ensures they don't return to continue damaging your land and landscape.
TruGreen specialists know how to defend Ingersoll lawns and landscapes against the kind of infestations that are common in the local area. If chinch bugs have started to establish themselves on your land and landscape, don't respond with store-bought contraptions: seek out professional chinch bug control solutions. Contact our trained service experts in Ingersoll, who will inspect your problem, apply the right remedy and follow up throughout the season for further inspections and treatments.
The health and appearance of your land and landscape is under threat from various pests, diseases and other problems. It could be grubs and caterpillars, which damage green spaces, or it could be the emerald ash borer (EAB), which devastates ash trees all over North America. It may even be pests that are known to spread indoors, such as ants, cockroaches, rodents and spiders. 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 risk the compromised results that come from taking matters into your own hands — turn to TruGreen for chinch bug control in Ingersoll that is guaranteed to work.
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TruGreen will gladly visit your property as often as needed between scheduled visits to make any necessary adjustments and to ensure your satisfaction