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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. Due to their tiny size, chinch bugs are very often hard to spot, but the evidence of their presence can become easy to see; if you’ve noticed large, sunken or irregular brown patches on your lawn, you may have a chinch bug infestation. That means now is the time to call the professionals at TruGreen in Midhurst and get the customized, timely and effective chinch bug control required to get your yard back in good shape. 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.Get rid of chinch bugs and love your lawn again
You have to work hard to maintain the look and health of your land and landscape, a task which can be strenuous and often difficult. 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 suspect that chinch bugs are spreading throughout your land and landscape, you can turn to us for professional chinch bug control in Midhurst. In fact, we're the only name you need to know when you're in need of quality chinch bug control that eliminates chinch bugs and prevents their return.
You can consider the lawn care experts at TruGreen as your first defense against chinch bugs. 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. Find out how our trained experts in Midhurst will inspect your greenery, determine the right solution and return for follow-up inspections throughout the season.
There are several types of insects that infest land and landscape causing damage and compromising the health of your landscape. Lawn, tree and shrub damage could be the result of growing grub and caterpillar populations, while ash tree damage could indicate the presence of the emerald ash borer (EAB), which causes devastation all over North America. There are even pests that are known to end up indoors if left to thrive, such as rodents, ants, cockroaches and spiders. Fortunately, you can rest easy knowing we're on hand to help should the signs of infestation start to show.
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 Midhurst.
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 visits to make any necessary adjustments and to ensure your satisfaction