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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. 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 Stoney Creek 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 TruGreen’s science-based methods — you can eliminate the chinch bug and go back to enjoying your yard.Fight back against the dreaded chinch bug
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 understand that outdoor work and garden chores are backbreaking enough without having to worry about pest infestations too. That's why we're here to provide the thoroughly dependable services you need when it comes to chinch bug control in Stoney Creek. 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's local experts are your first line of defense when it comes to taking on the worst pests in Stoney Creek. Should you notice chinch bugs in your lawn and landscape, now is the time to arrange chinch bug control rather than attempt to treat it yourself, which could result in plant damage or injury. Talk to our highly trained specialists in Stoney Creek 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 may be a problem with grubs, caterpillars or emerald ash borer (EAB), which are known to destroy ash trees all over North America — or it could even be the type of pests that eventually spread indoors, including 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 mystery to stopping chinch bugs while maintaining the beauty of your yard: all you have to do is 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 Stoney Creek that is guaranteed to work.
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