Grub Control
Grub Control

What are grubs? Grubs are small, c-shaped white larvae that can wreak havoc on your lawn. They live below the lawn beneath the soil’s surface feeding on grass roots and organic matter in the soil, causing areas of grass to die off. Grub damage can appear in two ways: small irregular patches of the lawn can appear brown, while large patches of the lawn will easily pull up in chunks. Grub damage typically appears from mid-September to November.

The best way to treat for grubs in your lawn is to prevent them from taking hold in the first place. To do this, we offer a guaranteed preventive grub control that we apply in the Spring – early Summer for season-long control. If your lawn is already experiencing damage from grubs, then a reactive grub treatment that targets the grubs feeding on the roots of your grass is the only option.

Benefits of a Grub Preventative

Experiencing grub damage in the lawn is inconvenient and creates additional costs in the form of lawn repair and treatment costs. A preventative measure is the most effective approach.

Peace of mind - We stand behind and guarantee our preventative treatment

Applying a preventative grub treatment is very targeted and doesn't harm beneficial insects.


Maintenance Tips

How much does it cost to remove a tree?

That is a tricky one. Like everything else, price is relative to and a reflection of the cost to the company. Each tree is unique and requires a unique approach. It is very hard to estimate the cost of a tree without seeing it and getting an idea of what is involved in the removal.

What Certifications do you have?

We have almost every certification known to our industry. Some of them include:

Will my grass be damaged?

We take every practical precaution to ensure that your yard is undamaged during the project. It is our goal to leave your property better than we found it. Our specialty all wheel bobcats and log loaders are equipped with low impact turf tires to assist in the minimization of turf disturbance.


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