Our turf pest control management can keep your lawn free from pests, but when your turf is healthy it will naturally repel pests, minimizing the need for pest control treatments. Here are a few quick facts about the relationship between pests and your commercial lawn:
- Commercial landscape pest management services are essential for maintaining a healthy lawn, and application of treatments is not always a necessity
- Every lawn will be home to some type of insect, but healthy lawns should be able to keep insects under control
- Visible pest damage is often a sign that grass wasn’t healthy to begin with
When you partner with U.S. Lawns for lawn care services, we’ll thoroughly inspect your lawn for signs of insects and other destructive pests. When it’s necessary, we’ll also provide spot treatments to keep pests under control. However, we recognize that prevention is key. So, our primary focus will always be on keeping your lawns healthy year-round, giving the turf and soil what it needs to fight off pests naturally.
Commercial Landscape Pest Management Services Keep Your Property Healthy
Pest infestations can be very damaging to the health of your landscape. There are countless insects that make their home in lawns just like yours and some can do serious harm. U.S. Lawns has years of experience successfully combating pests like:
- Chinch bugs
- Mole crickets
- Cutworms...and many more
Farmers everywhere are familiar with pests like these because they wreak havoc in agricultural settings. In urban areas, they’ve also become a major thorn in the side of property managers because they can destroy lush and vibrant lawns. Chinch bugs, for instance, feed on the grass blades one at a time. They love to feast on commercial lawns because they represent a large and stable food source. A group of chinch bugs can turn the entire turf of a commercial property to ruins if left unchecked, which is why you need experts like your local U.S. Lawns team to monitor and address these pests as soon as they’re spotted.
Grubs can also impact your turf’s aesthetics. They feed on the root system just below the soil. There are some simple but effective ways to identify white grubs. Look for the following symptoms:
- A general thinning and weakening of the lawn
- A wilted or dried-out look to your grass, even when soil is moist
- Large, brown, irregular patches of grass
- Large patches of dead turf that can easily be pulled up in one piece, much like a piece of carpet, with the C-shaped grubs easy to see underneath
U.S. Lawns can identify the initial signs of a pest infestation so that it can be stopped in the early stages. Furthermore, from regular inspections to spot treatments, our landscape pest control services are designed to prevent infestations from happening in the first place.
We’re Dedicated to Your Landscape’s Total Health
U.S. Lawns is equipped to deal with many types of active infestations, but our services extend well beyond landscape pest control. We want to keep your landscape looking great throughout every season, and regular maintenance is the key. Many of our customers find that when they’ve committed to regular U.S. Lawns services, problems like pest infestations either don’t arise at all or are less common than they used to be. Our goal is to save you time and trouble at every opportunity by taking a holistic approach to your commercial landscape management.
Worried about pests damaging your commercial landscape? Don’t wait! Contact U.S. Lawns today to set up a preventative plan.