NaturaLawn of America devotes itself to caring for both lawns and the environment, eschewing harmful chemicals in favor of eco-conscious products. Natural, organic-based, and biodegradable products are administered to create healthy outdoor spaces that repel intrusive pests such as fleas, ticks, mosquitoes, and aging golf-course greens searching for a place to retire.
Technicians determine the individual needs of each lawn to develop custom treatment plans, taking soil tests and enhancing lawns with zero-phosphorus fertilizers, seeding and aeration treatments, or regimens that focus on balancing nitrogen, potassium, and sulfur. The pest-control professionals also fight off invasive species, applying milky-spore grub control—which uses a naturally occurring bacteria—to evict japanese beetles and european chafers. The lawn liaisons deter Lyme disease–carrying creatures with Tick Ranger and send moles on their way with biodegradable repellents or inside jobs to infiltrate the neighbor’s vegetable garden.
Blackwood Landscaping's talented team of landscape artists maintains front and backyard health with lawn services that use environmentally affectionate products. Tend grassy areas of up to 10,000 square feet with an aeration procedure, during which cylindrical plugs punch small holes into the soil to reduce compaction and unearth fossilized lawn ornaments. This professional process diminishes thatch and allows roots improved access to delectable nutrients and nourishing lime. Afterwards, a fueling fertilizer encourages the growth of grass, much like height restrictions on tilt-a-whirls encourage the growth of small children. The machinery used in these processes is 38 inches wide, so any gates must be larger than 38 inches, or the household must own a teleporter.
The pest punishers at Vex Pest Control cleverly extract exoskeleton-sporting invaders from homes with their extensive one-time pest-control service. Using EPA- approved products, Vex will begin bug-banishing sessions with an interior and exterior inspection before providing pest-identification services and clearing attics and crawlspaces of many-legged fiends. Vex's team of arachnid antagonists will also treat cracks, crevices, and the home's exterior perimeter, strategically placing insect monitors. After Vex's initial treatment, homes should only require preventative treatments, and technicians will wrap up visits by sharing an extensive home analysis and preventative tips followed by didactic fables about lazy grasshoppers.
Clemson graduate Ricky Wingard helms the staff at Econ-O-Bug, a local business dedicated to evicting pests and termites from homes and repairing damage caused by termites. Staff members can tackle infestations of ants, roaches, rodents, bed bugs, and ticks, among other creatures, and they complete their work with a focus on customer service.
Trio Lawn Care helps grass growers take extra care of their turf, offering a wide array of lawn services designed to make territories look healthy, neat, and fit for a visit from Gene Hackman. For a week's worth of lawn maintenance, professional lawn shavers will mow grass, use edging tools, trim bushes, and perform weed identification and lawn analysis. For lawn aeration, air is introduced into holes in the soil to facilitate a nutrient-rich environment. Green-considerate lawn owners can feel confident knowing that Trio Lawn Care screens and reviews each of its products so that each is environment friendly and EPA-certified, preventing animals and children who are pretending to be open-mouthed snakes from ingesting harmful chemicals.
Even now, they wait. In stagnant ponds, humid woods, and suburban backyards, hordes of mosquitoes mass, each insect itching to disrupt summer fun with a barrage of buzzes and bites. Fortunately, humanity has a powerful ally: the pest control experts at Mosquito Squad of Duluth-Lawrenceville. Since 2005, they've combated mosquitoes (as well as their allies, the ticks) with all-natural repellants and barrier sprays. In addition to making yards safe from buggy nuisances, the pest experts also have a higher goal: preventing the spread of vector-borne illnesses like West Nile Virus and Lyme disease.