The team at West Termite, Pest, & Lawn have accounted for 75 years of collective experience, arming them with time-earned know-how to chase off pestilential nuisances such as termites, rodents, and weeds. The licensed and insured team renders its services on a monthly and quarterly basis or as a one-time treatment, establishing exterior perimeters to help prevent bug invasions. When they're not driving off termite populations, team members also keep homes and business pretty through their lawn care treatments, which include weed control, fertilization, and core aeration.
With its collective crosshair centered exclusively on mosquitoes and ticks, Mosquito Posse liberates exterior spaces from bothersome bug populations with a trio of safe and effective services. The family-operated company utilizes all-natural, organic products that are not only child- and pet-friendly, but receive a nod of approval from the EPA, as well. Rather than resorting to less practical tactics, such as lighting candles or roping off the backyard in police tape, customers can call on Mosquito Posse to apply barrier sprays that last up to three weeks. Event-specific treatments remove irritating pests from the guest lists of pool parties and outdoor events, and automatic misting systems provide 24/7 control by releasing a spray up to four times per day.
The licensed, trained lawn-care professionals at Weed Man treat lawns with EPA-approved products. They harness the power of a specially formulated fertilizer, which includes slow-release granules of naturally occurring ingredients and minerals such as nitrogen, phosphorous, and potassium. Through the company’s integrated-pest-management program, technicians can preemptively or retroactively oust weeds from lawns with EPA-approved weed-control products that still allow grass to thrive.
After more than four decades, Weed Man's licensed and trained experts have lawn health down to a science. They keep Springfield-area lawns green and lush with fertilizer and environmentally sound pest control, coupled with knowledge about the local environment that only comes from living and working directly in the community. Their exclusive blend of slow-release granular fertilizer nurtures lawns over a period of several weeks, and their seeding and aeration services promote even longer-lasting growth. Homeowners can even seek answers to their own lawn-care inquiries online, such as "How do I deal with crabgrass?" or "How do I respond when a tree asks for directions?"
Organic Outdoors' locally run lawn-care outfit protects yards from both insect infestations and chemical pollution with fully organic pest-control regimens. USDA-certified biobased products shield grassy patches from ticks, termites, flies, and mosquitoes, and liquid-concentrate fertilizer sends root systems deep into the ground and promotes resistance to disease. Landscapers keep lawns looking trim and tidy with regular mowing, edging, weed eating, and leaf blowing using meticulously maintained equipment and well-practiced skill.
Since 1978, the licensed and insured team of pest policers at Brown Recluse Xperts Inc. has been adept at ridding homes and yards of arthropodal assaults. Available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, techs come out to homes, tiny lassos in hand, to wrangle common pest infestations or create custom control plans when necessary. Techs bolster their knowledge traps with continued education and the latest bug-busting techniques: Termidor Perimeter Plus, for example, is an in-lawn termite barrier system that can secure structures against the chew-happy scourge in up to 90 days. To ensure that summertime romps aren't interrupted by swatting, itching, or grandpas jumping on the patio furniture and screaming "AAEEE!," Brown Recluse Xperts Inc. also treats yards against the threats of mosquitoes, ticks, and fleas using child- and pet-safe repellents. A family-owned-and-operated business, Brown Recluse Xperts Inc. is also dedicated to building its community and donates "5% of gross revenues from each service to local teachers to help students in need."