Grub & Insect Control 

Grub & Insect Control Services 


Grub and insect control is essential to maintaining a healthy lawn. 

Pests can destroy a beautiful lawn in a short period of time if not prevented or properly treated early on. 

Therefore, a good lawn care plan includes properly timed prevention services for grub & insect control paired with situational curative treatments.

Consequently, we strive to provide the premier quality in treatment and preventative measures when it comes to Grub & Insect control for your lawn.

We know that a lot of time, patience, and hard work go into making a lawn look great. Our goal is to make sure that all of that hard work doesn’t go to waste, getting ruined by grubs or insects that can destroy your lawn.

Learn more about what steps you can take to ensure your lawn gets the care it needs.

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How Can Grub Control Prevents Lawn Damage?


Larvae of several varieties of beetles found in our area can be highly destructive to lawns.

In a small amount of time, your lawn could be severely damaged by grubs who eat the underlying root system. 

Therefore, we implement our preventative care grub & insect control program at the right time to ensure superior results. 

Grub damage will start to appear in late summer into early fall. Areas on the lawn may turn brown or appear to lose color. 

Hence, the best way to identify possible damage is to grab ahold of the grass and give it a tug. If it pulls up like a piece of carpet and you see grubs underneath, it’s grub damage. 

In case you observe damages to your lawn, you will need a Curative Grub Control treatment and will most likely need to reseed those damaged areas. 

If you manage to identify a few stray grubs in the spring, don’t worry; it is very unlikely that they will damage your lawn during this time of year. 

However, it is important to make sure that you have Preventive Grub & Insect Control treatment completed in the late spring or early summer (June/July). This will act to prevent potential damage later in the year.

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Surface-Feeding Insect Treatments: Chinch Bugs, Billbugs, & Sod Webworm Damage


Chinch Bugs, Billbugs, and Sod Webworms are some of the most common lawn pests that can damage your lawn. 

Therefore, our specialists are capable of properly identifying which of these insects are destroying your lawn.

Besides, once an initial assessment of the situation is completed, we will offer our best recommendations to cure the current condition and implement preventative treatments to minimize the chance that the issue happens again.

  • These insects, called “surface-feeding insects”, feed above ground – unlike grubs, who feed on the roots of your grass plants. 
  • Surface-feeding insects will often be found in the thatch layer of the grass in late spring through early fall. Infected areas of grass will start to lose color and can sometimes even look chewed-off or wilted.

Surface insects often start in a healthy area of the lawn and keep spreading to healthy areas once the damage is done to their first location. 

  • Chinch bugs are very small, about 1/8″ in size, and may appear to hop from blade to blade. 
  • Sod Webworms are small larvae, about 1/2″ long, and often create small holes in the soil and silk-lined tunnels. 
  • Billbug larvae will appear almost like a miniature grub, only at around 3/8″ in length, and will not have legs, similar to a grub.

As these insects can all do a lot of damage to a lawn, we want to make sure that you have the right tools to fight back and keep your lawn healthy and looking great.

Give us a call today for your FREE ESTIMATE for Grub & Insect Control.


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111 St Joseph Ln

Downingtown, PA 19335