Protect Your Lawn & Home With Our Double Threat Pest Protection Program
Enjoy Your Lawn Again And Protect Your Home From A Pest Invasion All At Once!
Nobody likes mosquitoes and pests in or around their home, especially when you’re trying to enjoy your outdoor living space. Rid your yard of pests and protect your home all at once. For a limited time, Lawn Pride is offering a special discount when you combine our Mosquito Control Program and our Perimeter Pest Control Program.
Multiple Pest One Program
Complete Coverage Means Better Control
While other companies often only treat your garden beds and landscape, Lawn Pride’s Double Threat Pest Protection Program covers all areas where bugs tend to live.
Ants, spiders, and other pests will march from your yard to your home. With our Pest Protection Program, the perimeter of your home is included, to keep these creepy crawlers outside where they belong.
Because grass can keep the underlying soil cool and moist; insects find this to be a great place to live. This makes it important to treat the lawn as well as surrounding landscape areas. Our scientifically proven Pest Protection Program will minimize the annoying pests living in your lawn. Helping you to protect your family, friends, and pets from these irritating insects.
Flower beds, trees, and other types of landscape areas can be a breeding ground for unwanted pests. With our Pest Protection Program, our certified technician will treat all landscape areas and trees up to 25’ tall. Allowing you to have a more enjoyable outdoor living space.
Central Indiana Pest Control Tips
Following these practices have been shown to reduce pest populations in your lawn and to help get back to enjoying your lawn.
Keep your lawn cut regularly.
Clean debris out of landscape beds.
Dispose of anything that unintentionally holds water.
Inspect flowerpots and plant containers for standing water frequently. Make sure to loosen the soil regularly to ensure that water is penetrating through the soil. This will ensure that stagnant puddles do not form, providing mosquitoes a breeding spot.
Change the water in birdbaths weekly and be sure to drain small wading pools when they are not being used.
Keep gutters clean and check downspouts for clogging.