Starting Price for Lawn Grub Control Services: $49.50/Treatment
What Are Grubs?
Grubs are a type of worm that live in the soil and feed on the roots of grass, leaving dead brown patches in your yard. These worms can also invite other invading wildlife who feed on grubs, such as skunks, raccoons, moles, and birds. These animals will not only tear up your yard searching for their dinner, but they will also wreak havoc on your property simply by being there. Who wants a skunk living in their yard?! The lawn care team at Green’s Lawncare is knowledgeable and experienced on how to handle these invading worms as well as how to prevent them in the first place.
Effective Lawn Grub Control Treatments
As a grub control company, Green’s Lawncare has developed a highly effective professional grub control that is applied on your Indianapolis property between April and June. This specific grub killer treatment will not only destroy any grubs that are currently invading your lawn but will also prevent any further grubs from living in the soil. In fact, we believe so much in our product and trained staff that if you still get grub damage after our preventative treatment, we will retreat your property and complete any repairs that need to be done at no cost to you. That is a promise you can count on from Green’s Lawncare!
Grub control is coded in our custom-made treatment for our third round of lawn fertilization. One way we save our customers money: we charge only one application rate for the fertilizer mixed with grub control. Most of our competitors charge extra for a grub control application, but since we combine both treatments and save money on labor, we pass the savings to our customers.
Our service kills grubs but not your lawn. In fact, we are so confident of this that if for some reason grub control service does kill your lawn, we will re-seed your lawn for free.
Fertilization & Insect Control Services
Along with our lawn grub killer treatments, we also provide a wide range of lawn fertilization and pest control options designed for your specific pest or weed problem. From brown patchy grass and a yard full of weeds to preventing insects like fleas, ticks, and spiders, we have several treatments designed to keep your lawn lush, green, and healthy.
Why Our Customers Love Us!
100% Satisfaction Guarantee
We offer the strongest guarantee in the area. Did we overlook something that needs attention? We will come back out and fix it at no charge.
We pay our employees a living wage, far above a typical lawn care company, and we educate our technicians extensively. Our customers verify we’re one of the friendliest and most comprehensive lawn care services around.
Exceptional Communication & Technology
We’re easy to reach and easy to work with. We utilize technology to communicate, so you are never left wondering. And when you call us, we always answer our phone. This helps us to be transparent and keep our cost down.
Truly Locally Owned
Unlike our competitors, we are a locally owned and operated business that is not controlled by private equity. We value the experience that our customers have, and we will not cut corners to make profits.
We automate payments to make it simple.
We close the DAMN gate!
Pets are family, and we won’t forget to shut the gate after service.
We are UNIFORMED
Our employees wear professional uniforms and use only professional lawn equipment.
We Train & Then Train Again
Training is in our DNA. We keep our services simple and train often.
Looking for the best? You found us! We are HIGHLY rated.
We show up when we say we will. Your property will be scheduled for the same day every week. If there are ever any changes, we will inform you.
Call Today for Effective Grub Worm Control
Request your free estimate for our lawn grub control solutions by calling Green’s Lawncare at (317) 748-3153. We serve customers in Fishers, Westfield, and many northside Indianapolis areas that include Broad Ripple, Meridian-Kessler, Greenwood, Whitestown, and Zionsville. We gladly offer lawn care services such as landscaping, mosquito spraying, and Christmas light installation in the winter.