If you’ve noticed patches or areas in your lawn have turned brown, chances are you may have grubs.
Grubs are the larvae of Japanese beetles, June beetles and chafers. They feed on grass roots and are capable of killing large areas of your lawn if left un-treated. You may have a grub infestation in your lawn if you notice:
Birds and other animals tearing up your lawn.
Dead grass or brown patches that never turn green.
Your lawn has become spongy.
We’ll inspect your lawn, looking for grubs. If grubs are detected, we’ll recommend a treatment plan and of course, provide you with a quote.