Lawn Pests & Disease Control in San Antonio, TX

Each of Our Techs Has 10+ Years of Lawn & Disease Pest Control

While many know who to turn to for an infestation of certain vagrant creatures, from fire ants to termites, ticks to fleas, it might seem difficult to find a solution when it comes to dealing with pests deeply embedded within your lawn, or even other problems such as stubborn weeds, fungal growth, and too much moisture. Currently, these are unfortunately problems which become overlooked and ignored, since so many companies are busy dealing with other problems of the “big name bugs” like mosquitos and fleas.

Since our business at Family Pest Control LLC has been eradicating for 39 years, you can believe us when we say that we know full well the extent of damage that can be done to a lawn. When these conditions are ignored, they can get more extensive in spreading as time goes on. This is why you should immediately get in contact with our weed, lawn pest, and disease control specialists in San Antonio.

Call us today at (210) 762-6991 to find out more how we can restore your lawn to its original pristine condition. 

5 Lawn Care Tips

Insects can also cause damage to plants & lawns outside the home, limiting the appeal of the garden and potentially causing harm to your pets and small children in the home. To discover the latest lawn care tips for your home, read the following 5 tips from Family Pest Control.

  1. Move Branches And Leaves 
    One item that attracts insects and larger animals to the lawn are stale leaves and broken branches. If the leaves and tree remnants have been allowed to stay in the same place for months at a time they begin to rot, attracting animals with their smell. It’s important to move them out of the way and to have all garden waste recycled locally.
  2. Look For The Signs Of Intrusion 
    The signs of intrusion around your lawn could be anthills or mounds from other animals digging up the soil in the lawn. This could also include damaged plants that have broken leaves. Look for the signs that insects have entered your property and make sure you respond quickly to the signs of an issue.
  3. Call A Pest Control Specialist Immediately 
    One of the reasons that lawns become damaged beyond repair is that the homeowner waits too long to deal with the pest issue. It’s important to call a pest control problem immediately when you suspect an issue within your home.
  4. Book A Year-Round Service 
    It’s important to book year-round services when turning to a pest control team for your lawn care challenges. The team at Family Pest Control for example offers full year-round treatments that can be completed according to the lawn care challenges within the property.
  5. Monitor The Problem 
    Once the treatments have been completed, it’s important that you monitor the issue for the potential return of insects and wildlife to the yard. Most treatments are successful over time but changing weather patterns and the introduction of new flowers to your yard might require you to undertake further treatments in the future.

Types of Lawn Pest Control

While lawns can look similar, right beneath the surface they are completely unique, something that our professional team at Family Pest Control LLC knows full well. Depending on the type of soil in your yard, the amount of sunshine and shade you get, and even the type of plants growing can completely change the types of pests that will infiltrate your lawn.

Some of the most common types of lawn pests include:

  • Chiggers
  • Grub worms
  • Chinch bugs
  • Chafer grubs
  • Leatherjackets
  • Cutworms
  • Sawflies
  • Webworms
  • Thrips
  • Whiteflies

Weed Control & Lawn Disease

While we are lucky to have some of the most wonderful weather in Texas, the warm and sunny climate that grows gorgeous flowers, verdant plants, and bountiful crops can also breed terrible diseases in our lawns. The moment you notice stubborn weeds and brown patches continuing to form, it is time to give us a call. Our weed treatments are not only customizable to your unique needs but are proactive. We can make sure those pesky weeds do not return by giving you treatments that are specific to each season, tackling the weed seeds that appear during summer, spring, winter, and fall.

Moisture Control

Normally, you have to go to a separate company to get control over moisture if your soil is too dry. However, we can treat your lawn with wetting agent and water retention products that actually reduce your need to irrigate the lawn more than once a week, while at the same time improving the lawn’s soil structure and bio-organism health.

Personalized Support

When we arrive, you can expect our technicians at Family Pest Control LLC to give an expert inspection and evaluation of the many types of pests and problems plaguing your lawn. Then we will create a customized plan that individually suits your property’s needs for treatment and protection, and make sure you completely agree with the process before we get started.

Contact us now at (210) 762-6991 for expert weed, lawn pest, and disease control in San Antonio today.

Tips & Tricks

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