We control Ants from Infesting Your Lawn in Massachusetts

Posted by AllGreen on August 16, 2016

ant-leafAnts have made a name for themselves as the proverbial unwelcome guest at picnics. Unwanted pests can infest your lawn and other plants around your landscape. Objects such as old bushes or tree stumps attract biting carpenter ants, and even stinging moths, to colonize in your property.

Many people take ant control into their own hands, using over the counter chemicals that can be harmful to the organic balance of your lawn and even stunt the growth of grass.

Our ant removal service creates a barrier around the foundation of your home to keep the havoc of pests at bay while saving you’re the hassle from costly chemicals.

Fortify Your Property!

Instead of waiting for the problem to arise inside of your lawn or home, we prevent it from happening by barricading the surrounding perimeter of your entire property. An invisible solvent acts as a bulwark to deter ants and other pests from entering the premises in the first place.

Controlling ants on your property restores your lawn to its natural state, and gives you your yard back. If ants or other pests are the reason you aren’t utilizing your outdoor space, allow us to solve the problem. Ridding your property of these unwanted pests is an essential step in lawn care, and the foundation to a happy and balanced ecosystem in your yard.

As a locally owned company in the Massachusetts area, we care about the quality of outdoor living in our state.

Avoid Costly Chemicals

Some of the ant control products sold around local grocery stores can be ineffective if not used carefully, or applied properly. After committing money and an afternoon of ant control related errands, you may find yourself with the same amount of pests occupying your yard as you had in the first place! Insects can be persistent and repeat offenders by nature. If not dispersed properly they are likely to return and start the process all over again.

We offer a onetime solution to ensure a long term fix to infestations on your Massachusetts lawn.