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Combines all of Top Lawn’s pest control expertise into one full-season program. Top Guard is for keeping those nuisance pests like ants and earwigs out of your home while also allowing your family and pets to enjoy the outdoor living area with flea, tick and mosquito control. On TOP of it all, your valuable lawn will be protected from turf damaging insects such as sod webworm and chinch bugs.
Top Guard starts when insects awaken from dormancy in early spring and continues to protect until they become inactive in the fall.
Top Guard offers all three programs for a reduced cost!
Top Lawn will create and maintain a
"Mosquito Barrier" around the perimeter
of your outdoor living area so that
your family can enjoy the warm weather
without the fear of mosquito attacks.
Treatments begin in Spring when temperatures
consistently reach 50° and
end in Fall when temperatures drop
We schedule treatments every 28-35
days throughout the summertime
depending on Mosquito population
levels to ensure protection.
Each treatment specifically targets
Mosquito breeding grounds and their
common gathering areas.
These areas include but are not limited
Shield” around the perimeter of your
home to keep unwanted pests outside
and away from your family.
Treatments begin in Spring and will be
scheduled every 28-35 days until Fall
when insects go dormant.
We will treat a 6 to 8 foot band around the
entire foundation and specifically focus
on all entry points into the house.
areas include but are not limited to:
Perimeter Pest Control works great for:
Top Lawn will treat all grass areas during
the summer’s hottest months to protect
the lawn from turf-damaging insects and
Treatments begin in Spring and are
scheduled every month until Fall when
insect populations recede and are no
longer a threat to the lawns health and
Surface Insect Control works great for:
IPM is a systematic strategy for managing pests which considers prevention, avoidance, monitoring and suppression. Where chemical pesticides are necessary, a preference is given to materials and methods which maximize public safety Top Lawn uses IPM every day, here are some ways you can use IPM at home: Keep tree branches well-trimmed and away from the house. Remove old tires and containers from the yard that can fill up with water and provide breeding grounds for pests. Make sure gutters and downspouts are unclogged. Keep windows and vents properly screened. Seal up any cracks and holes on the outside of your home including areas where utilities and pipes enter your home.