Grub Control Services

Grubs are the larvae of different beetles. They feed on grassroots and other organic matter found in the sod. The grub eggs hatch normally two weeks after being laid during mid to late summer. They start eating your turf roots in the late summer before burrowing deep in the ground, prior to onset of winter. The best way to prevent your turf from grub infestation is to take preventive measures. We treat your lawn to prevent grub infestations to give you a healthier, fuller, more radiant lawn.

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Nate has been removing my leaves for two years. My yard looks perfect when he is finished. Last year he started fertilizing and weed control and my lawn has never looked better. He is timely, courteous and very professional.

-Dawne Parris

Nate has been taking care of our lawn for about eight years or so and he's always on time and does excellent work. I would recommend him anyone looking for a reliable and honest worker.

- Denise Deck-Porras

I really appreciate Nate at Greenstone Turf Care! I'm completely hands off as far as fertilizing, aerating and seeding. Nate times the applications well and is consistent. My yard looks great! I highly recommend his services!

- Chris Wendleton

Nathan has been helping me care for my yard for several years and has done a fantastic job. My yard always looks great when he’s done. He is professional and easy to work with. I highly recommend him!

- Kelly White

    How We Can Help

    If you find brown dead patches in your lawn that feel spongy to touch and pull out easily, then it could be a serious sign of grub infestation. We at Greenstone Turf Care offer preventive and post-destruction grub control services at a very reasonable cost.