Located in Bloomington serving all surrounding areas

(952) 893-1969

Lawn Pest Control

Few things enhance a home or business more than having a perfect lawn. It frames the structure with green, creating an inviting atmosphere and a pleasing environment. A healthy lawn also conveys the sense that the owner cares about their property.

However, keeping a green and healthy lawn can become a real challenge when your property comes under attack by pests such as grubs or moles. There is a wide variety of insects that can do harm to your lawns, gardens and trees, but what is important to remember is that there is a solution.

Rettmann Lawn Service, Inc. has many years of experience helping people in the surrounding area return their lawns to the beautiful, pest-free, green spaces they were before.

Signs you have lawn insects

There are many different signs that insects have invaded your lawn.

Brown spots or patches – Sometimes brown patches occur because of a patch disease, chemicals, a mower that is too low or poor soil conditions. Insects and other pests are also the cause for many a brown patch. They go into the soil and either eat the nutrients that the plants need or destroy the root system. Either way, it leads to your grass dying from starvation. To check this we need to inspect the affected area, and possibly remove a small section to check underneath.

Yard pest control done right

This is where experience really makes a difference! Our professionals at Rettmann Lawn Service, Inc. will come to your property and perform a thorough pest inspection to evaluate the problem. Once we know what you are dealing with, then we will walk you through the possible options for your lawn pest control, what to expect and how much it will cost.

Grass bugs and garden bugs – Get Out!

If you have any questions or concerns about the lawn treatments and other services we provide or what can be done about a particular pest, please feel free to contact Rettmann Lawn Service, Inc.. We will get rid of those unwanted guests so you can get back to enjoying the beauty of nature.