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Environmentally-Friendly Methods

We don’t want you to deal with a stressful pest infestation. The last thing you need as an added stressor is excessive, harmful chemicals threatening the safety of your loved ones and pets. Here at Go Green Lawn and Pest Control, we always uphold our mission of providing sustainable, environmentally-friendly residential services — especially when it comes to preventative pest control. Learn about the pros and cons of pest control to see if it’s right for you.

Targeted Treatments for Long Term Results

Our methods of pest control fall right in line with our Go Green Lawn and Pest Control mission. We dedicate ourselves to providing environmentally-friendly services that minimize risk and maximize long-term protection for you and your family. No matter the solution to removing the pests in your home, we are sure to implement green practices the best we can.

When you partner with us for pest control, you’ll receive the following:

  • A pest control inspection to identify species of pests surrounding your home. We’ll also pin point where they’re getting inside!
  • Direct, careful, and targeted treatment applications ensuring that we are maximizing protection from pests while minimizing insecticide use.
  • Safe, environmentally-responsible treatments with increased efficacy so you can trust your family is safe from harmful chemicals.
  • Recurring treatments and inspections done by our pest professionals to ensure pest infestations don’t return.

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Get Protection From Common Pests Near You

Here at Go Green Lawn and Pest Control, we’ve had our fair share of experience with pest activity in the local area. Your home is, unfortunately, susceptible to a variety of different species of pests, but we’ll make sure they don’t get in. Our pest control services are designed to prevent and treat the following common pests:


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Get Protection From the Spotted Lanternfly

The spotted lanternfly is a pest from Asia that has a life cycle that lasts the entire year. When fully grown, this bug will take the beautiful fruit tree in your front yard and reduce it to a dead stump. The spotted lanternfly feeds on trunks, branches, and twigs while leaving behind a black trail as its only marker of presence. Luckily, it doesn’t directly harm people, but it does excrete honeydew that can attract other harmful pests to the area. Are you dealing with spotted lanternflies? Go Green Lawn and Pest Control’s team is certified to remove spotted lanternfly populations and provide treatments so they don’t return again.

Say Goodbye to Rodents

If you’re battling rodents, we can help with that, too! Having rats and mice in your home is more than just unsettling, they can also be dangerous. They’re known to carry dozens of diseases that can affect you and your loved ones, including hantavirus, tularemia, and salmonella. Rodents can also wreak havoc by contaminating your food, destroying insulation, gnawing on drywall, and even chewing through electrical wires. Luckily, you don’t have to share your space with rodents. Our rodent control will kick these unwanted pests to the curb and make it feel like they were never even there to begin with! When you trust us for rodent control, we will:

  • Thoroughly inspect your home to search for signs of rodent activity, such as droppings and pawprints.
  • Determine where rodents are hiding and what entry points they’re using to get inside.
  • Strategically place bait where rodents will take it, but out of reach for curious kids and pets.
  • Schedule regular treatments to keep your home protected from rodents for the long haul.

Signs of a Rodent Infestation

Rodents are nocturnal and prefer to spend their time tucked away in boxes, inside wall voids, or in other hard to reach places, making it unlikely you’ll actually see a rat or mouse. This makes it tricky to determine whether or not you have a rodent infestation. While the best way to tell is with a professional rodent inspection, there are a few indicators you can look for, such as:

  • Smudge marks: Rodents often bump into baseboards as they scurry through your home, leaving behind small smudges.
  • Gnaw marks: Rats and mice like to chew on things constantly, leaving gnaw marks on boxes, food packaging, furniture, and other surfaces.
  • Droppings: Trails of droppings that look like black grains of rice are common with rodent infestations.
  • Foul odors: Unidentifiable odors can be caused by rodent urine and feces.
  • Hearing noises at night: Rodents are most active at night and can be heard scratching in the walls or running overhead.

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