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Our technicians are finding adult chinch bugs emerging from thatch as well as their young, commonly called ‘nymphs’ in lawns throughout the Greater Toronto Area. We started finding them earlier in June which is earlier than we normally see them…
What’s in This Guide: How to Stop Raccoons & Skunks from Digging up Your Lawn FAQ About Best Lawn Care Practices How Many Times a Week Should You Water Your Lawn? What is Aeration? What is the Proper Height to…
Grub damage is typically caused in the spring and is the end result of hungry insects attacking lawns in the previous fall, coupled with raccoons and skunks digging up the lawn to look for them and eat them. Preventative grub…
Hi Jenny & Kyle, We have had some Grubs over the years & the skunks come in and start digging around every spring. If we get the grub treatment will it stop this?? If we get this when would you…
July 12th 2011: (Observations from the field in the Greater Toronto Area) This Spring brought lots of rain through April and May, in fact, record rainfalls that made it very difficult to get out and work in your lawn and garden. …
We have been seeing a lot of Leatherjacket insects in lawns in the GTA in the last week. The rain has been a help, as it washes them out where they can be seen easily on the road or patio,…
Lawns in the Greater Toronto Area have been harassed by chinch bugs and white grubs for a long time. In the last few years though, a new pest has appeared and it is becoming more common. Craneflies (Tipula paludosa, Tipula…
Though if they are not treated carefully, they might as well be. The tiny swimming creatures we use to protect your lawn from damaging white grubs remind us a lot of the ‘instant pets’ advertised in the backs of comic…
Help! What’s Ripping Up My Lawn? What Do I Do? When Spring comes and the snow melts, everything’s supposed to be coming up roses, Right? Well if you’re like most people as soon as the snow recedes – it reveals…
Transitioning to less restrictions -Covid Update: (updated 10/14/21)
LawnSavers managed to persevere through this last pandemic year with the loyal partnership of our clients.
We are able to authorized and able to service lawns and perform pest control services in all our GTA service areas as an essential service.
Our office remains open in addition to some remote staff. Please note with many people working from home, our service is experiencing a higher demand and volume of calls.
We know how much everyone hates being left on hold, so please feel free to leave us a message, or email email@example.com and we will get back to you in less than 24 hours. (you can also text us at 905-707-9994)
Please be patient with us, we will get back to you as fast as we can and do
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2020 is now well behind us. Together with our customers, we face Covid-19 head-on as a community-minded local small family business and are extremely grateful to be able to survive and keep all of our loyal employees working hard with us through it all.
2020-21 important turf and tree high (and low) lights:
Our number one priority remains the health and safety of our employees and customers. Safety, Integrity and honesty are our most important core values. We will continue to follow strict safety guidelines that ensure “low/no touch”. We will not let our guard down on exercising our safety protocols!
Thank you all for your understanding and extra patience during these challenging times. Our team works hard, so if you are met with our exceptional service from our technicians or office team members- please give them a thumbs up to make them smile or let me know through a quick email to firstname.lastname@example.org
We thank you for supporting our local, family-owned business of 31 years.
We genuinely appreciate you and promise that we will do our part to ensure our mutual safety.
Thank you in advance,
Chief Environmental Officer