Lawn Care & Pest Control Tips

How To Identify and Control Sod Webworms in Your Maryland Lawn

As you’re walking across your lawn, you’d like to enjoy the soft, green grass, as well as maybe a cool, light breeze and some sunshine.

Is Lawn Care Service Worth The Cost? What You Should Know

When people pass your Maryland home, your lawn is the first thing they see. That means you can’t really hide behind it when it’s looking bad.

4 Summer Pest Control Tips For Maryland Homeowners

Summer has warmth and longer days. It has flowers and outdoor festivals and barbecues and family vacations.

DIY Termite Treatment vs. Hiring Termite Control in Maryland

Sure with some bugs, attempting a little bit of DIY tactics might be possible.

The ads from home improvement stores certainly make it look easy and safe. It might even make you wonder why you’d bother with a professional pest control company.

How to Keep Crickets Out of Your House: 5 Tips For Maryland Homeowners

Some cultures believe crickets bring positive vibes. In fact, in Chinese culture and Indigenous tribes, it’s a custom to keep crickets in one’s home for luck.

But these folks probably didn’t have to deal with the incessant chirping of crickets or them jumping out of sight as they walked past, giving them scares. That certainly doesn’t feel like a good luck’s charm.

Dallisgrass vs. Crabgrass: Which Weed is In Your Lawn?

When you want to have a perfect lawn, weeds are your biggest enemy.

They can be tall and leggy and stand above your regular grass, almost mocking it. And they always ruin the look of your well-manicured lawn, taking away from the overall pretty, enjoyable landscape you desire.

Why You Should Get Your Lawn Soil Tested in Maryland

You want a green lawn, and that’s no crime.

But you may not have thought about the fact that you have to actually look beneath your lawn to have a great expanse of green, thick grass.

How to Get Rid of Wild Violet Weeds in Your Maryland Lawn

If you have wild violets in your Maryland lawn, you’re likely getting more and more frustrated each year as you notice them slowly taking over.

Why Does Your Grass Have White Spots? Is it Powdery Mildew?

It can happen suddenly one day in spring.

You’re walking outside to enjoy the warm weather, and instead of the green, rich, thick grass you’re used to sinking your toes into, you find a few silvery, white patches. It almost looks like someone took talc or baby powder and sprinkled it on your lawn.

How To Get Rid of Nutsedge in Your Maryland Lawn

When it comes to your lawn, there are some things you prefer to see and others you don’t.

You like a nice thick stand of green grass that is even in tone and consistent in texture.