Lawn Pest Control
Halo’s Pest Arrest is the go-to company in the Sebastian, FL area for complete and affordable lawn pest control services at the region’s most affordable prices.
As Florida natives, at Halo’s Pest Arrest, we know the pests that can take over your back yard and chase you back indoors. Ants, mosquitoes, ticks, fleas, and other biting, annoying bugs can easily plague pets and children and can seem to put your yard under quarantine.
At Halo’s Pest Arrest, however, we have the knowledge, equipment, and techniques for lawn pest control that will once again allow you to enjoy your piece of the outdoors. When you call on us, we will initially conduct a lawn pest control survey to determine the type of service that would meet your needs.
Our services are focused on protecting the perimeter of your house, eliminating pests in your lawn before they can invade your home. We can do this anytime. You do not need to be at home while our licensed, insured, and bonded professionals perform their work.
At Halo’s Pest Arrest, we use only the least toxic products available so that your pets and children will be protected. The only ones affected will be the fleas, ticks, crickets, and other crawling and flying insects that can not just annoy, but can also infect food, damage property, and potentially spread illnesses.
Our lawn pest control program is available to homeowners and businesses. No job is too large for our efficient staff and up-to-date equipment to handle.
Reclaim your yard with the proven lawn pest control services of your local experts at Halo’s Pest Arrest. Call us today for an initial inspection and free estimate.
Chinch bugs can be frequent pests of home lawns in Florida. They are often associated with open, sunny areas and may be as numerous as 150 to 200 insects per square foot. Chinch bug populations frequently go unnoticed because of their small size and coloration, which blends in with turf grass and thatch.
Grubs are the larvae of Japanese beetles, June beetles, and chafers, among others. These C-shaped creatures feast on the roots of grass and plants. To find out if you have a problem, peel back a square foot of turf or scrape back the top layer of soil in your garden beds.
Sod Web Worm
Toumeyella liriodendri (Gmelin). Several species of sod webworms or “lawn moths” commonly infest home lawns. These include the silver-striped sod webworm ( Fissicrambus mutabilis (Clemens), the bluegrass sod webworm ( Parapediasia teterrella (Zincken), and the larger sod webworm ( Pediasia trisecta (Walker).
Fleas are small flightless insects that form the order Siphonaptera. As external parasites of mammals and birds, they live by consuming the blood of their hosts.
Ticks are small arachnids, part of the order Parasitiformes. Along with mites, they constitute the subclass Acari. Ticks are ectoparasites, living by feeding on the blood of mammals, birds, and sometimes reptiles and amphibians.
Two species of fire ants are found in Florida. Most notorious is Solenopsis invicta Buren, the red imported fire ant (RIFA), followed by the much less common Solenopsis geminata (Fabricius), the tropical or native fire ant.