Foley, AL Pest Control & Lawn Care

Pest Control Solutions

Pests enter your home in order to find food, water, and shelter. However, even very clean homes can have problems with pests like roaches, mice, and rats. Certainly, bugs target residences with clutter and debris, because conditions make it easy for them to get what they want. However, pests are not always that particular; they are happy to settle in homes that do not have food laying out as well. If you have a problem with rodents, termites, or bed bugs in Alabama, you may be wondering what your next step is. That’s where we can help.

Pests Cause Problems

No one wants to discover that they have termites, bed bugs, or rodents. However, if their presence was merely unpleasant, pest control companies would not do nearly the amount of business that they do. Unfortunately, some pests cause significant problems for homeowners. Mice and rats, for example, are destructive; they get into sealed food containers, harm electronics, and generally leave a trail of destruction in their wake. Rodents also carry diseases, which is why it is imperative that an infestation be contained as soon as possible.

Termites are another issue. Once an infestation begins, the structural integrity of a building can be compromised. Bed bugs also cause problems; while they won’t damage your property, they do leave you feeling uncomfortable and itchy.

Entry Points Into The Home

Are there bugs in your home, even though you do your best to keep it clean? It is frustrating, but remember that mice, rats, bed bugs, and termites do not need much of an opening in order to get into your living area. In many cases, they are able to gain entry because the home isn’t sealed properly. However, if you have vegetation or debris close to your house, they can enter that way as well. In addition, bed bugs are little hitchhikers and can come in on clothing or luggage. Regardless of their method of entry, it is important to eliminate a pest infestation as soon as possible.

EnSec Alabama Pest Control

At EnSec, we are committed to get rid of your pest problem in a quick and efficient manner. Regardless of what you are dealing with, we can help you. Simply get in touch with us in order to receive a quote. Once you decide to work with us, we’ll stay with you until the problem is eliminated.

Foley, AL Lawn Care

There's nothing like the look of a beautiful, well-kept lawn. Healthy grass is the foundation of a great looking lawn, creating a unifying effect for successful landscape design. As a plant that often is valued primarily for its lush and green appearance, grass offers you much more than beauty. Preventing runoff and erosion, it stabilizes soil by absorbing rainwater and developing a strong root system. Grass reduces glare from the sun, muffles noise from traffic, and lowers temperatures in the summer. Even more importantly, it cleans the air that your family breathes. Providing fertilization and weed control keeps it looking healthy and beautiful.

Choosing Essential Services

The grass is a durable, perennial plant that may not get the respect that it deserves. As long as it is underfoot, it is less demanding of attention than your colorful plants and shrubs. Our family-owned business has provided essential services for discerning homeowners for more than 15 years. We know what lawns need to remain healthy and a vital part of your landscape. At EnSec Pest and Lawn, we recommend treatment programs for your lawn that control weeds and pests.

Insects that damage your grass and decorative plants are controllable, and we specialize in controlling lawn and plant disease as well as pests. Hundreds of varieties of broadleaf weeds make maintaining your lawn a challenging ordeal when they get out of control. Our fall and spring programs are extremely effective deterrents that control broadleaf weeds.

Aeration allows oxygen to reach the root zone of your grass, invigorating it and encouraging root growth for the next season. Cutting the roots causes new growth to appear, and aeration is especially effective for breaking up compacted lawns. Grass responds well to water and nutrients that can reach the root level through non-compacted soils. Removal of thatch contributes to the easy flow of food and water to the root system.

Taking Action

To provide ideal growing conditions for your lawn and to protect it from damaging pests and disease, you can take action by calling us today. We are dedicated to making sure that you have the lawn that you deserve. Our team of lawn care experts is ready to help you succeed.

 

 

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