Our pest control and lawn care technicians work to provide our Ocala customers with comprehensive lawn and outdoor services. At your first appointment, our technician will evaluate the condition of your lawn and recommend the program that’s just right for your home and needs. We make several visits throughout the year to ensure your lawn is fertilized and yard pests are controlled, and also provide treatments to prevent new problems.
Thanks to our temperate climate, Ocala has a longer growing season than many other areas. As a result, pests and lawn care are year-round concerns. We offer a comprehensive range of pest control, lawn, and outdoor services to ensure that your yard stays in great condition month after month.
Broad leaf and grassy weeds
Complete treatments, including granular applications
Fungus management and turf optimization
Additional "green up" treatments
Shrub fertilization and disease control programs
Optional fire ant, mole and armadillo control
We also offer these services:
Ocala Mosquito Treatments
Mosquitoes are the biggest killers in the world. They are carriers of dangerous diseases such as malaria, West Nile virus, and the new threat, the Zika virus. Mosquitoes are also a carrier of heartworms that endanger pets. We remove mosquito breeding sites that we find on your property and provide treatments to protect you daily, seasonally, or even on a one-time basis for a special outdoor event.
Perimeter pest control
Turner provides effective perimeter pest control services to remove bugs and insects such as ants, roaches, flies, and spiders before they have a chance to enter your house. These lawn and outdoor pest management programs mean that you never have to find bugs, pests, and insects anywhere in your house.
Every Ocala pest control customer has unique needs, so no matter which of our services you’re interested in, we begin with a comprehensive inspection. Once we’ve assessed your pest issues and listened to your needs, we develop a customized plan for your services and provide an estimate that’s based on the size of your property or home. Since our services and your estimate are tailored to you, we provide quotes in person.
Treatment of fire ants is separate from our lawn service. We do offer optional fire ant treatment for our Ocala pest control customers, however, and will be happy to provide you with an estimate for this service.
Our comprehensive lawn and outdoor services may include the application of products that fertilize your lawn, manage broad leaf and grassy weeds, treat fungus, and optimize your turf. As always, we balance effectiveness with safety to ensure you get the results you want. Our Ocala pest control technicians will be glad to explain our recommended products and services during your appointment and answer any questions you may have.
There are several factors that affect how quickly treatments work, including how severe your weed problem is. Generally, the healthier your lawn is, the faster you will see results.
It depends upon what condition your lawn is in when we develop a customized plan to treat it. Generally, the healthier your lawn is, the sooner you’ll see results. We know from experience that it may take approximately six months to see optimal results.
An irrigation system that’s in good working order is key to lush, healthy lawns and essential to the results you will get from our lawn and outdoor service. The long growing season and types of lawn grasses most commonly seen in our area require the even, regular watering—not too little and not too much—that irrigation systems provide. Watering by hand or moving hose-attached sprinklers around the yard are not as effective. Our technician will be happy to offer guidance on the watering schedule that’s right for you.
Not immediately—please wait until any products we’ve applied to dry before allowing children or pets on your lawn.
Our treatments will help minimize issues with moles, but moles move in unpredictable ways from one lawn or property to another. We will provide specific treatment if needed.
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