Mosquito & Insect Control
If you live in Maple Grove, Plymouth, or any of the surrounding Minnesota towns, then you already know that mosquitoes, ticks, ants, and other surface-feeding insects are often a huge problem. We will conduct a thorough inspection of your property and determine a control application that will protect your lawn, pets, and family. The products that we use have been tested and approved by the EPA and all of our highly-trained technicians are friendly and thorough.
Grub Worms are a major threat to your lawn. Every year we see thousands of dollars in damage to non-treated lawns. White Grubs are the larvae of June Beetles, which have a three year life cycle. In June, they lay their eggs in the soil and within weeks, the white grub emerges and feeds during the warm summer months, often causing extensive damage. They feed on grass, grass roots, and garden crops. Food-seeking predators (such as moles, skunks, crows, and blackbirds) often do further damage where grubs are present. Late summer or early fall is a great time to control these potentially devastating insects; let us help STOP Grubs from destroying your lawn.
Treatment All Season Long
We have such a short time to enjoy the beautiful summer weather Minnesota has to offer, so make it Mosquito FREE! To ensure every day and weekend is enjoyed as much as possible, we will control the mosquitoes all season long. This generally ends up being 6 applications throughout the season. Applications will be done to the entire perimeter of your property as well as all foliage around the property. Have a swamp? No problem; we will treat that area as well.
Special Event Treatment
Go Green can help keep the next event at your home or place of business mosquito free. How nice would it be to not be slapping bugs at the grad party!? No need to be handing out stinky bug spray at the next outdoor wedding, or lighting all of the candles around the grill area. Go Green will treat your property for the family get-together, wedding, grad party, birthday party, and more! We like to treat 2 days prior to the event, and in some cases, two treatments are needed.