Making your yard more livable is our goal and we do that in three fundamental ways – by enhancing beauty, suppressing harmful pests and plants, and by taking a more thoughtful approach to the environment.
Mosquito & Tick Control Solutions
Mr. Garlic™ All-Natural Solution
Control Mosquitos and Ticks with an all-natural solution. Mr. Garlic™ is a mixture of garlic and other 100% natural organic compounds that work to repel mosquitoes and ticks. Mr. Garlic is an all-natural repellant, not a harmful pesticide. It is completely safe for children, pets and the environment – and can safely be used around vegetable gardens. Depending on your property and factors such as precipitation we will make multiple visits from spring through fall.
Traditional, Non-Organic Option, Too
For families living on wooded lots with pets or active children, our traditional mosquito and tick control program is designed to reduce tick populations in areas conducive to tick activity. The program is customized to the unique needs of your property but generally includes lawns, beds and mulched areas as well as the perimeter of your yard including into wooded buffers. Depending on your property and factors such as precipitation we will make multiple visits from spring through fall.
Poison Ivy Control
To keep your yard more livable for pets and children our poison ivy control program helps to eradicate this undesirable plant. Lueders technicians survey your yard for the presence of poison ivy then spot treat those select areas of your property to control poison ivy or other unwanted or poisonous plants based on your needs. Total control will require a number of visits to eliminate their extensive root systems.
Shrub Bed Weed Control
Our shrub bed weed care service is used to help reduce weeds in flower gardens and shrub beds. Unsightly weeds can ruin even the nicest of gardens. Our target areas for weed control are mulched areas, gravel and paving cracks. The objective of our program is to suppress weeds in the most responsible manner possible with the least amount of materials. As always we spot treat, not blanket treat, since this is a more thoughtful approach to the environment.