Are you ready for your insect control problems to be over? Our exterminators are locked, loaded and ready to fire on any inconveniences you may have in your home or business. We will make sure you have a safe place again. We are in Central Florida where residents are facing the same problem when it comes to pest control. We service your neighborhood. You can count on Extreme Pest Management to be there for you. We want to make sure to know who to call on, Extreme Pest Management 352-483-2555.
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- Family Owned & Operated since 2002!
- Located in the Central Florida Area
- Serving all of Lake County, Seminole County, Osceola County, and Orange County.
- Certified Pest Professionals
- Pet Friendly & Environmentally Responsible
- Licensed & Insured
Mow at the right height – Raise mower blade for the summer. This will create a more drought tolerant lawn with deeper roots. 4”- 5” for St. Augustine is a good height.
Water properly – Water at least one inch of water per week. Adjust amount if temperatures stay above 95 degrees for more than a few days.
Treat for grubs & chinch bugs – Grubs and chinch bugs thrive at higher temperatures as your lawn begins to stress under the heat. The only chance to keep these PESTS under control is treatment by a professional.
Clean up after pets – Pets can damage lawn. Do your best to clean up after them or prevent pets from using the same areas.
Avoid heavy traffic on lawn – Never allow cars to park on the lawn and control the amount of foot traffic you allow.
Sharpen mower blade – A dull blade will damage grass and contribute to other health issues.
Leave some clippings – Lawn clippings can act as a natural fertilizer; however, do not leave excessive amounts of lawn clippings the lawn does need to breathe.
Fertilize – Now is a good time to fertilize before the really hot temperatures set in.