Get FREE Grub Control in 2019

Grow it GREEN this Spring with SeaScape! Take advantage of our limited time FREE Grub Control Offer, for new customers*!

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Fill out the form above or call us at 800-217-0773 to take advantage of this limited time offer for FREE Grub Control! Make sure to mention the code FREE GRUB.


Fight back against grubs this spring with SeaScape! We’re offering an exciting promotion this Spring for new SeaScape customers. Sign up for one of our Green Lawn Care Programs and receive FREE Grub Control. This offer is valid for the 2019 season only, and cannot be combined with any other discount offer or promotion. The offer value is equivalent to a 20% savings, so act soon to save big and be grub-free. SeaScape has branch locations in Fall River, MA and Coventry, RI.

CALL SEASCAPE AT 800-217-0773 NOW FOR FREE GRUB CONTROL IN 2019

The only way to protect your lawn from the destruction of grubs is with a guaranteed grub control application. SeaScape is offering FREE Grub Control to new customers in 2019 who sign up for one of our Green Lawn Care Programs – just call us at 800-217-0773 or fill out the form below to take advantage of this offer. This is a limited time offer for new customers in the Bristol County, Massachusetts area, including Acushnet, Berkley, Dartmouth, Dighton, Easton, Fairhaven, Fall River, Foxboro, Freetown, Lakeville, Mansfield, Mattapoisett, New Bedford, Norton, Raynham, Sharon, Stoughton, Taunton and Westport. 

*This is a limited time offer for new customers in the Bristol County, Massachusetts area, including Acushnet, Berkley, Dartmouth, Dighton, Easton, Fairhaven, Fall River, Foxboro, Freetown, Lakeville, Mansfield, Mattapoisett, New Bedford, Norton, Raynham, Sharon, Stoughton, Taunton and Westport. This offer cannot be combined with any other existing offers.

MORE ABOUT LAWN GRUBS: TINY LAWN DESTROYERS

Grubs are white, C-shaped insects that feed on grass roots in August through October. Grubs are the larvae stage of beetles, and feast on the roots of your lawn, killing it. You might see patches of dead grass or dirt that will not grow grass, and that’s a good sign that grubs are the culprit. To see if your lawn is infested with grubs, simply peel back the top layer of soil. If you have grubs, the grass will peel back easily and you’ll see the grubs. Grubs in the larvae stage are most visible in the Spring and Fall, and in summer they will mature into beetles that will emerge to feed on grass and flowers, and lay their eggs soon after.

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