Bug Barrier Program

Bug Barrier Program

There is a way to reduce the number of pesky pests found in your house. Stop them from ever getting in! And that is what the ArborLawn Bug Barrier Program is designed to do.

We treat the outside of your home with an invisible and odorless barrier that stops bugs from ever getting close to you. Outside walls with many cracks and crevices are perfect entry ways for insects…until the Bug Barrier is applied. Crafty bugs like earwigs love to hide in mulch beds waiting for a chance to find a way into your home…until the Bug Barrier is applied. Decks, and railings are desireable places for wasps and hornets to nest, threatening your family with painful stings, until Bug Barrier is applied. Cooler weather in the fall signals spiders, box elder bugs, eurasion lady bugs, stink bugs, etc. to start looking for a way to stay warm all winter in your home…until Bug Barrier is applied.

Our special five application program constantly keeps insect numbers in check so they cannot become a problem inside your home. (Total insect eradication is not possible nor is it an environmentally sound practice.)

Without ever setting foot in your home, your ArborLawn Technician will create a powerful Bug Barrier around your home. Because we are treating outside your house, you don't need to be home!

Advantages of the ArborLawn Bug Barrier Program:
  • Scheduled applications, so no need to call
  • Eliminates chemical storage by the homeowner
  • Outdoor applications, so you don't have to be home
  • If you're not satisfied, simply contact our office, and we will re-apply as needed.

The Bug Barrier Program helps control several species of insect pests including: Ants, Hornets, Centipedes, Earwigs, Millipedes, Silverfish, Wasps, Boxelder, Bugs, Crickets, Pill bugs, Spiders. This program will not control wood-destroying insects or animals.

The five Bug Barrier applications are Schedule in the last week of May, June, July, August and September.

The Bug Barrier treatment covers a wide variety of insect entry points and habitats around your home, including a strip all the way around your house, up the side of the foundation of your home, mulched beds, window wells and vent openings, door thresholds and (where accessible) around and under decks.