Flea, Tick, and Mosquito
Flea and Tick
Black legged ticks, also known as deer ticks are the primary carrier of Lyme Disease.
One method of controlling the deer tick population includes the use of tick tubes, which are cylinders like a paper towel tube that contains nesting material treated with insecticides that kills ticks. The mice use nesting material in the tubes for building their nest, therefore the young mice are protected from getting ticks.
Other methods include the use of insecticides and repellents to reduce tick populations in the landscape. The use of deer repellent to reduce the number of deer in a landscape can help lower the tick populations as deer are an important host during the life cycle of ticks.
Protect your landscape from unwanted pests. Traditional insecticide or organic repellents are available. Schedule routine spraying or call our experts to service your one-time outdoor special event. Whatever your pest-control needs may be, our expert staff will recommend the solution that most effectively serves your individual situation.