Residential & Commercial Tick Control

In recent years, there has been a resurgence in the tick population in Southeastern Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania leads the nation of reported cases of Lyme Disease. Ticks are arachnids that are commonly found in high grass or wooded areas but is also transported into populated areas by deer, mice, other small animals. Ticks can thrive in backyards where there is grass, shrubbery or leaf cover on the ground. For this reason, residential tick control has become important to the people of Southeastern Pennsylvania.

Diseases Associated with Tick Infestations

Ticks are considered parasites since they feed on warm-blooded hosts, including dogs, cats, deer, cattle and humans. Ticks become attached to the host and engorge themselves on blood for several days. After feeding, most ticks will drop off and prepare for the next life stage. Since they can be extremely small especially in their nymphal stage, ticks often remain hidden as they feed. Unfortunately, these harmful pests can transmit a variety of serious diseases such as Lyme Disease, Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, Anaplasmosis, Ehrlichiosis, Babesiosis, and Bartonella. Lyme disease and several co-infections are carried by the Deer Tick, which is very common in Southeastern Pennsylvania. Early exposure differs in individuals and can range from no symptoms to a wide variety. Later-stage Lyme disease can also feature a wide range of symptoms that often mimic other conditions, causing further problems by leading to misdiagnosis. Left untreated Lyme disease can cause life-altering debilitation.

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Professional Tick Control

Dangerous nymphal tick activity tends to peak in the late spring and summer months. There are many strategies you can use to help lower the risk of getting bit by a tick.

• Wear light colored clothing so the presence of the darker ticks are easier to see.
• Wear long sleeve shirts and long pants when hiking.
• Mow your lawn regularly, trim shrubbery and remove dead leaves from your property.
• Use tick repellent.

Even with these preventative measures, it is important to hire a residential tick control specialist to help eradicate existing infestations and prevent future colonies from forming. Ticks are persistent, and it takes a continued commitment to ensure your home remains free of these pests.

Our comprehensive strategy incorporates a spray technology that is extremely effective in eliminating tick infestations. When the existing tick colonies have been destroyed, our vector-trained technicians return to your property throughout the season to maintain the treatment. Our strategies are designed to help keep your family safer from the harmful consequences of a tick bite.

Proudly Serving Southeastern Pennsylvania

Ticks are aggressive and spread dangerous diseases. We proudly serve the local community by offering the most effective residential and commercial tick control in the industry. Call us today to find out more about our service.