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Do you like spending time outside in the spring and summer?
While your family and pets enjoy the great outdoors that is Ontario, ticks may be there too, waiting in the grass or bushes till an animal or human comes their way.
Ticks are responsible for transmitting many diseases such as Lyme disease, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, Tick Paralysis and more. Of all arthropodic insects, ticks spread the largest array of disease-causing organisms.
Not all ticks carry disease but there is no discernible way of knowing if the ticks in your area are clean or not.
Ticks can also enter within homes, especially if there are bushes along the outide of the house. Closing any crevices or gaps and keeping grass cut short outside may discourage ticks from climbing along walls. The disposal of empty bird and rodent nesting materials is also important, as ticks are often found in these animal structures.
Ticks also can get inside homes by hitchhiking inside on pets, people or attaching to our clothing.
Treatment for ticks is covered under the same treatment as for fleas and vice versa.
Our special, effective formula is proven to help eliminate your annoying bugs so you can enjoy your backyard. This tick control formula:
Our flea & tick control package gives you relief all summer for only $89+tax per treatment for lot sizes up to 10,000 square feet. Please contact us to get a quick, accurate quote for your property.
Treatment normally involves spraying your property and surrounding landscape (shrubbery, trees, long grass, under decks and other hot spots) with our special formula every 3-4 weeks (depending on the weather- amount of rainfall).
The potential transmission of Lyme disease is the most important reason why tick control and prevention is a necessity for homeowners.
The removal of ticks from your yard will help ensure that you and your pets do not get a potential debilitating disease that can affect you your entire life.
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