Did you see ticks jumping around the yard while you recently went to throw the trash out? Once you’ve noticed ticks in your home, you already have an infestation on your hands. These pests multiply quickly, and their bites don’t hurt, so they’re able to feed on dogs and other animals without being caught. If you’re trying to rid your yard of ticks, don’t waste time with poor-quality store-bought products. Reach out to the Mosquito Squad for a professional treatment that gets results. After ordering our dual-step tick control treatment, you’ll likely see a near 100 percent reduction in ticks, and they won’t return as long as you receive periodic maintenance.
We use our popular traditional barrier spray treatment to get rid of up to 90 percent of adult ticks. The results after a spray last for up to three weeks, assuming the weather conditions aren’t too hectic. We use a safe solution that won’t damage your plants or harm your children or pets, yet we still take care to avoid spraying flowering plants and trees. You don’t have to be home while we’re spraying. Assuming you’re away from home enjoying our life, we’ll leave a notice of completion so that you know when it’s safe to return to the yard. The spray we use dries in a half-hour, allowing you to return to the yard shortly.
Another popular option is our organic barrier spray, using our in-house solution that we produce with essential oils. This moderate treatment repels—but doesn’t aim to kill—65 to 85 percent of ticks and repels many other pests, too. Because the ingredients are gentler than our traditional spray, the results last for up to 14 days before another spray is needed.
Our biodegradable tick tubes offer up to six months of protection against nymph ticks, and the tubes have a cumulative effect, so you’ll see superior results as time goes by. When combined with barrier sprays, our complete pest treatment gets rid of over 90 percent of ticks.
We place tick tubes in hidden locations around the yard, so you and your family don’t have to worry about stepping on them. Each tube features cotton with insecticide that mice grab to build shelter. Upon touching the cotton, the insecticide enters the mice’s’ bloodstream. Young ticks target mice as their first blood meal, so when nymph ticks bite the mice that have touched the cotton, they’re eliminated.
Our tick tubes are an essential part of your tick treatment, as a single female tick can lay thousands of eggs at once. This means that the chances of an infestation developing is fairly high unless the young tick population is handled.