Battle deer ticks and other disease-carrying ticks with a multi-step treatment plan from the Mosquito Squad. Ticks are frustrating to deal with, and they carry a large number of dangerous diseases that can cause serious harm to your family. We offer a two-step treatment plan that gets rid of almost all the ticks in your yard and keeps them away. Learn more about how we can help you by calling us up or fill out the contact form on our homepage. We offer free price quotes via telephone, and we can visit your home and evaluate your yard for a more accurate quote.
A traditional barrier spray or all-natural spray is the first step toward a practically pest-free home. We’ll apply a solution around the border of the yard, in addition to places that ticks gather, such as tall grass and along your tree line. This process takes less than 30 minutes for most people, and once we finish, you can return to the yard in a half-hour. Expect to see a nearly 100 percent drop in ticks, as well as a big drop in other pests, including mosquitoes. Our traditional spray lasts for up to three weeks, assuming the weather conditions are fair.
Our all-natural barrier spray is great for those seeking an eco-friendly solution. It works just like a traditional treatment, but it repels ticks and pests, while not trying to kill them. An organic spray repels a bit over 80 percent of ticks and continues to work for up to 14 days.
Our money-back guarantee covers both types of sprays. Notify us within 14 to 21 days—depending on which treatment you select—and we’ll issue a refund without asking any questions. If you prefer, we can respray the yard. Assuming the respray doesn’t give you the results that we promised, you’re still entitled to a refund.
Our barrier spray eliminates most adult ticks, but there are still young ticks to worry about. Female ticks can lay up to 3,000 eggs at once, making nymph ticks a serious problem. First, we treat all tick-breeding areas to get rid of young ticks. Next, we set tick tubes across your yard to transform mice into mobile tick exterminators.
You may be wondering how we get mice to kill ticks. Well, inside each biodegradable tick tube is insecticide-treated cotton, which mice take to create shelter. Nymph ticks love feeding on mice, so they go around and bite the mice that have encountered the insecticide, and this leads to the young ticks being killed quickly.