Tick-related illnesses are a major concern, as tens of thousands of people are affected yearly. Tick-borne diseases also affect dogs and cats, so your pets are at risk, too. Don't take any chances and eliminate ticks with a trusted Mosquito Squad treatment. For optimal results, we combine our trusted barrier spray with tick tubes; however, you can just request one treatment option if you prefer. Each home requires unique treatment, so feel free to call us and chat with a knowledgeable representative to find out how we can help you. If you're curious about the price, schedule a free yard evaluation and estimate with one of our specialists.
If your barrier spray doesn't offer the results you expect, we can re-spray your yard for free. If the second spray isn't satisfactory, or you don't want a re-spray, we will give you a full refund with no hassle, thanks to our satisfaction guarantee.
We can get rid of ninety to ninety-five percent of mature ticks with our traditional barrier spray. The EPA-approved spray solution kills ticks upon contact, and the time-released solution provides non-stop protection for twenty-one days. Better yet, the solution also eliminates other pests, including flies, fleas, wasps, gnats, and midges.
Are you looking for an all-natural treatment? Ask a Mosquito Squad specialist about our organic tick repellent, which gets rid of up to eighty percent of ticks for fourteen days.
Don't worry. We won't be in your yard for long. A normal-sized yard only takes fifteen to twenty minutes to spray. The solution dries in thirty minutes after application, and then you can safely return to your yard.
For optimal protection, we recommend ordering one of our spray programs. These programs offer multiple treatments every twenty-one days at reduced pricing. If you prefer, we're also able to construct a custom program for you.
While our barrier spray eliminates mature ticks, tick tubes focus on killing ticks in the early stages of life. The number of tick tubes we use depends on the size of your yard. These biodegradable tick tubes contain cotton with insecticide. Mice like to take the cotton and use it to build up their shelter, but as they touch the cotton, they get insecticide on their fur. Ticks often attack mice to feed on their blood. When the ticks interact with the insecticide-affected mice, the ticks are quickly killed.
For optimal results, have us set up tick tubes twice a year: once during spring and again toward the end of summer.