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Small Pest, Big Threat

Ticks are not only a nuisance for New England homeowners, but they also pose many serious health risks for people and pets. One tick alone is annoying and potentially dangerous, but an infestation in your yard is an area of major concern. An individual female tick will lay thousands of eggs during spring, which will create a serious problem for your household if left unchecked.

Ticks are only a few millimeters in size and can be difficult to see. Some breeds live close to ground in tall grass or shrubs, and others live in trees and drop down on passing hosts. No matter how high or low ticks live, our experts at JP Pest Services are skilled at identifying these tiny creatures’ homes and neutralizing them with the appropriate treatments. Take back your yard this season with our Tick Control Program.

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Our Tick-Fighting Process

Our integrated, seasonal Tick Control Program safeguards your property by combining several control methods together to provide effective results; these methods can reduce tick populations by up to 90% all season long.

We use a synergistic blend of botanical oil extracts (rosemary oil, geraniol, and peppermint oil) combined with synthesized derivatives of naturally occurring pyrethrins found in the Chrysanthemum flower. When used together, these products deliver a fast knockdown plus long-lasting residual control, which is exactly what biting pest problems require for effective control.

Our seasonal Tick Control Program includes three treatments per season throughout spring, mid-summer, and fall. Treatments consist of perimeter applications using both a liquid and granular application. Other areas of the property will be treated as needed within the established perimeter.

Do You Need Mosquito And Tick Control?

Visit our mosquito control page for information on our dual fighting program.

Need More Tick Information?

Visit our pest library to learn about the two most common types of ticks found in New England.

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