Tick Pest Control and Extermination

Ticks are a common Pest in the outdoors. Ticks are more common in the wild and when humans and our pets visit these spaces we can get them to hitch hike to our living quarters. Or when wildlife starts to nest next to our dwellings, we can become exposed to their parasites too.

Ticks are blood sucking parasites, that is, they need to bite into the skin of a mammal and feed themselves in order to survive and reproduce. Female adults increase in length-size (from 6 mm to 13 mm) when they become fully engorged with blood. The female Ticks require greater blood intake as they have greater energy expenditure for egg production.

In any situation, indoors or outdoors, we employ insecticide Spray to get rid of Ticks.

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And Pests R Gone . . .

Pest Free Living™.

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Insecticides

Insecticides may be in the form of a Spray, Dust, or Fog. Characteristics of application of these methods are:

  • Pests are targeted directly by insecticides.

  • Pest nesting and hiding areas are treated.

  • Pest foraging and feeding spots are treated .

  • Pest entry and exit points are treated.

  • Pests egg laying spots are targeted.

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How to Prepare?

Please do following prep.

  • Clear out and Clean areas and spaces where Pests are seen.

  • Vacate property including pets before Insecticides Application.

  • Stay out for 4 hours.

  • Consider shutting down Air systems.

  • Insecticides Fog may falsely trigger smoke alarm.

  • Some insecticides may have a petro-chemicals like smell that lingers for a few days.