Protect Your Family and Pets from Mosquitos, Ticks and Lyme Disease

According to Mt Sinai, about 95% of Lyme disease cases occur in 14 states. New Jersey is one of those states.

Lyme disease is acquired from ticks picked up during activities around the home. Children, pets, and adults are at risk when playing, gardening, or exploring in the yard. Ticks thrive in grassy areas that have low sunlight and high humidity.

What is Lyme Disease? It is an inflammatory disease caused by bacteria that are transmitted by ticks. It is characterized at first by a rash, headache, fever, and chills, and later by possible arthritis and neurological and cardiac disorders.

When it’s time to enjoy the outdoors again, you want your family and pets to have fun and be free from the possibility of tick bites. Be proactive and create a tick-safe backyard. To reduce your risk, look to our five-step application program – it is the best defense to protect your family.

Our 5-Step Program

We apply our custom-formulated blend to your lawn and wood lining areas. Applications are done from April through August.

What You Need to Know About Mosquitos

Mosquitos don’t need blood to live. Their main energy source is nectar from plants. But females must consume blood before they can lay eggs, so only females bite. Females live on average: 7 – 10 days. The Female will lay eggs 2-3 times in a lifetime. Mosquitos are attracted to heat and aromas. Asian Tiger is the top-biting mosquito in NJ. It’s active from mid-summer to October.

Our program helps eradicate mosquitos from your home.

Sign up for our Flea and Tick Program now!

Treatments starting as low as $75.00, per application. Actual price will be determined by amount of plant life on property.

What Do Ticks Look Like?

What Do Mosquitos Look Like?