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Ticks and mosquitoes pose a serious threat to your family and your pets. Ticks commonly transmit Lyme Disease which is a bacterial disease that causes fever, headaches and fatigue. It can also spread to major organs, including the heart. Ticks are also vectors for other diseases including Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, Anaplasmosis and Babesiosis. Among other diseases, mosquitoes are vectors of West Nile Disease and Eastern Equine Encephalitis. Pro-Tech Lawn Care can help alleviate your fears. We offer comprehensive programs to control ticks, mosquitoes and other biting insects.
Tick Protection Program
Our Tick Protection Program is an effective way to help protect you, your family and your pets from the spread of Lyme disease and other diseases associated with these pests. Our program includes three targeted applications to your property throughput the course of the season. Tick treatments can begin as soon as the snow melts and applications can continue through the end of the fall.
Mosquito Protection Program
This comprehensive program is designed to provide your property with maximum protection from ticks, mosquitoes and other flying pests. This program includes monthly treatments throughout the active season. Throughout the season, our experienced technician may make recommendations on ways to further reduce the pest populations at your property, including eliminating standing water.
100% Natural Tick and Mosquito Program
This program is specifically designed for customers who desire a program to manage biting insects that is free from synthetic material. This program utilizes plant-based oils and beneficial bacteria to provide your property with effective reduction in nuisance biting insect activity without relying on synthetic materials.
Event Specific Tick and Mosquito Treatments
This service is a one-time treatment for outdoor events such as weddings, graduations, family reunions and holiday gatherings. Pro-Tech Lawn Care will treat your property several days prior to the event to reduce, and in most cases, eliminate the nuisance of biting insects during your special occasion.