Give Mom The Gift of Mosquito Control & Tick Control: Become Her Favorite

Do you order your Mom the same bouquet of her favorite tulips each Mother’s Day? Are you looking to make this year’s Mothers Day one that will be remembered as the best one ever? If you are looking to out-do your siblings and more importantly give your Mother a gift that will truly transform her life, consider mosquito & tick control service from Mosquito Squad of Leominster.

The Gift of Tick Control

From Gloucester to Andover and everywhere along the North Shore of Massachusetts the ticks are out in droves. Give the Mother in your life a reprieve from picking them off the dog and checking herself each day with tick control service by Mosquito Squad for her well-deserved Mothers Day gift this year. Our tick control service will allow your Mom to enjoy gardening, relaxing, playing with the kids in the yard and enjoying her outdoor space without worry of tick-borne diseases like Lyme Disease. Gift the season and you’re Mom will enjoy a tick-free summer she’ll cherish forever.

Protect Your Mother-to-be With Mosquito Control for Mother’s Day

Whether you’re in Boxford, Rockport, Newburyport or anywhere else in the North Shore, you’re likely hearing about the potential for the Zika Virus to come to the area this mosquito season. If you’re expecting a baby or know someone who is, you probably have a few concerns. With Zika causing serious birth defects, Mothers-to-be in the area are taking extra precautions to avoid mosquitoes and mosquito bites. If the Mother in your life is expecting, give her the gift of peace-of-mind with mosquito control from Mosquito Squad of the North Shore. Our traditional barrier treatment will eliminate up to 90% of the mosquitoes in her yard, lasting for up to 3 weeks. Sign her up for the season and we’ll come back and treatment every 2-3 weeks automatically. Give the expecting Mother in your life a healthy outdoor lifestyle with lower risk for Zika infection.

Call today. Mother’s Day is this weekend if you wait any longer the only thing left on the shelf will be a beat up card and a wilting bouquet of flowers.