While the weather is becoming more pleasant and nearly everyone wants to enjoy spending relaxing time in their backyards, the threat of potentially disease-carrying ticks is still a very real threat. In fact, the number of reported cases of Lyme disease in the U.S. has tripled and the number of counties in the northeastern U.S. that are considered high-risk for Lyme disease has increased by more than 300%. With such a spike in the reported cases, the best course of action is to be proactive in regards to tick control in your yard.
As the tick control experts in New Hampshire, we want to inform you about news regarding ticks as well as provide you and your family with peace of mind when relaxing in your backyard. At Mosquito Squad, we believe you should be able to enjoy your backyard without having to worry about biting and stinging pests. Our comprehensive tick control treatments can reduce the tick population in your yard by up to 85-90%. Right now is the peak time for nymph blacklegged (deer) ticks; these same ticks are the main carrier of Lyme disease and are extremely hard to see.
So, put down the bug spray and call the professionals at Mosquito Squad. We will come to your home, walk your property and identify high-risk areas for ticks and then treat. Once we’ve applied our barrier application, we will return every 21 days to reapply. By doing so, we will constantly eliminate ticks on contact and eliminate ticks that end up in your yard afterward. Our microencapsulated barrier application will withstand the rain and you won’t notice any strong odor.
96% of Lyme disease cases occur in just 14 states, such as : Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virginia, and Wisconsin. In order to keep you yard free of ticks and other biting and stinging pests, all you have to do is contact the professionals at Mosquito Squad of New Hampshire.
You can get in touch with us anytime by calling us at (603) 301-4857. We look forward to hearing from you soon!