Family and Pet Friendly Flea and Tick Treatments
Fleas and Ticks can both spread diseases to your family and pets. Our treatments are both pet and child friendly and are extremely effective in preventing and killing these unwanted bugs, especially in the summer months.
Get Flea Treatment for Your Home and Yard
If you’ve ever forgotten your pet’s flea meds and found yourself dealing with a scratching dog and fleas in your home, or even worse on your couch, in your bed and through your carpet, you know how important flea treatments are for your yard.
Our monthly and seasonal flea treatment packages will help you control fleas in yard, especially in the areas your pets play. Our treatment is safe for pets and humans. And if you do find that your furry friend has brought some unwanted guests inside, we can treat your home, typically getting rid of the fleas in one session.
Need to control fleas in between treatments? Vacuum your carpet, upholstery, pet bedding and anywhere your pet lays and empty the canister outside every time you do so!
Tick Control to Help Prevent Tick-Borne Illnesses
Our Tick treatment plans help you control ticks in your yard and around your business so you can rest easy when you spend time outdoors. The illnesses that can be spread by ticks are well known and our customers know that spraying for ticks consistently helps them protect their loved ones.
Our tick control options give you the choice to have one- time treatments or monthly sprays. We can also assess your environment to determine ways to make your yard less tick-friendly so you keep away all species of ticks found in Pennsylvania.
How to Avoid Ticks
Know where to expect ticks. Ticks live in moist and humid environments, particularly in or near wooded or grassy areas. You may come into contact with ticks during outdoor activities around your home or when walking through vegetation such as leaf litter or shrubs. And always check yourself, your family and your pets for ticks shortly after going indoors.
Landscape with these plants that are said to repel ticks:
- pyrethrum (type of crysanthemum)
- American beautyberry