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GUARANTEED
PEST CONTROL

We'll do whatever it takes to solve your tick problem. Including coming back at no costs, until pests are gone. If you're not 100% satisfied, we'll give you your money back.1

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WE'VE GOT YOU COVERED:

  • Our trained technicians will protect your home and family against pests2

  • Technicians are available to service your home quickly

  • We have more than 85 years of experience treating pests and termites

  • 100% satisfaction or your money back


COVERAGE INCLUDES:

CLOTHES MOTHS
COCKROACHES
"HOUSE" ANTS
MICE
RATS
SCORPIONS
SILVERFISH
SPIDERS
(non poisonous)

PESTS ARE NO MATCH FOR OUR 100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEE.1

  • We'll do whatever it takes, including coming back at no cost, until pests are gone
  • If you're not 100% satisfied, we'll give you your money back

1:INITIAL VISIT

One of our friendly technicians will treat the inside and outside of your home.

2:FULL YEAR OF SERVICE

We'll come out to treat your home every quarter, for a total of four treatments.

3:AFTER FIRST YEAR

Your exterior treatments will continue for as long as you keep your plan.

WE’LL PUT TICK PROBLEMS BEHIND YOU.

With expertly trained technicians and more than 85 years of experience treating pests and termites, we’ll make sure you’re protected against pests.

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ALL ABOUT TICKS

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Ticks feed on the blood of animals and may live in close association with their hosts. They’re part of the larger informal category of biting pests.

When ticks bite a person, the body reacts to proteins injected during feeding. This reaction will often be seen as a red, raised area that may itch. It’s not uncommon for the skin reaction to remain visible for a few days, but in extreme cases, the effect can be felt for much longer. The severity of the reaction will vary according to the sensitivity of the person’s immune system.

Behavior

Ticks attach themselves for a period of time, and then drop off their host to lay eggs. They require a blood meal at each stage of life in order to grow. The female tick must engorge herself with blood to obtain the nourishment necessary to produce the thousands of eggs she lays. Despite the large number of eggs produced, only a small percentage will make it to maturity.

Ticks do not embed their entire head into a host, only the mouthparts. To keep the blood from clotting, the tick will inject an anti-clogging agent.

Important Note: If you develop a reddish rash around the site of a tick bite, suffer arthritis-like pain in one or more joints or have flu-like symptoms that come and go after recently being bitten by a tick, see your physician.