Tick Control

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Tick Control Service

In addition to mosquito control, many Mosquito Authority locations also offer tick control services. It’s important to protect everyone in your family – including your pets – from tick bites. Ticks are one of the most dangerous pests in North America. They spread diseases, like Lyme disease and Rocky Mountain Spotted fever, that can have serious, lifelong consequences.

Mosquito Authority wants to help you take back your yard and enjoy the outdoors without worrying about the dangers of tick bites. Our experts will assess, treat, and monitor your property so it remains tick-free. Our methods are backed by scientific research and over a decade of experience, and we’re passionate about keeping families safe from ticks and the diseases they carry.

When you choose tick control from Mosquito Authority, you’ll receive the same great customer experience and benefits that come with our mosquito control service:

  • No Ticks, GUARANTEED, or we'll cheerfully refund your money.
  • No Contracts, No Commitments. You can cancel anytime just by letting us know.
  • Superior customer service, every time.

Preventing Ticks in Your Yard

Lyme disease and other tick-borne diseases are on the rise in North America. In addition to professional tick control, there are several steps you can take to help create a "tick-free zone" on your property. According to the Centers for Disease Control, you should:

  • Remove leaf litter.
  • Clear tall grasses and brush around homes and at the edge of lawns.
  • Place a 3-ft wide barrier of wood chips or gravel between lawns and wooded areas to restrict tick migration into recreational areas.
  • Mow the lawn frequently.
  • Stack wood neatly in a dry area to discourage rodents.
  • Keep playground equipment, decks, and patios away from yard edges and trees.
  • Discourage unwelcome animals such as deer, raccoons, and stray dogs from entering your yard by constructing fences.
  • Remove old furniture, mattresses, or trash from the yard that may give ticks a place to hide.
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