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Ensuring that children don't get Lyme Disease in their own backyard

Our Guarantee: Nature is unpredictable. For our customers on seasonal contracts, if at anytime between your regularly scheduled
Tick and Mosquito service you have any problems with theses pests, simply give us a call and we will treat your backyard free of charge.

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Mosquito Control

Mosquitoes are more than just an annoyance; they're responsible for over a million human fatalities worldwide every year.

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Tick Control

Lyme Disease, transmitted by deer ticks, is the fastest growing vector borne disease in the US today! Learn more about tick control.

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Stink Bug Control

While there is no way to completely prevent stinkbugs, we can help control them. Ask us about our Stink Bug program!

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Green Indoor Pest Control

We provide preventative treatment for your home for the pests most commonly found in and around your house.

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Standing Water: Breeding Ground for Mosquitoes

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Babesiosis Blood Problem

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Tiny Troublesome Ticks

As we approach the first months of fall it’s worth taking a moment to appreciate what we hope for you has been a limited ‘pest’ summer. We hope you have not been subjected to too many irritations from the likes […]

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