Flea & Tick Management

While in the immature stages, deer ticks pass the Lyme Disease bacteria to and from the mice and other animals they feed on.

We can protect against disease carrying pests

Where Do Ticks Live?

Ticks thrive in the cool, wet forests. Tree cover provides shade and protection, while low brush and leaf litter are ideal hiding spots. In their larval stage, they must have a blood meal to survive. Ticks share the same habitats as mice, birds, and deer because the pests use them as hosts.

Adult ticks climb tall grasses or bushes and reach out (Quest) with their front limbs until they can catch hold of an animal or person. The pest latches onto fur or clothing and then moves around the body to find an optimal feeding site. Then, the tick burrows its barbed mouthparts into the host’s skin to feed.

Ticks also hide in woodpiles, overgrown fields, and unkempt tree lines. Although they prefer the woods, the pests can enter homes or businesses on pets, clothes, and lawn equipment.

Avoiding Tick Habitats

To prevent ticks from infesting your property, keep lawns mowed and remove piles of leaves and grass clippings from the yard. Some ticks can transmit serious illnesses like Lyme disease, and Rocky Mountain spotted fever. Contact us if you think you have a tick problem in or around your home or business.

Our Flea & Tick Management Approach

Our Tick program consists of 3 highly targeted visits to properties. These treatments target specific tick harboring sites and vegetative areas within your property lines such as bushes, shrubs, lawn areas, and perimeter vegetation areas. These are the primary areas you will find ticks “questing” (waiting for passerby’s). Using our customized equipment, designed specifically to manage landscape pests, we will protect you and your loved ones. The key is to penetrate areas of thick vegetation where ticks wait for an unsuspecting blood meal—4 ft. to 5 ft. in height off the ground. Since we live in Maine, wildlife may pass through your property lines. Tick deposits can occur in your landscape. Our program will protect your landscape all season with only three visits. The goal is to manage what may already be in your landscape and manage them for the season so you can enjoy the outdoors without significant concerns. There is no odor with our treatments. It’s naturally derived and, depending on environmental factors, typically lasts up to 30 days.

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  • Lawn Care Services 90% 90%
  • Pest Management Services 45% 45%
  • Vegetation Management Services 25% 25%


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