Are pests holding your backyard captive? You're not alone. There are many people who barely use their backyard for many pest-related reasons. Some folks are worried about contracting Zika, West Nile, Dengue, malaria, yellow fever, chikungunya, or some other dangerous virus from a mosquito bite. Some are concerned about getting a deer tick on their skin and contracting Lyme disease. Some people have an allergy to bee or wasp stings and avoid being in their backyard for fear of being stung. These are only a few of the many reasons people stop using their backyard. But we say, "Take your backyard back!"
Are you worried about mosquitoes? You can worry less if you have mosquito abatement services. Studies have shown that mosquitoes rarely travel more than 300 yards in their entire lifespan. The mosquitoes that are biting you in your backyard were probably born in your backyard. But some mosquitoes can travel long distances, and for families dealing with these biting pests, we also offer misting services that create ongoing control of mosquito hiding places in your yard.
Are you worried about ticks? We understand. Lyme disease is only one of many tick-related diseases that cause persistent health problems. But, you don't have to let your yard be held hostage by ticks. There are many ways to reduce ticks through the implementation of professional pest control. And ongoing pest services has another effect on tick-related illness. When your home is protected from rodent invasion, it prevents mice and rats from bringing ticks into your home on their bodies.
Are you worried about stinging pests? Wasps can establish nests both high and low. Yellow jackets are prone to creating nests in holes that have been dug out by other animals. When they do, you can find yourself in a bit of a pickle when you mow your lawn and cause a vibration in the ground. Ongoing pest control can prevent this. Your pest technician will locate and remove wasp and bees nests and help you isolate factors that may be drawing these insects onto your property. Fewer stinging pests is good even if you aren't allergic to them.
What is keeping you from enjoying your backyard? Let us know. There is a good chance we have a solution that will help you take your backyard back. Speak to us live, right here on our website, and get fast answers to your questions, or schedule service for your home today. You don't have to let pests ruin your spring--not when there are so many ways to keep those pests under control.