Increase The Comfort And Safety Of Your Yard With Tick And Mosquito Control
It’s hard to enjoy the great outdoors when your swatting away mosquitoes or concerned about ticks. Ticks and mosquitoes feed on animal and human blood and put you and your pets at risk for diseases like Lyme, West Nile virus, or Eastern Equine Encephalitis. Available for Long Island property owners, Suburban Exterminating offers tick and mosquito control solutions to increase the comfort and enjoyment of your yard. Our state-certified, licensed technicians provide treatments every 3 to 4 weeks for mosquitoes and every 6 to 8 weeks for ticks. Suburban Exterminating technicians are fully trained and committed to providing you with a customized program to meet your needs.
Ticks come into your yard by infested warm blooded animals like rodents, birds, raccoon, cats, or other wildlife. Once on your property, the ticks simply wait for you or a pet to come close enough to jump on and begin feeding.
Treatments using both granular and liquid materials is the most effective option for reducing the number of ticks in your yard. Pesticides are applied every 6 to 8 weeks depending on your landscaping.
Learn more about the 2 kinds of ticks found on Long Island here >>
Mosquito bites are not only annoying and itchy, but can spread West Nile virus or possible Zika virus.
Suburban Exterminating mosquito treatments are derived from natural green products, making them desirable for use around kids, pets, and adults. Mosquito treatments are recommended every 3 to 4 weeks. We also offer a one-time service, or “party spray”, which can be applied 24-48 hours before a big event.
On Long Island, residents have always had to deal with the Culex pipens mosquito but more recently, the Asian tiger mosquito started showing up. Find out more about these pests here >>
Call Suburban Exterminating and Enjoy Your Backyard
Let us spray to reduce the number of ticks or mosquitoes invading your yard. Call us today to learn more about our Seasonal Pest Protection Plan for your home!