Fortunately, Mosquito Squad picks up the slack where the government falls behind, and with our signature barrier treatment, you’re protected from both mosquitoes and ticks in your yard by nearly 90% for up to 21 days at a time — guaranteed. But if it’s specific protection from ticks that you’re looking for, our Woburn tick control goes above and beyond the standard barrier treatment to make sure ticks in every stage of life are eliminated. And we enlist the help of some furry friends.
Just like our mosquito treatment, we treat the perimeter of your yard first with our traditional barrier spray, working from the perimeter of your yard inward, being sure to cover all surface areas, including pieces where ticks like to hang out, like tall grass, leaf piles, wood piles, and generally anywhere they’d be likely to hitch a ride on any unsuspecting host walking by. A barrier treatment alone will eliminate nearly 90% of adult ticks on contact and continue to eliminate them for up to three weeks, but then we go a step further to make sure ticks in their younger life stages are eliminated, too.
Enter tick tubes.
These are small, biodegradable tubes that are stuffed with cotton treated with permethrin, a mild insecticide. Contrary to their name, “deer ticks,” the ones primarily responsible for Lyme disease, don’t feed off deer most of the time. In their larval and nymph stages, most deer ticks actually get their blood meal from small mammals in your yard, specifically mice, squirrels, and rabbits. These critters love to take the cotton back to their nests to make them nice and cozy, and when they do so, the permethrin rubs off on their fur. Not to worry — it’s harmless to them, but to ticks it’s fatal. When a young tick tries to take a bite out of one of these small animals, they get exposed to the chemical and die off.
By implementing tick tubes, we’re both halting the life cycle of the tick population in your yard and giving the critters some insulation for their homes. And for you — it gives you the peace of mind knowing that the chances of you getting infected with a tick-borne disease in your yard are reduced drastically. Mosquito Squad’s Woburn tick control is nearly 90% effective for up to 21 days, making it the best on the market.
We firmly stand behind our products and services, and even use them ourselves. However, if there’s any reason you’re not satisfied, we’ll either give your yard another application or offer your money back — no questions asked. But we know you probably want to do your research before deciding on a company, so we encourage you to click the Google graphic on the right to read over 200 reviews of Mosquito Squad of Central Massachusetts from local homeowners who have used our services.
It’s time to take back your yard while keeping your family safe from the dangers of bug-borne diseases. For the most effective, longest-lasting Woburn tick control, contact Mosquito Squad today. Give us a call at 978-315-5811 or fill out our contact form to sign up. We look forward to helping you fight the bite!
If you are not completely satisfied with your mosquito or tick control treatment, contact us within 21 days of that treatment for a re-spray at no additional charge, or a 100% refund of that treatment.
All of Mosquito Squad’s products are EPA-registered, but we understand that there are some people who won’t settle for anything less than 100% natural. That’s why we developed an all-natural barrier treatment solution that is based on essential oils and mixed in-house. It is applied to your yard the same way as our traditional barrier treatment — with a special mist-blower backpack.
Like the traditional formula, our all-natural solution eliminates bugs on contact, but after it’s dry (about 30 minutes) it acts like a repellant, essentially confusing and “chasing” the bugs away. It’s a slightly less potent treatment than our traditional formula, but customers who elect this method report around 80% reduction of yard pests. Because of its botanical makeup, the all-natural formula breaks down a little faster than the traditional, therefore we recommend re-application every two weeks instead of three.