Prepping for Summer Tick and Mosquito Season

Brother and sister playing with their small puppy in their mosquito-free yard.

Summer is almost here, and we know you’re excited to spend some time outside in the warm weather! However, with pleasant weather comes an increase in annoying pests – specifically ticks and mosquitos. Therefore, now is the time to start prepping to protect your property before these bothersome insects take control. Read on to find out more about these pests, and why you need tick control and mosquito control now.

How to Get Rid of Ticks

Ticks may be small, but they can carry a variety of harmful diseases including Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, Bartonella, Ehrlichiosis, and Lyme Disease (one of the most severe tick-borne illnesses). That’s why it’s important to get a handle on a possible tick problem before it becomes severe.

Why Do You Have Mosquitoes in Your Yard

Mosquitos collect blood from humans to make their eggs – and often leave behind itchy, painful bumps on the skin. In addition to these bites, mosquitos can transmit various dangerous viruses, such as Zika, encephalitis, and West Nile. Because mosquito populations typically increase during the summer, it’s best to start taking precautions before warm weather comes along.

Choose ProfExt for Tick and Mosquito Control This Summer

Mosquitos and ticks are both transmitters of viruses that can be dangerous to humans – and many of the diseases they cause are on the rise. Therefore, it is more important than ever to do everything you can to avoid their bites and lessen your chances of getting infected. ProfExt can help you keep ticks and mosquitos away from your property this summer through our Yard Protection Program. This plan includes initial, follow-up, and quarterly service that keeps your home or business protected from annoying pests. Don’t let pesky insects ruin your summer fun – contact ProfExt for pest control in CT to keep tick and mosquito populations at bay.

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