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Like mosquitoes, ticks are transmitters, or vectors of disease. Mosquito-borne disease is extremely serious, but affects only a few thousand individuals in the United States each year. Tick-borne diseases, on the other hand, afflict tens of thousands.

Unlike mosquitoes, ticks do not grab a blood meal and carry on their way. Using beak-like projections, Ticks can plunge into the skin of their host, and depending on its type, a tick can feed unnoticed on a host’s blood for hours, days, or even weeks. To reduce the risk of ticks on your property, you can utilize our professional tick control services.

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Mosquito Squad repels ticks and other outdoor pests through regular barrier protection treatments. Less than an hour for application and curing, a single professional grade treatment will protect your family for up to 21 Days. We offer a variety of packages to fit your specific needs, and each of our treatments are backed with our no hassle, money back guarantee.

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Tick Tube

Mosquito Squad's tick tubes control tick populations primarily by relying upon the instincts of mice. Tick tubes contain a cotton that has been treated with an EPA registered insecticide. This insecticide is specifically designed to target and eliminate tick populations. After tick tubes have been introduced to the mice natural environment, they collect the treated cotton for bedding materials. The mice deliver the cotton directly to their nest getting the insecticide on the their fur and turning them into mobile tick exterminators.

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Lyme Disease

Named after the town in Connecticut in which it was first discovered, Lyme disease is the most prevalent tick-borne disease in the United States. There have be diagnosed cases in all states except Hawaii with nearly 30,000 cases reported by the Centers for Disease Control each year. If diagnosed in the early stages, Lyme disease responds well to a variety of antibiotics. Unfortunately, Lyme is not the easiest disease to diagnose. The telltale bull’s eye rash is only one of the many symptoms common to Lyme disease. Other symptoms include fever, fatigue, and joint pain.


Although it can affect humans, ehrlichiosis is most commonly found in deer and dogs. The bacteria kills white blood cells which can cause headaches and fatigue. Luckily, Ehrlichiosis is easily treated with a series of antibiotics.