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Mosquito & Tick Control

Protect Your Family with Massachusetts Mosquito and Tick Control

We offer a variety of mosquito and tick spray programs that provide superb mosquito and tick control for Massachusetts homeowners all season long. Our plans are affordable and effective, leaving you and your family comfortable, safer while not breaking the bank. Organic only treatments are available.

Mosquito and Tick Control Programs

  • One Time Treatment $99
  • Five Treatments  $250
  • Full Season Control $450

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Mosquitoes are the most formidable transmitters of disease in the animal kingdom. Several of the most severe diseases (human and other) have the potential to be spread by mosquitoes include malaria, encephalitis, yellow fever, dog heartworm, human elephantiasis, and West Nile virus.

More information on Mosquito & Tick Control:

Massachusetts logs second human case of EEE this season
‘One-Third Who Contract It Die,’ Plymouth County Official Warns Everyone To Take EEE Seriously
Massachusetts’ EEE-carrying mosquito population appears to be ‘robust’
Fourth Person Dies Of EEE In Massachusetts This Season
3rd Person Dies Of EEE In Massachusetts
Are we out of the woods yet with mosquitoes and EEE? If not, when?
Tick Updates From the UMass Laboratory of Medical Zoology (LMZ) – A free live webinar Oct 9, sponsored by UMass Extension
Deadly EEE Virus Hits 9th Person In Bay State This Summer
West Nile Virus Hits First Victim Of 2019
EEE Threat Level Raised To Critical In 4 Massachusetts Towns
Massachusetts Woman Dies After Contracting EEE
4th human EEE case confirmed in Massachusetts; woman reported to have virus dies
Ticks: They’re not just for hikers anymore
It’s time to take Lyme seriously
Plymouth County man tests positive for Eastern equine encephalitis in first Mass. case since 2013
These 30 MA Communities Have Elevated EEE Mosquito Virus Risk: DPH
Summer is right around the corner, and you know what that means! The other serious illnesses you need to worry about
Best defenses against ticks as peak season arrives
Experts warn of potential ‘tick apocalypse’ as spring approaches
Warm, spring weather means tick season is here
Robust ticks now a year-round problem in New England, even in the winter

One of the most beautiful times of year—the tail end of spring and the beginning of summer—can also be one of the most annoying. Right after your winter bleached skin gets its first sunburn, you can be sure you’ll receive your first mosquito bite as well. So how do you know that you need mosquito control in MA?

Summertime is right around the corner—if it’s not here already. Are you behind on your MA mosquito control commitment?

There are many different kinds of illnesses that mosquitoes can transmit. On top of the vast list of illnesses that you can get from a mosquito, ticks and other insects can also bring you harm.

If you would like to assist in removing the pests from your property, try out natural lawn care programs in MA for mosquito control!

Here is a fun idea for Massachusetts mosquito control! It will certainly lower the amount of mosquitoes buzzing around your property, however many there may be.

At AllGreen World we specialize in looking out for the natural environment. Our MA mosquito control sprays are 100% friendly to vegetation and animals in the environment.

A general list of the advantages of using professional mosquito control services in the Massachusetts area.

A list of the most commonly asked questions regarding mosquito control.

At what point in MA mosquito control are you beginning to do more harm than good? Some bug sprays are could be more of a hazard to your health than pests and mosquitoes.

Eastern Equine Encephalitis Virus, also known as triple-E, or (EEEV), is transmitted to humans through mosquitos. Mosquito control in Massachusetts has been rising annually in awareness due to children and citizens becoming sick with viruses.

Mosquitos are active from Summertime to the first hard frost and with mosquitos comes West Nile. This article will provide you with the information you need to not only protect yourself from west nile, but also to recognize the symptoms.