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’ 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