Flea and Tick Control for
Hunterdon & Somerset County Lawns
Eliminate Dangerous Fleas and Ticks
Fleas and ticks thrive in New Jersey’s warm, humid weather: reproducing and multiplying quickly. If you live near a wooded area, ticks have an even better chance of infesting your property. Unfortunately, these tiny pests are more than just a nuisance; they carry and transmit dangerous diseases to their animal and human hosts. Many homeowners treat their pets for fleas and ticks, but fail to treat the yard. Because of this, the reproductive cycle continues, pests hitch a ride on yard dwellers, and the problem lingers.
At Whole 9 Yards, our technicians are certified in eco-friendly pest control methods. Providing specialized treatment that prevents the spread of ticks and fleas, we help you protect your family and decrease the risk of disease.
Benefits of Whole 9 Yards Flea and Tick Treatment
As with all of our lawn and landscape care services, we customize flea and tick treatments to meet the unique needs of your property. Program goals include controlling the existing pest population and preventing future infestations, and advantages of this treatment program include:
- Comprehensive coverage. Ticks and fleas can reside in grass, shrubs, trees, landscape beds, woodpiles, leaf litter, and more. We take all of these areas into account, treating your yard with a holistic approach.
- Elimination & future control. It is our goal to eliminate the pests living in your yard now, and prevent the spread of future populations by implementing a routine treatment program.
- Health & safety. You should feel safe when pets and children are playing in your yard. Our flea and tick treatment reduces the chance of contracting Lyme disease and other infections from bites.
Schedule New Jersey Flea and Tick Control
If fleas and ticks have taken over your yard and are impacting your ability to enjoy the outdoors, call the Whole 9 Yards’ team at 908.788.7998 today. Eliminating pests and creating a barrier to prevent future infestation, our flea and tick control services allow you to enjoy the beauty of your lawn—all summer long.