TICK SPRAYING IS THE MOST EFFECTIVE WAY TO PROTECT THE ONES YOU LOVE.

With tick and mosquito-borne diseases spreading in Connecticut,  tick control services in Greenwich are becoming more of a priority among homeowners than ever before. Fortunately, Tick Control, LLC is a premier tick spraying company with specialists who are dedicated to protecting your family from deer ticks, dog ticks, and the risks of Lyme disease.

 

Our trucks use high-pressure truck-mounted sprayers with only the very best commercial-grade pesticides. Our first priority is your family's safety and therefore, we tailor a tick removal plan to match the specific needs of your property. We understand that ensuring safe and effective tick control is important to your health and, for that reason, all of our technicians are properly trained, and hold proper licensing and up-to-date certifications. We deliver quality products, offer natural pesticides upon request, and maintain properly calibrated tick spraying equipment at all times.

 

Tick Control, LLC delivers the finest products and service you can find at the lowest prices possible. Your family deserves protection and only the very best tick control. We strive to deliver it!  And yes, our tick sprays are very safe for pets! Our phone number is (888) 910-8425.

TICK CONTROL, LLC  IS DIFFERENT THAN OTHER TICK CONTROL COMPANIES IN GREENWICH, CT

We are tick spraying specialists who understand how to get rid of ticks in your yard.  Our business is set on making your family's health and safety our top priority. If you're serious about preventing ticks, there is no other tick service like Tick Control, LLC.

 

 

DO YOU HAVE A TICK INFESTATION IN YOUR YARD?

We can help! Deer ticks and dog tick are no match for our highly-trained professionals.  We offer the safest, most thorough and effective service money can buy.  We use only quality name-brand tick control products paired with commercial high-pressure tick sprayers. The end result is protection at every inch of your backyard. 

 

IS THERE TICK CONTROL NEAR ME?

Do you provide tick control for acreage in my town? Yes! Not only does Tick Control, LLC serve Greenwich but we also serve Fairfield County and New Haven County. 

 

WHAT AREAS OF GREENWICH DO YOU SERVICE?

Tick Control, LLC services Cos Cob, Riverside, Old Greenwich, Conyers Farm, Belle Haven, Back-Country, Glenville, Byram Shore, Byram, and Mid-Country.

 

WHAT OTHER TOWNS DO YOU SERVICE?

We offer tick spraying to the following towns:  GreenwichNew CanaanDarien,Westport, Fairfield, Norwalk, Stamford, Wilton, Weston, Trumbull, Stratford, NewtownOrange, Milford, Monroe, Easton, Redding, Ridgefield, Shelton, Oxford, Seymour,  and Southbury.

THE DANGERS OF TICKS ON YOUR DOG

Many pet owners aren’t aware of the dangers ticks pose. Ticks are second only to mosquitoes in airborne insects that spread infectious diseases. These airborne tick and mosquito diseases are becoming more commonplace in Connecticut. By educating yourself on the harmful effects of ticks, you can take steps to prevent these dangers.

 

Harmful Effects for You and Your Pet

What are some of the risks ticks pose to you and your dog? Ticks are parasites, they need a host to feed from. They’re usually found in outdoor, grassy areas. Not only do ticks cause a great deal of discomfort for your pets, but they can also carry infectious diseases. Some of the most common are Lyme disease, Ehrlichiosis, Anaplasmosis, and Rocky Mountain spotted fever.


There’s little evidence to support dogs with Lyme disease passing it directly to their owners. Disease-carrying ticks can detach from your dog inside your home or in your yard, though, increasing the chances you could be bitten by the tick as well. Once female ticks have filled themselves on your dog’s blood, they will detach and are ready to lay eggs in the nearby surroundings – including your home or yard.


Signs of Ticks and Treatment

There are a couple of things to look out for if you suspect your pet has ticks. Check your dog’s fur for ticks after you’ve walked outdoors. Run your hands along your dog’s skin searching for bumps, particularly near the ears, head, armpits, groin, feet, and neck. One sign that a dog has ticks on its head is if the dog shakes its head excessively. Double-check scabs on your dog’s body, too. If the tick is removed, either by your dog licking it off or it detaches itself, a scab will form.


If you spot a dog tick, do not try to remove it with your fingernails. Veterinarians advise using a special hooked tool, called a “tick twister”, specially designed for this purpose. You might also contact your vet directly. If you notice signs of a tick bite in your dog – fatigue, loss of appetite, or vomiting – consider calling the vet. 

 

If a tick bite goes unnoticed, it may be several months before your dog shows symptoms of sudden lameness or severe pain. Joints can often swell, become hot, and painful upon movement. Your pet may even strike a fever and/or become lethargic. In more severe cases, depression can be apparent and your dog may be reluctant to move. Lameness may recur after a period of recovery lasting several weeks.


How to Prevent Tick Bites on Your Dog

To ensure ticks stay away from you and your dog, choose tick spraying services. Tick spraying experts like Tick Control, LLC can carefully employ pesticides around your home to prevent ticks from infecting you and your loved ones.

 

A few other tips for preventing ticks are wearing suitable clothes when walking outside with your dog, spraying insect repellent, having a friend or family member check you for ticks after you’ve been walking in a tick-dense area, and grooming your dog thoroughly.

 

Counter the Risks of Dog Ticks

If you’re aware of the adverse effects ticks will have on you and your pet, you can take action to prevent it. Grant yourself some peace of mind with tick spraying. You, your family, and your furry friend are worth it.

TICK CONTROL SERVICES IN GREENWICH: 

WHEN YOU SEE OUR TREE, YOU CAN REST ASSURED KNOWING THAT YOU ARE RECEIVING ONLY THE HIGHEST QUALITY TICK SPRAYING SERVICE FOR YOUR YARD.

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Our state-of-the-art trucks are outfitted with only the highest quality tick sprayers and are used for the sole purpose of tick prevention. At TICK CONTROL, LLC, formulas are precisely measured and thoroughly mixed to ensure a safe, effective and eco-friendly pesticide application every time. You will never receive a treatment that is too watered down or dangerously over-potent and we are not in a race when we get to your home. We take our time and apply a thorough tick control treatment.  Our professionally trained staff is educated, knowledgeable, friendly and mindful of your property and safety.  We take pride in our work so you could enjoy peace of mind.

TICK AND LYME DISEASE PREVENTION YOU CAN TRUST.

 

DID YOU KNOW?  LYME DISEASE AND THE GREENWICH CONNECTICUT DEER TICK POPULATION ARE GROWING?

The risks are very high. Tick spraying and deer tick and Lyme Disease protection have become routine

maintenance responsibilities for homeowners in Greenwich. We all must do our part.

"Connecticut remains ground zero for Lyme Disease.
-Jaclyn Diaz The Bulletin

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"It’s always bad."
 -Theodore G. Andreadis, Director of the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, on what kind of tick season we can expect in 2019.

LYME DISEASE INSTANCES ARE RISING IN CT

The statistics tell the tale. The tick population is growing in Connecticut and tick-borne diseases such as Lyme disease and the Powassan virus are at dangerous highs across the entire Northeast. It is recommended that every homeowner take the appropriate precautions to prevent any dangerous tick infestation. People and pets can be at risk if you allow your property to go unprotected. Taking some simple and cost-effective preventative steps can keep your family safe. Call us today to learn more about what you can do to protect the ones you love.

LYME DISEASE SYMPTOMS

Not all victims of tick bites experience the same symptoms when they've contracted Lyme Disease . Early symptoms range from fatigue to heart issues and much more. Commonly, people never even link these symptoms to Lyme Disease and are never tested. Without the proper diagnosis,  untreated patients can be at risk of getting very sick. It is important to know the signs and to take preventative steps to protect your yard from ticks before you are bit!

"Due to the fact that the CDC's data only represents confirmed cases, the actual quantity of Lyme disease cases may be far greater. We estimate a total of 477,980 true cases of Lyme disease in Connecticut."      -tickcheck.com

CHOOSE TICK CONTROL, LLC | GREENWICH FOR TICK SPRAYING AND LYME DISEASE PREVENTION. WE ARE RATED THE BEST IN QUALITY AND CUSTOMER SERVICE  IN CONNECTICUT.

LYME DISEASE: THE DANGEROUS RISKS OF NEGLECTING TO SPRAY FOR TICKS

Lyme Borreliosis 

Commonly-known as Lyme disease is a bacterial disease that is spread by tick bites. When infected ticks bite and suck blood from a human being, the Borrelia burgdorferi bacteria is transferred to the human being. The most common ticks associated with this disease are the black-legged ticks and deer ticks. Lyme disease symptoms may take longer to appear depending on the rate and stage of infection. When left untreated for long, an infected person will consequently suffer the harmful effects of this disease. These long-term effects include;

 

Lyme arthritis

One of the most common harmful effects of Lyme disease is severe joint pain. When left untreated, this disease will lead to joint swelling and inflammation. This joint pain will mostly affect your knees leading to long term arthritis. Lyme arthritis may prove difficult to treat thus preventive measures should be employed to prevent getting bitten by ticks.

 

Cognitive defects

Cognitive defects such as impaired memory will result from months of untreated Lyme disease. This may begin with difficulties while concentrating as the disease slowly affects the nervous system. Partial paralysis of the nervous system, a more serious condition will develop as the disease progressively attacks the affected person. Eventually, memory loss will catch up with the patient due to chronic Lyme disease.

 

Neurological defects

Neuropathy and facial palsy are all associated with late-stage Lyme disease. Infection of the membranes surrounding the brain tissue will lead to paralysis of one side of the face. This is commonly referred to as facial palsy or Bell's palsy. This infection will also lead to labored muscle movement and impaired limbs. Facial palsy increases the eyes sensitivity to light causes a stiff neck and also promotes severe headaches. Patients will be bedridden at this stage as their mobility will be limited.

 

Heart problems 

Impaired muscle movement will easily result in irregular heartbeats. Once the disease affects the heart muscles, heart problems will be inevitable. If Lyme disease treatment is not sought at this point, heart failure which may lead to death may develop.

 

Lyme disease symptoms may take weeks or even months to develop after tick bites. It is, therefore, easier to employ tick prevention and control strategies rather than dealing with the harmful effects of the disease. One of the most effective methods is tick spraying. This is especially recommended if you live in tick-infested areas. Having your yard sprayed on a routine basis will keep ticks away from the pets and people in your home. This will, therefore, keep the disease and its carriers at bay guaranteeing the safety of your family.

 

DEER TICKS ARE THE LEADING CAUSE OF

LYME DISEASE IN GREENWICH, CT

 

If you see remnants of mice, chipmunks, deer, or other rodents in and around your residence, it is safe to assume that your family is at risk. Deer ticks encroach on your home in various ways. Most commonly, they attach to any available host, not just deer. This means that even small rodents can carry deer ticks into areas where your children and pets are at play. The illnesses associated with  Lyme Disease can be devastating for those infected and also for those around them. Precautionary measures should be taken and protecting your family is easy, affordable and intelligent decision. Tick spraying your property is an easy way to keep a safe, tick-free household all year round.

 

 

At Tick Control, LLC, you can expect to receive affordable options and reliable service that will protect your household from ticks and tick-carrying critters, large and small.  You can depend on our professional staff to help you keep your home tick-free throughout the year

GREENWICH RESIDENTS CAN CHOOSE FROM THREE OPTIONS TO CONTROL DEER TICKS IN YOUR BACKYARD

30-40 DAY

ANNUAL

SYNTHETIC

Tick Pesticide

(Most Effective)

• Pyrethroid - Highly effective for tick control derived from  Chrysanthemum flower/plant .  

 

• Safe for humans and dogs. 

 

• 6 Treatments Per Year

 

• Least expensive option

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Recommended

The cost of tick spraying varies by acreage.

30-40 DAY

ANNUAL​

ORGANIC

Tick Control Natural

•  Organic Tree Oil - Highly effective natural tick repellent derived from tree oils.  

 

• Safe for humans and pets

 

• 8 Treatments Per Year

 

• More expensive option

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The cost of tick spraying varies by acreage.

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•  For those who are concerned about Lyme Disease-carrying deer ticks and dog ticks but only need coverage for a short time.

 

• Synthetic & Organic options available

• You choose when you want your treatments.

• Thermacell tick control tubes.

 

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The cost of tick spraying varies by acreage.

At TICK CONTROL, LLC, we believe that proper tick remediation requires continuous tick spraying throughout Spring, Summer, and Fall. This is because ticks are most active during these months. We suggest spraying your yard every 30-40 days from April through October.  Unfortunately, ticks remain active in various life-stages throughout the entire year, even November through March. Therefore deer ticks, dog ticks, Lyme Disease, and other tick-related diseases should always be a concern for people and pets. Connecticut has some of the worst statistics for Lyme Disease in America and regular tick treatments can ensure that , together, we can overcome this growing problem.

TICK CONTROL, LLC  HAS YOUR SAFETY IN MIND.

 

TICK-RELATED AILMENTS AND THEIR SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS

 

Though the majority of the general public is probably aware of ticks and their existence in many regions of America, they might not be familiar with the potential problems these arachnids may bring into your home. The old thinking, prevention is worth a pound of cure, absolutely applies when it comes to keeping your home and family safe from significant illnesses that may arise from the bite of a tick. Taking time to review a few of the most common conditions and signs related to tick bites is definitely worth a few moments of your time.

 

Common Illnesses and Signs - Lyme Disease is a very well-known and widespread condition of tick bites. Nearly all cases are found in the Midwest and Northeastern areas of America. Once the bacteria enter the bloodstream, symptoms can start arising within the initial week following the bite. A circular pinkish rash may appear around the bite, but not usually. Other signs of infection are exhaustion, and flu-like signs, such as a fever, body pains, and chills.

 

The second most typical disease associated with ticks is Babesiosis.. This is a parasitical disease, unlike Lyme. When the parasites enter the bloodstream, they upsurge rapidly, and the individual may feel fevers and chills, as well as jaundice and anemia.  

 

Another common tick-borne disease is Rickettsiosis, which includes many variants, one is that of Spotted Mountain Fever. This problem can arise quickly and can be lethal. As with the earlier mentioned diseases, medical indications include fever, chills, coughing, rashes and emotional confusion. Rickettsiosis was lethal in 30% of reported instances, but today's therapies have narrowed that amount to about 3-5%. It is still an extremely serious condition that must be treated rapidly with heavy antibiotics.

 

There are many additional tick-borne diseases beyond these most typical, and receiving quick treatment is always recommended. Most remedies require prescriptions of antibiotics implemented over some 2-4 weeks. This helps most patients combat the disease very effectively. 

 

Finally, it is important to take precautions to lessen the chances of tick-borne health issues. If hiking in forests or ing extra tall grassy meadows, it would be smart to tuck in pant legs, work with some tick repellent on your skin, and wear garments that will protect your skin, and avoiding places that are regarded as tick-infested areas. Ticks like grassy meadows. Getting your yard and walkways around your house treated is another recommended precaution. Each of these preventative actions will help to keep you safe from tick-borne illnesses and disease. 

THE POTENTIAL RISKS OF TICKS IN CONNECTICUT

 

Experts are predicting that year's tick population might be among the worst ever in Connecticut. Ideal conditions have resulted in an explosion of ticks. The most significant condition is the mild winter weather, which has given ticks the opportunity to prosper and emerge sooner than usual. For this reason, you need to safeguard your loved ones, dogs, and cats from ticks.

So what is the concern about an excessive infestation of ticks?

 

Below are a few of the potential risks posed by ticks

Like most pests, ticks are transmitters of disease. Perhaps one of the most dangerous ailments they transmit is tick-borne illness, an illness that affects thousands of Americans each year.

 

Ticks possess beak-like projections that allow them to plunge into the skin of the host animal, pet or person. They prey on the host's bloodstream and later transfer tick-borne diseases such as babesiosis, Lyme disease, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, ehrlichiosis, tularemia, etc.

 

 Ticks: A few facts you should know

• Ticks are parasites because they prey on the host's blood.

 

• Although there is a large selection of ticks species, just a handful transmit diseases to humans. The most common in America is the black-legged tick, popularly referred to as a deer tick.

 

• Ticks become active and potentially dangerous when ground the temperatures are above 45 levels Fahrenheit

 

• If ticks infest your dwelling, they can live for long stretches if no measures are taken to control them.

 

• Tick populations are higher in towns, like Greenwich, that have very active deer in the area.

How to keep ticks out of your house

Because of their size, it is certainly easy to miss ticks on your clothing or body, or even in the hair of your pets. Still, with some vigilance, you can decrease the chances of carrying ticks into your home. If you are hiking, be sure you dress in long trousers and long sleeve shirts or outerwear. In addition, use tick repellant with DEET or have on clothes pretreated with permethrin. Once you return, conduct an intensive tick check. If you discover a tick,  use tweezers to make an upward pull using caution to avoid leaving behind its mouthparts in your skin. Wash hands and bite area with cleaning soap and water. Get rid of the ticks by flushing or save those that you might want to have tested.

 

Regarding a major tick infestation in the home, professional tick spraying can be your only choice. Tick Control, LLC, is reputed as the very best tick-based pest control services in Connecticut. Our staff is educated and qualified tick control authorities who can make your home tick-free. Call us today!

 

 

"Remember tick-borne disease is preventable."

 

"Being aware of the dangers of tick-borne diseases and following the precautions recommended can greatly reduce your chances of becoming infected with Lyme disease, babesiosis, anaplasmosis, or Rocky Mountain spotted fever!"

                   

- www.brookfieldct.gov

LIVING IN GREENWICH, CT

The city of Greenwich, Connecticut is the largest city on the Connecticut gold coast. With a population of 61,000 this small city offers a lot in the way of nature, and beautiful historic scenery. Greenwich is famous for drawing the residency attention of wealthy New York businessmen and women, and as a result, is one of the wealthiest towns in the USA. Residents of Greenwich have long enjoyed the peaceful, and quiet nature of the city of Greenwich as an escape from the busy New York lifestyle just an hours drive away. 

But nice houses and high incomes is not all Greenwich is known for. It also boasts some wonderful, natural attractions. Such as the Mianus River State Park. This 391-acre natural park straddles the borders of Greenwich, and Stamford cities. The park is the home of the famous Mianus river, which is without question the primary attraction in the park. However, Mianus River State Park also boasts a wide range of bike trails, wildlife, and striking forest scenery. 

 

Greenwich is also home to some of the prettiest beaches in the area. So if the white-sand shores of the Long Island Sound appeal to you more than the lush forest greenery, Greenwich has you covered. Greenwich Point beach and Greenwich Point Park are a wonderful place to get out and enjoy a perfect day outdoors in Southern Connecticut. You'll find there the perfect place to sail, picnic, swim, and relax on the beach in the sun away from the pressures of life. 

However, be careful when exploring the wild outdoors in Greenwich. There has been known to be a historically high level of ticks in Connecticut. So make sure you are taking proper safety precautions when enjoying a nice stroll through the natural parks in Greenwich! You never want to find a tick attached to yourself at the end of a beautiful stroll in the forest.

A LITTLE BIT ABOUT TICKS

Imagine, after a nice walk through the park, you get home and find a small black spot on yourself or your pet. After close inspection, you realize it is a parasitic arachnid that has chosen you as a host. This unwelcome little guest is a tick. Ticks are tiny little parasitic creatures that can live in various natural settings. All they need is a host to carry them, and they can spread out of control, quickly. Ticks also carry with them a variety of serious diseases and illnesses that you or your pets can be subject to if left unchecked. Proper precautions should always be used when dealing with ticks to avoid the spread of any diseases.

 

Connecticut is a hotbed for ticks. Lyme disease is the most common illness spread by ticks. It comes from the spread of borrelia bacterium that is commonly hosted by ticks. If left untreated Lyme disease can cause loss of motor function in the face, heart palpitations, severe headaches, swelling of the joints and more. 

 

Ticks are most commonly found in heavily wooded, grassy meadows, or bushy areas. So even common activities such as walking your dog, playing in your yard, or hiking can bring you in contact with these unsavory little creatures. While it is impossible to completely eliminate the risk of coming in contact with ticks, you can take some preventative measures.

 

Having your yard, or business sprayed for proper preventative tick control is a huge step in the right direction. This will help ensure that your pets, family, and yourself can rest easy in your own yard or property knowing that ticks will not be able to thrive where you live. 

 

Ticks are nasty creatures that can leave a long-lasting impact on your life, or the lives of your pets unless you take the proper steps towards reducing your potential risk of contact. Removing a tick once it has latched on to a host can be a difficult task. It's always best to try and eliminate them before they even have the chance to infect your family.

Have questions about Lyme Disease prevention?  Want to know more about tick spraying for your yard? 
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Yes, there is! TICK CONTROL, LLC is now serving pest control services including tick spraying to Fairfield County and New Haven County.  

 

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