Ticks are one of the most common parasitic creatures in . They use their front legs to reach out from bushes and branches, waiting for a mammal to brush by them. They quickly attach themselves and begin feeding on blood. Deer ticks are particularly dangerous, as they can transfer Lyme’s disease to humans and pets, causing severe illness and long term side effects. The dangers of ticks in are real, but with Fox Pest Control’s tick removal service, there is a way to stay safe and feel comfortable in your home and yard.
You might already know you have a tick infestation, but here is the most common sign tick exterminators look for.
Infact, the only way to know if you have ticks is to actually see them. They appear like black or dark brown dots, usually around your waistline, around your ankles, or in your hair.
Think you have a tick problem? Call Fox Pest Control at (855) 953-1976 for a free tick control quote.
Schedule prompt control service with one of our certified technicians.
Your technician will conduct a thorough pest control inspection of your home and property in order to provide a customized tick treatment plan that will be most effective for your situation.
You will receive a detailed report of the service provided and helpful recommendations to remain tick free.
We come back regularly throughout the year to ensure the ticks don’t come back. If you see any tick activity between your regularly scheduled service, simply give us a call. We’ll come back for free!
Much like fleas, ticks can cause lots of problems for pets, but they can also come into your home. If veterinarian-approved tick treatments for your pet can’t keep the ticks out of your home, it’s time to call a great tick exterminator like Fox Pest Control. We have what it takes to root these pests out of their hiding places and get rid of ticks once and for all.
Yes, they can be. Tick removal from your home and yard is critical because they latch onto a host and suck blood over a long period of time, ticks can transmit a number of diseases, including:
Yes, they can be very dangerous. Because they latch onto their host and suck blood over a long period of time, ticks can transmit a number of diseases, including:
Colorado tick fever
Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever
A small amount of swelling in the area near the bite for a few days doesn’t necessarily indicate Lyme disease. Many people experience a mild allergic reaction to a tick’s saliva, but the swelling should be gone within a few days. Nevertheless, if you have a tick infestation, let Fox come to your house to with tick removal.
If the swollen spot grows and swelling persists for a week or more, this could be an early sign of Lyme disease. Early treatment of Lyme could prevent its long-term effects. Talk to your doctor if you suspect you see early signs of Lyme disease. In the meantime, call Fox for the best tick extermination treatment.
Transmission of Lyme disease from ticks can take 24-48 hours in most cases, so by checking for ticks regularly, you can avoid many of the problems ticks cause. If you do find you have an infestation, Fox will send a certified tick exterminator -- in many cases that same day.
If you are bitten by a tick and you’re worried about a potential infection, seek medical attention right away.
Ticks are external parasites that latch onto the skin of its host and suck their blood. Ticks only consume blood and nothing else during their lives.
Ticks are arachnids, distantly related to spiders, and an external parasite. They have eight legs and suck the blood of a host. In order to grow from a new hatchling to adulthood, the tick must consume blood several times.
If a Fox Pest Control customer has an infestation of covered pests between regularly scheduled Home Protection Plan treatments, we will come back and perform targeted treatments to get rid of the pest at no charge. If Fox Pest Control cannot resolve the problem after three such targeted treatments, we will cheerfully refund the customer’s last monthly subscription fee, as long as all other terms of the agreement have been met.
And if you see any pest activity between your regularly scheduled treatments, simply give us a call; we'll come back at no additional charge.