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  • 70-90% reduction in mosquitoes and ticks

  • Safe and organic treatment

  • Less pests means less diseases (West Nile, EEE, Lyme Disease)

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Our Seasonal (April – October) A-1 Mosquito and Tick Program is payable by Credit Card only. We accept all major cards as form of payment. After you sign-up, one of our representatives will contact you to review the program and set-up your monthly payment. This service is a monthly recurring fee.

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  • Ticks look to host on small animals in spring moving to larger animals by summer/fall.
  • Ticks travel on foliage looking for a host to brush into them.
  • Mosquitoes rest before and after they feed.
  • Ideal resting area is on the bottom of foliage.
  • Mosquitoes and ticks do not prefer sunny, dry, well manicured areas of the property.

FAQs

A: Approx. 1 hour until or until the product dries.

 

A: The product(s) are safe. We use an OMRI (Organic Materials Review Institute) certified organic product.

 

A: Typically we do not treat the vegetable garden, however we are using an OMRI certified organic product so there should not be any concern. In the event that your vegetable garden comes in contact with the material, simply wash your vegetables prior to consumption.

 

A: The products we use are safe for people and pets. We still recommend that people and pets stay off the treated areas for 1 hour post treatment or until the product dries.

 

A: The product is designed to hold up to weather conditions after application. Should you experience heavy rains immediately after treatment, give us a call and we will retreat your yard at no additional cost.

 

A: A1 Exterminators treatment program includes one treatment every four weeks, typically beginning in April throughout October for an average of 7 applications per season. Applications consist of treatments to the established perimeter of the property to control mosquito and tick activity throughout the season. Treatments consist of applications to the foliage and harborage areas for ticks around the perimeter of your yard. Our treatment will help to control adult mosquito and tick activity throughout the season.

 

A: The whole yard/lawn does not need to be treated because mosquitoes and ticks prefer dark shady areas to rest and hide. Well-manicured and sunny areas are not conducive to resting and harborage areas. A1 Exterminators treatment program includes one treatment every four weeks, typically beginning in April throughout October for an average of 7 applications per season. Applications consist of treatments to the established perimeter of the property to control mosquito and tick activity throughout the season. Treatments consist of applications to the foliage and harborage areas around the perimeter of your yard. Our treatment will help to control adult mosquito and tick activity throughout the season.

 

Eliminating breeding sites around your home are always the first step. Removing stagnant/standing water such as bird feeders, buckets, or any container that can hold water will help for mosquitoes. Keeping your yard well-manicured and trimmed will help reduce both mosquitoes and tick breeding sites. Removal of leaf litter and storing firewood away from the home will help to reduce tick populations as well. Protecting yourself with repellents while outdoors is also recommended along with wearing long sleeves and pants whenever entering wooded areas. Repellents containing DEET, Picaridin, or Lemon Eucalyptus Oil are effective.
Do you need these pests exterminated? Call A1 Today!

 

It’s Your Yard. Defend It.

Against Mosquitoes And Ticks.

A1 Exterminators is now offering an Organic Mosquito and Tick Program.

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