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In Connecticut, the two most common ticks are the deer tick and American dog tick. Most people acquire Lyme disease from the nymphal stage of the deer tick, which is active during late spring and summer while the American dog tick is active in the fall, warm days of winter, and spring. On lawns, most deer ticks (est. 82%) have been recovered within 9 feet of the lawn edge, especially areas adjacent to woods, stonewalls, or ornamental plantings and groundcover such as pachysandra.

Our goal is to help keep you and your loved ones safe by providing tick control services to include both organic and synthetic methods. We offer individual one-time services and annual service contracts.


Maintaining a healthy lawn is also essential for best results. 


We are fully licensed by the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) and insured to perform tick control applications and more.

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