Tick Control in Dallas, TX
Dallas is known for its humid weather and beautiful trees. But with that comes dangerous ticks. Ticks are small bugs that latch onto your skin and use your blood for nourishment, which is why tick control is necessary. They stay attached for quite some time, and they’re really hard to kill (just like vampires!). Whether you’re checking out the Great Trinity Forest or hanging out in your backyard in Mount Pleasant, ticks are ready to bite.
Not only are ticks a bit scary to find on you, but they can carry harmful diseases, like Lyme disease. Save yourself a trip to Baylor University Medical Center or Medical University of South Carolina and let a tick exterminator handle things. When it comes to protecting your home and your family, a tick exterminator can help eradicate them in your yard. If you need tick control right now, click here to see pricing or give us a call.
What is tick control?
Tick control is a method used to cut down on the number of ticks in your yard. If you’ve recently been bitten by a tick or have seen ticks near your home, this isn’t too much of a surprise. They are common bugs, but tick control can make them much less common to protect your family. There are a few things that go into tick control:
- Pick up yard debris, like leaves and tall grasses
- Discouraging animals with fences as animals attract ticks
- Create a barrier from your home to wooded areas with wood chips
- Apply a pesticide to cut down on the number of ticks and drive them away
Though prevention is important, ticks are extremely hard to kill. If you’ve already seen them in your yard, an exterminator will need to use professional-grade treatment.
Do I need a tick exterminator?
Ticks don’t often go away on their own, and if you have been seeing them, you probably need a tick exterminator. Though you can try to get rid of them on your own, ticks carry harmful diseases that can be life-threatening, so it’s not a bug to mess around with. A tick exterminator knows how to target these bugs and can get rid of them quickly.
What does a tick exterminator do?
Tick extermination cuts down on the number of ticks in your yard. First, our Vinx technicians will inspect your yard for any hotspots. Once those are taken care of, a pesticide will be applied around the home, especially in those areas that ticks are prone to hang out and hide away in.
After that, our technicians will give you recommendations on how to cut down on the ticks you are seeing by getting rid of any preexisting problems. Then, if you are still seeing ticks after our treatment, give us a call and we’ll work until they’re gone!
Is tick control safe for family and pets?
Yes, tick control is safe for your family and pets. Whether it’s Fido you’re worried about or your toddler, our products are completely safe—and they’ll help protect your little ones from harmful diseases that ticks cause!
Trust Vinx Pest Control for your tick control
We’re not your average pest control company. We believe in going above and beyond, which is why we guarantee our service. Vinx Pest Control is a locally owned and operated company that works to provide the best tick control service. Plus, with our satisfaction guarantee, we do the job until you’re happy with it. If we perform tick control at your home or business and you aren’t happy with it, give us a call and we’ll do the job again until you’re satisfied.
If you’ve been seeing ticks, don’t wait until it’s too late. We’re located right off of I-635, which means we can get to anywhere in the Dallas metro area quickly. Give us a call today at 972-855-8469 for a free tick extermination quote and protect your family!
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670 International Pkwy STE. 170
Richardson, TX 75081
Service Area: DFW Metro Area