Tick & Mosquito Control
Trust Debug to stop ticks and moquitoes
Mosquitoes are not only a nuisance but are found to be vectors for diseases like EEE and West Nile Virus. They also carry heart-worm disease, which can be life-threatening to pets.
Ticks are carried onto your property by small rodents and deer. Sometimes, they carry Lyme disease.
What's the best way to prevent ticks and mosquitoes?
The Debug Barrier Protection Treatment. Each application provides three weeks of relief.
Our Tick & Mosquito Control Solution
Recurring Barrier Protection Treatments
Starting with spring showers and continuing through the fall’s first frost, mosquitoes can render your backyard uninhabitable, so Debug utilizes a protection plan to rid your yard of adult mosquitoes and ticks.
This plan runs from May-October, and each application can give you three weeks of relief.
By treating the “transition zone” (5-10 feet into the woods that surround the lawn) and shaded garden beds, we can reduce your exposure to ticks and Lyme disease.
The Debug Process
Step 1: Inspect
Debug will send a technician to your home. The technician will perform a visual inspection and provide you with a free estimate. Treatment can begin as soon as the next day.
Step 2: Control
Debug will choose a treatment method to eliminate the pest infestation from your home.
Step 3: Prevent
We will identify the main causes of the infestation and make recommendations so they never come back.
Step 4: Monitor
Over the course of the warranty period, we will re-inspect the property and re-treat at no extra charge.
Step 5: Follow-up
Once the property is deemed free of pests, we will suggest additional products and changes to environment to maintain that status.
Protect your home and family
with pest control that cares about you
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