Green Turf Care provides flea and tick prevention to your Slatington lawn! These pests can ruin a perfectly healthy lawn by burrowing below the surface and munching on the grass root, not to mention, they can cause health concerns for both you and your pet. 

So, stop fleas and ticks with Green Turf Care in Slatington today!

When you partner with us to prevent and combat fleas and ticks, a typical service will look a little like this:

  • A Green Turf Care team member will stop by and assess your yard.
  • A customized flea and tick barrier will be applied.
  • A follow-up appointment will be scheduled to ensure fleas and ticks will stay away!

Get started with a flea and tick service today!

Yes! Your Slatington lawn could be sheltering fleas and ticks! Defend against these pests with flea and tick services from Green Turf Care. 

Why can’t fleas and ticks stay away in the great outdoors? Sure, it’s one thing to find them hitching a ride on your clothes when you’re out hiking, but not when you’re relaxing in the backyard! 

Fleas and ticks have a clever way of attaching themselves to local critters such as mice, squirrels, raccoons, and even your household pets. Along the way, fleas and ticks can be dropped into your yard or carried into your home by your pets. 

Fleas can be cumbersome and irritating to your pets and be a disgusting find in your home, but they’re relatively harmless. Ticks, on the other hand, can cause major health problems to humans, including Lyme disease. 

It’s important to note that the state of Pennsylvania has one of the highest rates of Lyme disease, resulting from tick bites. So, needless to say, tick control and prevention in Slatington is gravely important.

There are 100 species of ticks that bite humans in the US, with 25 of them residing in Pennsylvania. The most common species we see are the deer tick, lone star tick, groundhog tick, and American dog tick.   

When it comes to pest control, treating fleas and ticks are is not a one-size-fits-all measure — the way you would prevent control spiders or termites is not the same.

Ticks can be difficult to treat, because they’re very adaptive creatures and can be survive being submerged in water for days, so washing your clothes will not kill ticks! The best course of action is to put your clothes in the dryer — the dry heat zaps the moisture from their bodies and kills them. 

To control and prevent fleas and ticks from infiltrating your yard, work with the lawn care experts to mitigate these pests from disrupting a healthy lawn and a healthy family!

Schedule today!