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Fox Pest Control provides tick exterminator services in [location_alt] and the surrounding area. Ticks are one of the most common parasitic creatures in [location]. They use their front legs to reach out from bushes and branches, waiting for a mammal to brush by them. They quickly attach themselves and begin feeding on blood. Deer ticks are particularly dangerous, as they can transfer Lyme’s disease to humans and pets, causing severe illness and long-term side effects.

Ticks can be found on both humans and animals. So don't forget to check your pets for ticks, in addition to yourself and your kids. The dangers of ticks are real, but with Fox Pest Control’s tick spraying and tick prevention service in [location_alt], there is a way to stay safe and feel comfortable in your home and yard. Lawn tick control helps to both exterminate and prevent ticks from living on your property.

Fox provides free tick control inspections and estimates in [location_alt]. Call [phone] or email us to get started.

On This Page: Signs of a Tick Infestation, What To Know About Ticks in [location_alt], Helpful Tick Prevention Tips, FAQs

Signs of a Tick Infestation

You might already know you have a tick infestation, but here is the most common sign that [location_alt] tick exterminators look for.

Sightings

In fact, the only way to know if you have ticks is to actually see them. They appear like black or dark brown dots, usually around your waistline, around your ankles, or in your hair.

Things You Need To Know About Ticks in [location_alt]

  • Ticks are external parasites that latch onto the skin of their hosts and suck their blood. 
  • In order for a tick to fully develop into an adult, it needs to consume blood multiple times. 
  • Adult ticks have eight legs.
  • Ticks vary in color.
  • Ticks are shaped like an oval. 
  • You’ll see them most often in warm, moist areas, especially places that are dense in vegetation, including trees and woods.
  • Unfortunately, these little arachnids can be quite dangerous, as they carry multiple diseases including:
    • Lyme disease
    • Babesiosis
    • Colorado tick fever
    • Rocky Mountain spotted fever 
    • Anaplasmosis
    • Rickettsiosis
    • Ehrlichiosis 
    • Powassan virus

Are you wondering, "Where can I find [location] tick control near me?" Fox Pest Control provides free tick inspections, same-day service (if you call before 2 p.m.), and a 100% guarantee. Call [phone] or email us to get started.

Helpful Tick Prevention Tips:

Preventing ticks in your [location] yard can be done by using certain pesticides, but there are other ways that you can make your lawn less attractive to ticks, including:

  • [icon name="grass" inline="yes" alt=""]Keep grass cut short
  • [icon name="branch" inline="yes" alt=""]Clean up the yard: clear away branches, leaves, and other debris
  • [icon name="dog" inline="yes" alt=""]Avoid walking your pet through wooded areas and tall grass, and check your pet for ticks after walks
  • [icon name="bugspray" inline="yes" alt=""]A mulch or wood chip barrier between your yard and wooded areas can deter ticks.
  • [icon name="wood" inline="yes" alt=""]Stack wood neatly in a dry area
  • [icon name="dogflea" inline="yes" alt=""]Take your pets to the vet for regular checkups that include tick and flea inspections 
  • [icon name="clothes" inline="yes" alt=""]Check your skin and clothing frequently for ticks
  • [icon name="handfeeding" inline="yes" alt=""]Ask your vet about preventative tick treatments for your pet

FAQs About Tick Exterminators in [location_alt]

How do I get rid of ticks?

Much like fleas, ticks in [location] can cause lots of problems for pets, but they can also come into your home. If veterinarian-approved tick treatments for your pet can’t keep the ticks out of your home, it’s time to call the best tick exterminator in [location], like Fox Pest Control at [phone]. We have what it takes to root these pests out of their hiding places and get rid of ticks once and for all. Call [phone] or email us to get started.

Why do I need Fox’s treatments for ticks during the winter?

According to the NIH, ticks survive the winter by living underground. But as soon as it gets warmer than 46° F (which can happen suddenly), they become more active again and start looking for hosts to feed on – both animals and humans. Our winter treatments will catch and exterminate these pests before they can become a problem again in the spring. Looking for [location_alt] tick control near you? Call [phone] or email us to get started.

Are ticks dangerous?

Yes, ticks can be very dangerous. Because they latch onto their host and suck blood over a long period of time, ticks can transmit a number of diseases, including:

- Lyme disease
- Anaplasmosis
- Babesiosis
- Colorado tick fever
- Ehrlichiosis
- Powassan virus
- Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever
- Rickettsiosis
- Tularemia

Tick removal is critical because they latch onto a host and suck blood over a long period of time. Call [phone] or email us to get a free inspection and estimate for [location_alt] tick spraying and lawn tick control near you.

Does a swollen tick bite mean I have Lyme disease?

A small amount of swelling in the area near the bite for a few days doesn’t necessarily indicate Lyme disease. Many people experience a mild allergic reaction to a tick’s saliva, but the swelling should be gone within a few days. Nevertheless, if you have a tick infestation, let Fox Pest Control [location] provide you with a free quote. Call [phone] or email us.

How do I know if I have Lyme disease from a tick bite?

If the swollen spot grows and swelling persists for a week or more, this could be an early sign of Lyme disease. Early treatment of Lyme could prevent its long-term effects. Talk to your doctor if you suspect you see early signs of Lyme disease. In the meantime, call Fox for the best tick extermination treatment in [location_alt] at [phone] or email us.

How can I prevent Lyme disease from tick bites?

Transmission of Lyme disease from ticks can take 24-48 hours in most cases, so by checking for ticks regularly, you can avoid many of the problems ticks cause. If you do find you have an infestation, Fox will send a certified tick exterminator -- in many cases that same day.

If you are bitten by a tick and you’re worried about a potential infection, seek medical attention right away.

What do ticks eat?

Ticks are external parasites that latch onto the skin of its host and suck their blood. Ticks only consume blood and nothing else during their lives. Trust the [location_alt] tick control at Fox Pest for all of your tick spraying and tick prevention needs. Call [phone] or email us to get started.

What are ticks?

Ticks are arachnids, distantly related to spiders, and an external parasite. They have eight legs and suck the blood of a host. In order to grow from a new hatchling to adulthood, the tick must consume blood several times. Fox Pest Control provides flea and tick control near you. Contact us today to get started.

Fox Pest Control provides tick exterminator services in and the surrounding area. Ticks are one of the most common parasitic creatures in . They use their front legs to reach out from bushes and branches, waiting for a mammal to brush by them. They quickly attach themselves and begin feeding on blood. Deer ticks are particularly dangerous, as they can transfer Lyme’s disease to humans and pets, causing severe illness and long-term side effects.

Ticks can be found on both humans and animals. So don't forget to check your pets for ticks, in addition to yourself and your kids. The dangers of ticks are real, but with Fox Pest Control’s tick spraying and tick prevention service in , there is a way to stay safe and feel comfortable in your home and yard. Lawn tick control helps to both exterminate and prevent ticks from living on your property.

Fox provides free tick control inspections and estimates in . Call or email us to get started.

On This Page: Signs of a Tick Infestation, What To Know About Ticks in , Helpful Tick Prevention Tips, FAQs

Signs of a Tick Infestation

You might already know you have a tick infestation, but here is the most common sign that tick exterminators look for.

Sightings

In fact, the only way to know if you have ticks is to actually see them. They appear like black or dark brown dots, usually around your waistline, around your ankles, or in your hair.

Things You Need To Know About Ticks in

  • Ticks are external parasites that latch onto the skin of their hosts and suck their blood. 
  • In order for a tick to fully develop into an adult, it needs to consume blood multiple times. 
  • Adult ticks have eight legs.
  • Ticks vary in color.
  • Ticks are shaped like an oval. 
  • You’ll see them most often in warm, moist areas, especially places that are dense in vegetation, including trees and woods.
  • Unfortunately, these little arachnids can be quite dangerous, as they carry multiple diseases including:
    • Lyme disease
    • Babesiosis
    • Colorado tick fever
    • Rocky Mountain spotted fever 
    • Anaplasmosis
    • Rickettsiosis
    • Ehrlichiosis 
    • Powassan virus

Are you wondering, "Where can I find tick control near me?" Fox Pest Control provides free tick inspections, same-day service (if you call before 2 p.m.), and a 100% guarantee. Call or email us to get started.

Helpful Tick Prevention Tips:

Preventing ticks in your yard can be done by using certain pesticides, but there are other ways that you can make your lawn less attractive to ticks, including:

  • Keep grass cut short
  • Clean up the yard: clear away branches, leaves, and other debris
  • Avoid walking your pet through wooded areas and tall grass, and check your pet for ticks after walks
  • A mulch or wood chip barrier between your yard and wooded areas can deter ticks.
  • Stack wood neatly in a dry area
  • Take your pets to the vet for regular checkups that include tick and flea inspections 
  • Check your skin and clothing frequently for ticks
  • Ask your vet about preventative tick treatments for your pet

FAQs About Tick Exterminators in

How do I get rid of ticks?

Much like fleas, ticks in can cause lots of problems for pets, but they can also come into your home. If veterinarian-approved tick treatments for your pet can’t keep the ticks out of your home, it’s time to call the best tick exterminator in , like Fox Pest Control at . We have what it takes to root these pests out of their hiding places and get rid of ticks once and for all. Call or email us to get started.

Why do I need Fox’s treatments for ticks during the winter?

According to the NIH, ticks survive the winter by living underground. But as soon as it gets warmer than 46° F (which can happen suddenly), they become more active again and start looking for hosts to feed on – both animals and humans. Our winter treatments will catch and exterminate these pests before they can become a problem again in the spring. Looking for tick control near you? Call or email us to get started.

Are ticks dangerous?

Yes, ticks can be very dangerous. Because they latch onto their host and suck blood over a long period of time, ticks can transmit a number of diseases, including:

- Lyme disease
- Anaplasmosis
- Babesiosis
- Colorado tick fever
- Ehrlichiosis
- Powassan virus
- Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever
- Rickettsiosis
- Tularemia

Tick removal is critical because they latch onto a host and suck blood over a long period of time. Call or email us to get a free inspection and estimate for tick spraying and lawn tick control near you.

Does a swollen tick bite mean I have Lyme disease?

A small amount of swelling in the area near the bite for a few days doesn’t necessarily indicate Lyme disease. Many people experience a mild allergic reaction to a tick’s saliva, but the swelling should be gone within a few days. Nevertheless, if you have a tick infestation, let Fox Pest Control provide you with a free quote. Call or email us.

How do I know if I have Lyme disease from a tick bite?

If the swollen spot grows and swelling persists for a week or more, this could be an early sign of Lyme disease. Early treatment of Lyme could prevent its long-term effects. Talk to your doctor if you suspect you see early signs of Lyme disease. In the meantime, call Fox for the best tick extermination treatment in at or email us.

How can I prevent Lyme disease from tick bites?

Transmission of Lyme disease from ticks can take 24-48 hours in most cases, so by checking for ticks regularly, you can avoid many of the problems ticks cause. If you do find you have an infestation, Fox will send a certified tick exterminator -- in many cases that same day.

If you are bitten by a tick and you’re worried about a potential infection, seek medical attention right away.

What do ticks eat?

Ticks are external parasites that latch onto the skin of its host and suck their blood. Ticks only consume blood and nothing else during their lives. Trust the tick control at Fox Pest for all of your tick spraying and tick prevention needs. Call or email us to get started.

What are ticks?

Ticks are arachnids, distantly related to spiders, and an external parasite. They have eight legs and suck the blood of a host. In order to grow from a new hatchling to adulthood, the tick must consume blood several times. Fox Pest Control provides flea and tick control near you. Contact us today to get started.

Fox Pest Control provides tick exterminator services in and the surrounding area. Ticks are one of the most common parasitic creatures in . They use their front legs to reach out from bushes and branches, waiting for a mammal to brush by them. They quickly attach themselves and begin feeding on blood. Deer ticks are particularly dangerous, as they can transfer Lyme’s disease to humans and pets, causing severe illness and long-term side effects.

Ticks can be found on both humans and animals. So don’t forget to check your pets for ticks, in addition to yourself and your kids. The dangers of ticks are real, but with Fox Pest Control’s tick spraying and tick prevention service in , there is a way to stay safe and feel comfortable in your home and yard. Lawn tick control helps to both exterminate and prevent ticks from living on your property.

Fox provides free tick control inspections and estimates in . Call or email us to get started.

On This Page: Signs of a Tick Infestation, What To Know About Ticks in , Helpful Tick Prevention Tips, FAQs

Signs of a Tick Infestation

You might already know you have a tick infestation, but here is the most common sign that tick exterminators look for.

Sightings

In fact, the only way to know if you have ticks is to actually see them. They appear like black or dark brown dots, usually around your waistline, around your ankles, or in your hair.

Things You Need To Know About Ticks in

  • Ticks are external parasites that latch onto the skin of their hosts and suck their blood. 
  • In order for a tick to fully develop into an adult, it needs to consume blood multiple times. 
  • Adult ticks have eight legs.
  • Ticks vary in color.
  • Ticks are shaped like an oval. 
  • You’ll see them most often in warm, moist areas, especially places that are dense in vegetation, including trees and woods.
  • Unfortunately, these little arachnids can be quite dangerous, as they carry multiple diseases including:
    • Lyme disease
    • Babesiosis
    • Colorado tick fever
    • Rocky Mountain spotted fever 
    • Anaplasmosis
    • Rickettsiosis
    • Ehrlichiosis 
    • Powassan virus

Are you wondering, “Where can I find tick control near me?” Fox Pest Control provides free tick inspections, same-day service (if you call before 2 p.m.), and a 100% guarantee. Call or email us to get started.

Helpful Tick Prevention Tips:

Preventing ticks in your yard can be done by using certain pesticides, but there are other ways that you can make your lawn less attractive to ticks, including:

  • Keep grass cut short
  • Clean up the yard: clear away branches, leaves, and other debris
  • Avoid walking your pet through wooded areas and tall grass, and check your pet for ticks after walks
  • A mulch or wood chip barrier between your yard and wooded areas can deter ticks.
  • Stack wood neatly in a dry area
  • Take your pets to the vet for regular checkups that include tick and flea inspections 
  • Check your skin and clothing frequently for ticks
  • Ask your vet about preventative tick treatments for your pet

How Do I Get Rid of Ticks Near ?

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Think you have a tick problem? Call Fox Pest Control at or email us for a free quote.

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We’ll schedule tick control service with one of our certified technicians.

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Your technician will conduct a thorough tick inspection of your home/property and provide a customized tick treatment plan that will be most effective for your situation.

Get a Report

You will receive a detailed report of the service provided and helpful recommendations to remain tick free.

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With over 50 years’ combined experience,
we have treated over 85,000 homes and businesses
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We take pride in providing courteous, prompt, and professional service
that includes our 5-step Home Protection Plan:

At each visit, we inspect the exterior of your home,
to identify any potential pest problems

Remove cobwebs and wasp’s nests within reach

Address exterior pest entry points,
such as weep holes or plumbing penetrations

Apply a pest control treatment
around the exterior perimeter of your home

And provide a details service report and helpful preventative tips
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you choose a local, certified pest pro who will take the time
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FAQs About Tick Exterminators in

How do I get rid of ticks?

Much like fleas, ticks in can cause lots of problems for pets, but they can also come into your home. If veterinarian-approved tick treatments for your pet can’t keep the ticks out of your home, it’s time to call the best tick exterminator in , like Fox Pest Control at . We have what it takes to root these pests out of their hiding places and get rid of ticks once and for all. Call or email us to get started.

Why do I need Fox’s treatments for ticks during the winter?

According to the NIH, ticks survive the winter by living underground. But as soon as it gets warmer than 46° F (which can happen suddenly), they become more active again and start looking for hosts to feed on – both animals and humans. Our winter treatments will catch and exterminate these pests before they can become a problem again in the spring. Looking for tick control near you? Call or email us to get started.

Are ticks dangerous?

Yes, ticks can be very dangerous. Because they latch onto their host and suck blood over a long period of time, ticks can transmit a number of diseases, including:

- Lyme disease
- Anaplasmosis
- Babesiosis
- Colorado tick fever
- Ehrlichiosis
- Powassan virus
- Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever
- Rickettsiosis
- Tularemia

Tick removal is critical because they latch onto a host and suck blood over a long period of time. Call or email us to get a free inspection and estimate for tick spraying and lawn tick control near you.

Does a swollen tick bite mean I have Lyme disease?

A small amount of swelling in the area near the bite for a few days doesn’t necessarily indicate Lyme disease. Many people experience a mild allergic reaction to a tick’s saliva, but the swelling should be gone within a few days. Nevertheless, if you have a tick infestation, let Fox Pest Control provide you with a free quote. Call or email us.

How do I know if I have Lyme disease from a tick bite?

If the swollen spot grows and swelling persists for a week or more, this could be an early sign of Lyme disease. Early treatment of Lyme could prevent its long-term effects. Talk to your doctor if you suspect you see early signs of Lyme disease. In the meantime, call Fox for the best tick extermination treatment in at or email us.

How can I prevent Lyme disease from tick bites?

Transmission of Lyme disease from ticks can take 24-48 hours in most cases, so by checking for ticks regularly, you can avoid many of the problems ticks cause. If you do find you have an infestation, Fox will send a certified tick exterminator -- in many cases that same day.

If you are bitten by a tick and you’re worried about a potential infection, seek medical attention right away.

What do ticks eat?

Ticks are external parasites that latch onto the skin of its host and suck their blood. Ticks only consume blood and nothing else during their lives. Trust the tick control at Fox Pest for all of your tick spraying and tick prevention needs. Call or email us to get started.

What are ticks?

Ticks are arachnids, distantly related to spiders, and an external parasite. They have eight legs and suck the blood of a host. In order to grow from a new hatchling to adulthood, the tick must consume blood several times. Fox Pest Control provides flea and tick control near you. Contact us today to get started.

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And if you see any pest activity between your regularly scheduled treatments, simply give our office a call; we'll come back at no additional charge.

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