Tick Control, Removal, & Extermination in Dallas Fort Worth, Texas

Certified Tick Control and Extermination in Dallas Fort Worth, Texas

Ticks, similar to fleas, possess one similar characteristic, and that is to draw blood from their suitable host for survival. Ticks are parasitic arthropods, including scorpions and spiders, and mites that often settle in furry animals. They raise public health significance since ticks are commonly attributed to the transmission of several harmful diseases to humans.

If your beautiful home becomes infested with ticks, expect yourself to develop skin allergies and other body reactions such as redness, itchiness, and moderate swelling. Any tick presence is also a problem if you’re currently running a small business. Before it happens, you should call the professional tick exterminators at Integrity Termite and Pest¬†Services in Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas.

Integrity Termite and Pest Services is the leading expert in complete tick control and extermination services for all buildings in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, and other developed North Texas areas. Knowing where and when to use specific treatments is the key to win against tick invasion since each type of tick species hatch differently throughout the year. Our trained exterminators can eliminate any tick infestations from your property.

Tick Control, Removal in Dallas, Fort Worth TX
Tick Control, Removal and Extermination

Ticks can be found practically anywhere from carpets, curtains, drapes, bed underside, and of course, your beloved pets. Our certified exterminators are fully knowledgeable about every tick species’ life cycles, so they know precisely how to eradicate these pests. However, to effectively remove the ticks, you should do your part by cleaning all the possible breeding sites before your scheduled treatment.

Two of the most common ticks found in Texas are the Brown Dog Tick and the Lone Star Tick. Both ticks’ species prefer to live in the bodies of furry animals, so your beloved cats or dogs are considered primary candidates for food supply. You may also encounter other species like the American Dog tick and Deer tick on random occasions.

But before the extermination process begins, have your pets treated by your vet with different treatment options against tick infestation. And the rest of the job will be carried out by our experts at Integrity Pest and Termites. This reduces the extent of your infestation problem before your scheduled appointment.

Efficient Tick Control and Removal Services

The elimination methods being used by our professionals often vary depending on the extent of the infestation. We also check if there are animals present in your home or if there are habitat modifications that need to be done. If there is a presence of tall grasses and long weeds, our service technicians might suggest you cut them off to deter infest build-up.

For instance, when everything becomes ready, all potential breeding sites for ticks have been thoroughly cleaned by vacuum or direct washing. We will apply the insecticides to indoor and outdoor spaces. Again, don’t forget to treat your pets with anti-tick products before your scheduled control treatment.

Rodent infestation should also be addressed because ticks feed on birds, rats, and other wildlife animals. Attempting to resolve tick problems without getting rid of the hosts will be less effective since ticks are parasitic. Every tick situation is different, so we formulate our tick control treatment by infestation level and the species involved.

For additional details on how our proficient tick exterminators can help resolve your pest problems, you may call (817) 734-6573 or email us at pesthelp@aol.com. You may also fill out our online contact form and instantly receive your free project estimate from us.

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