In St. Leonard, MD, ticks serve as vectors for life-threatening diseases like Lyme disease, Powassan virus disease, Borrelia miyamotoi disease, ehrlichiosis, tularemia, and Rocky Mountain spotted fever. Ticks mostly populate wooded and bushy areas, and also breed on the body fur of various animals. While protective clothing, and body examinations after a trip outdoors, can prevent ticks latching onto you or your animals, these preventive measures do not assure 100% safety. If you are seeking a long-term solution in St. Leonard, MD that is more reliable, Mosquito Sheriff St. Leonard, MD’s flea and tick treatment and control services are just what you need!
We control flea and tick infestations with routine treatments and pest monitoring, while also implementing larviciding prevention strategies that eliminate chances of future rebreeding. Our barrier treatment makes use of a spray that not only kills ticks, but prevents any future egg-laying. With Mosquito Sheriff St. Leonard, MD’s tick control and prevention services available across the St. Leonard, MD region, now you can go camping, hiking, and hunting without any worries!
With the winds becoming warmer and the snows melting away, you know that it’s that time of the year when our winged friends hatch out of their eggs and are all set to head out for fresh blood.
When it is time for the season to change and the warmth to take over, it is the perfect time for you to take measures against pest infestations on your property.
Mosquito Sheriff St. Leonard MD’s residential pest control services adulticide mosquitoes before they can start breeding on your property. From the yard to the indoors, we eliminate breeding ground possibilities by our fast-acting and long-lasting barrier treatments.
Is your yard all set for little Jane’s fifth birthday party?
Garden chairs and tables? Check.
Balloons and hanging decorations? Check
Tent and seating charts? Check
No mosquitoes and ticks? …Wait, did you forget to check out the most important box?!
No worries! Team Mosquito Sheriff St. Leonard, MD has you covered!
With our commercial pest control services, we make sure that your exteriors are pest-free, right in time for any events taking place on your property. Be it a house or an office, or any other public space, our services are flexible for all structures.
Our treatments are adjustable according to your schedule, weather conditions, and mosquito populations. From small-sized studio offices to large hotels, our commercial services make sure that your property, staff, and customers are all satisfied, undisturbed, and protected.
Our integrated pest management program is dedicated to ridding communities of (gated, non-gated, etc.) off harmful pest infestations that risk the lives of many families, all at once.
Our pest control treatment includes a thorough inspection, analysis of your neighborhood community, and the identification of localized pest activity. This is followed by an extensive treatment of affected areas, including post-treatment evaluations, while also simultaneously eliminating room for any future breeding grounds.
We also educate communities on mosquito, flea and tick prevention, teaching them about ways to completely eliminate pests and prevent seasonal outbreaks by adapting a healthier lifestyle and following necessary protocol.
There are 2 components to an effective mosquito, tick and flea treatment of your home. One is the “knock down” effect which immediately kills mosquitoes, ticks and fleas in in the area. The other is the “barrier” formula that lingers on the leaves and grass continuing the kill mosquitoes.
Our Chemist has developed a formula, not available anywhere else, that provides both the “knock down” and “barrier” treatment which is people and animal friendly. The Founders of Mosquito Sheriff St. Leonard, MD all have children and pets. Delivering the most effective spray which is also friendly for people and animals is their main concern.
In addition to family and pets, we care about the environment. Butterflies and Bees are a critical component of our environment. Pollination is essential to the survival of plants because it is part of their reproductive process. It is equally important for people because without pollination we would not have vegetables and fruits to eat. The most well-known pollinators are bees. … The second most productive pollinators are butterflies.
Moo- Pheun Lu
– I love what they are doing! Totally Behind them! If each spray can help other communities and also solve your problems too without any extra cost. What else one can ask for. I have booked them for the entire season. So Excited!!
Laura S. Frater
– I was looking for a Non-Toxic/Natural way to handle the mosquitos and ticks problem as my children and pets are always in the garden, so my friend recommended me to this company, they shared a lot of information and insight and the process was easy to follow.