Organic Tick Control | JP McHale Pest Management
  1. Organic Tick Management


Prevent Tick Borne Illnesses the Entire Season

Ticks are one of the most common household pests that New York and Connecticut homeowners try to eliminate from their environment. Ticks are not only unwanted pests, they also pose a serious health risk. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, some ticks carry pathogens that can cause human disease, including Lyme Disease, Ehrlichiosis, Anaplasmosis, Babesiosis, Powassan Virus, and other serious diseases.

Several tick species found in New York and Connecticut can spread types of bacteria that can cause illness in humans. Statistically, New York and Connecticut continue to lead the nation in reported cases of Lyme Disease.

The best way to prevent tick-borne illness is by preventing tick bites. Tick exposure can occur year-round, but ticks are most active during warmer months (April through September).

JP McHale Pest Management utilizes the most environmentally sensitive, organic methods to effectively reduce the tick population on your property. We treat areas most conducive to tick activity and consistently provide you with important recommendations based on observations during our routine visits. Removing leaf litter, reducing overgrown shrubbery, and cutting the grass frequently are some of the things you can do in combination with our efforts to reduce your family’s and pet’s exposure to ticks.

To find out more about how JP McHale Pest Management can help reduce the tick population on your property, contact us for a free estimate.

Mosquito Management

Take Back Your Outdoor Living Space from Mosquitos

Mosquitos are not only a nuisance pest, but occasionally can transmit viruses to people and animals.

Unable to enjoy the outdoor living space of your home? Tired of buying citronella candles that don’t work? JP McHale Pest Management can help you relax and enjoy your outdoor living area while protecting your family from mosquito-borne diseases.

Tips for Reducing Mosquito Problems:

  • When clearing foliage and debris (i.e. eaves, fallen limbs, etc.) avoid the piling of material debris for long periods.

  • Keep shrub foliage trimmed around the home.

  • Remove standing water caused by landscape depressions or drainage by filling with dirt or sand.

  • Recycle or dispose of tin cans or other artificial water containers.

  • When removing tree stumps, where possible, fill with dirt prior to the development of standing water.

  • Manage weeds in areas where adult mosquitoes congregate.

  • Remove old tires when they are found throughout a property.

Choose one of our comprehensive programs today to protect your home and family

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