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Mosquito Control and Extermination home services programs in Sandy Springs and all of Cobb County GA that kill lawn mosquitoes that carry disease. Our home service specialists have more than 14 years of experience in the lawn care and home care industry, and our perimeter pest control programs are specifically designed for the Sandy Springs GA region. It is own goal to really know our customers and create a relationship built on trust and communication.
Mosquito Control Sandy Springs GA
Mosquito West Nile Virus and Zika Virus - What to Expect From Mapleleaf
The threat of Mosquito West Nile Virus and Zika Virus is spreading rapidly in the Southern States. Mosquito-borne diseases can have life-long detrimental effects on your family, friends and pets. Your yard and wooded areas is the perfect habitat and breeding ground for these blood suckers. They can ruin your outdoor activities like grilling, lounging, gardening, and playing.
Maple Leaf Lawn Care mosquito programs can address your current problems. We can help break the life cycle by finding and treating where mosquitoes live and breed. Even though mosquitoes can’t be totally eliminated, our service has been proven to reduce their numbers greatly so you can enjoy your summer.
Mosquito and Zika Virus Control Sandy Springs GA
What We Know About Zika
- Zika is spread mostly by the bite of an infected Aedes species mosquito (Ae. aegypti and Ae. albopictus). These mosquitoes are aggressive daytime biters. They can also bite at night.
- Zika can be passed from a pregnant woman to her fetus. Infection during pregnancy can cause certain birth defects.
- There is no vaccine or medicine for Zika.
Mosquitoes are resilient pests that will not only ruin your outdoor experience, but also carry dangerous vector-borne diseases. Mapleleaf Lawn Care uses our most powerful treatment for our perimeter barrier protection spray program.
Applied by our professional applicators around your home and throughout your backyard, our trusted and dependable mosquito control solution eliminates mosquitoes on contact and continues working for up to 21 days, depending on the impact of rain and weather elements. For optimum protection, we recommend season-long control, every 28 days. Mapleleaf Lawn Care Mosquito Program will remind you in advance of an upcoming service and leave you notice that we’ve been there. You don’t even need to be home during the application.
Flea and Tick Control and Prevention Sandy Springs GA
Doctors have warned that the “Powassan Virus” is a rare tick-borne illness and could be serious, and has no treatment or cure. Doctors say that if someone is bitten by an infected tick, they can get the virus within a matter of minutes. While the symptoms are similar to Lyme disease, they are far more severe.
PROTECT AGAINST LYME DISEASE AND TICK BORNE ILLNESSES
Enjoy peace of mind by implementing a tick management program with Mapleleaf Lawn Care. Our goal is to reduce the tick population in an affected area by 90-95% within a year. 100% reduction is not uncommon.
A misconception we hear from people is...
“I have no deer on my property, therefore I must not have any ticks." Wrong! Chipmunks, mice (particularly the nocturnal white footed mouse) birds, rabbits, squirrels, deer, wild turkey, etc., are all carriers of ticks. If any of these animals frequent your yard or surrounding areas, you are at high risk.
We Guarantee Results
If you’re not satisfied with the results during the regularly scheduled treatment, we will continue to work to solve your problem until you’re satisfied. Call us to discuss our service charges, payment plans, and refund policy.
Don’t let mosquitoes destroy the peace and tranquility of your home. Call or fill out our Contact Us form for a free inspection.
Mosquito, Flea, Tick Control and Prevention in Sandy Springs GA zip codes 30068, 30319, 30328, 30339, 30350, 31150, 30092, 30327, 30338, 30342, 30358, 31156.