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In lush areas like Newtown, Pottstown, West Chester, Kennett Square, and Coatesville, PA, fleas and ticks are some of the most prevalent and invasive parasites sure to cause you and your family trouble during spring and summer. We believe the only effective method of treatment is timely applications directly at the source of the problem.
When you partner with Go Green Lawn and Pest Control for tick and flea treatment, you’ll receive the following:
Fleas love furry creatures, so our pets’ thick fur coats are common breeding grounds. While animals like dogs, cats, foxes, coyotes, raccoons, and opossums are common hosts, fleas won’t hesitate to latch onto human hair follicles. Yikes! Since they do typically start on animals, they are certainly at more of a risk.
If you’re an arachnophobe, ticks are definitely the enemy. These eight-legged parasites feed exclusively on blood. Found in grassy and wooded areas, which is the majority of our local Delaware Valley, both humans and pets are susceptible to their peril. Successful control of tick populations right at the source is crucial. Tick-borne illnesses that both humans and dogs are susceptible to include:
As summer rolls around, ticks become every parent’s worst nightmare. Ticks are not picky when it comes to who they’ll feed on. Ticks threaten our loved ones, children, and our pets, so it is imperative to have strong tick control around your lawn. Go Green is here to protect you and your pets from ticks.
At Go Green Lawn and Pest Control, your health and the health of your loved ones and pets are our highest priority. Throughout the tick and flea treatment process, we will utilize eco-friendly, direct-application methods to minimize pesticide use, ensuring your family’s safety. Through transparent and empathetic communication, you can rest assured we will successfully control flea and tick populations in your yard. Check out the Pros and Cons of Organic Based Pest Control!
The Go Green Lawn and Pest Control tick and flea treatment services are proudly served in the following counties: Delaware, Montgomery, New Castle, Lancaster, Bucks, and Chester County. If you have any questions on if we service your area, view our service area map or call us at 610-285-7057 for more information. For additional questions, check out our Frequently Asked Questions. Have peace of mind from these disease-carrying critters in these service areas: