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Tick Control In Omaha, NE

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Ticks are arachnids and external parasites. They have flat, oval-shaped bodies and eight legs. Depending on the type of tick you encounter, they can vary from grayish-white, reddish-brown, brown, black, or yellow. Lonestar ticks, dog ticks, Rocky Mountain spotted wood ticks, and deer ticks are native species in our area, so you'll most likely see reddish-brown, brown, or black ticks.

Ticks don't have wings and can't jump, so they find potential hosts by hanging out in tall grasses, shrubs, or underbrush and waiting for a host to pass by. The process of ticks finding a new host is called "questing."

Although tick infestations don't usually occur indoors, these pests can be a big concern in your yard and sometimes make their way indoors. If you are worried about ticks, contact the Omaha, NE pest control professionals at Quality Pest Control for assistance.

Quality Pest Control's Tick Control Treatments

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At Quality Pest Control, our highly trained service specialists provide top-notch tick control. We work with our clients to provide treatments that meet their specific needs instead of relying on a one-size-fits-all approach. Using an Integrated Pest Management methodology, we first identify the problem, address the resources that are attracting the pests and allowing them to survive, apply targeted materials, achieve control of the problem, and finally implement long-term protection.

To help you get started protecting yourself, your family, and your pets against these pests, we want to share several tick prevention tips:

  • Check yourself, pets, and family members for ticks after spending time outside.
  • If you plan on spending time in wooded areas or somewhere with tall grass, like along a lake or pond, it's a good idea to wear long clothing.
  • Wearing dark-colored clothes also makes it more challenging for these pests to spot you.
  • Talk to your veterinarian to have your pets on a year-round tick preventative.

For more information about tick treatments and prevention, contact us at Quality Pest Control!

Frequently Asked Questions About Tick Control

While ticks can get into your yard on their own, there is a good chance they got there on another host. Common hosts of ticks are birds, rodents, and wildlife such as raccoons and squirrels. To keep these animals from bringing ticks into your yard, you should install or repair damaged fencing to discourage them. It will also help if you remove food and water sources, as well as harborage areas and entry points into your home.

Quality Pest Control Has Your Back When Ticks Are Around

Remember, peak tick season is May and June in Omaha, so ensure you are utilizing the necessary protective measures to keep you and your whole family safe!

At Quality Pest Control, we are a locally owned and operated company that has been working with clients in the area since 1996. It's our priority to deliver exceptional service that offers our clients the pest-free environment and peace of mind they deserve. Our combination of cutting-edge technology and a science-based approach to residential pest control allows us to provide safe and effective treatments while keeping the environment in mind.

You'll always get an honest and straightforward answer to all your questions when you work with us. If you believe there is a high population of these pests on your property or have other concerns, don't wait to call us at Quality Pest Control to get rid of ticks in your yard!

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