Fleas, ticks, and mosquitoes can significantly impact landscapes and properties, posing various threats that make insect control crucial.


While fleas primarily infest pets, they can also thrive in outdoor areas and cause discomfort to people as well. As they breed, fleas leave behind a trail of eggs, larvae, and pupae that can infest carpets, furniture, and even soil. These can feed on plant debris and organic matter and affect soil health.


Ticks are notorious carriers of serious illnesses that may spread to humans and pets. Large tick populations can also lead to stunted growth, discoloration, and even plant death. They prefer to live in the cool, moist woodlands, where they have the best chance of finding an animal host.


Mosquitoes are carriers of diseases such as malaria and dengue, and their presence can pose health hazards to humans and animals. While they do not directly harm plants or landscapes, their presence can limit gardening activities and indirectly affect the health and pollination of plants by influencing human behavior and disrupting the ecosystem.

Tick Control Program

Our tick control program includes 7 services throughout the season. We use a safe and effective approach to target ticks on contact. Our team is trained to identify and treat specific areas where ticks live, which reduces the amount of control needed to minimize the threat of ticks. To ensure complete coverage, our applicator uses a commercial, high-pressure sprayer, which can reach up to 40 feet into the woods surrounding your property and other areas where ticks are found. Backpack sprayers or granular products are not as effective in killing ticks.

After a Traditional spray where the ticks are killed on contact, your property is ready to use after the product dries, which is about two hours after the service is completed.

After an Organic spray, your property is ready to use after about 15 minutes, but it will take up to 3 hours after the service is completed for the ticks to die.


The Spring tick control applications target the ticks that are still in the nymph stage of development. They will need two blood meals to grow into the adult stage of their life cycle, which means that Spring is when you will have the *Highest Bite Risk Potential* on your property. Their blood meals come from people, pets, deer, and small animals, such as mice, squirrels, and chipmunks. To control the tick population at your home, we also provide Damminix tubes to be placed around your property to help decrease the number of ticks present.


The Summer tick control applications target the adult ticks that have been re-introduced to your property by deer and small animals, such as mice, squirrels, and chipmunks.


The Fall tick control applications target the adult ticks that have been re-introduced to your property. This application is especially important because it targets the pregnant adult ticks or those that will be mating and laying eggs (typically 2500 -3000 of them at a time). A reduction in those ticks means fewer nymphs in the Spring when there is the highest risk of being bitten.

Mosquito Control Program

We offer two types of services for mosquito control. Our “party sprays” are perfect for events like weddings, graduations, or picnics. Alternatively, our season-long program involves monthly treatments to reduce the mosquito population on your property. The price of the service depends on the size of your property and can be done separately or added to your tick control service. After the treatment, you should see a reduction in the mosquito population for up to 30 days, depending on weather conditions. West Nile Virus is a major health concern on Long Island during the summer months. Reducing the mosquito population not only makes your property more enjoyable but also helps prevent the spread of mosquito-borne diseases.