Mosquito & Tick ControlIn the Brookfield, Pewaukee, & Wauwatosa, WI Area.

Avoid diseases like Lyme disease and Zika virus, by taking advantage of our preventative mosquito and tick control treatments that feature our organic insecticide.

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With our preventative mosquito and tick control keep your Brookfield, Pewaukee, or Wauwatosa, WI yard from being infested.

Residents who invest in our mosquito and tick treatments for their property will provide a safer environment for their family and pets and will avoid problematic diseases.

Our organic insecticides are a safe and non-toxic means of repelling mosquitoes and ticks for residents in the Brookfield, WI community.

It can be a major buzz kill when your yard is infested with mosquitoes, ticks, or both! These particular insects can cause problematic diseases for your family, both human and furry. At Beautiful Blooms Landscape & Design, LLC, we help customers know what to look out for and how they can invest in mosquito and tick control for their Brookfield, Pewaukee, and Wauwatosa, WI residential properties.

Our mosquito and tick treatments provide a preventative measure towards keeping an infestation from occurring in your yard, as well as a safer environment for you and your pets.

Diseases Carried by Deer Ticks & American Dog Ticks, as Well as Common Symptoms From Their Bites

Two of the most commonly dealt with ticks in the state of Wisconsin are the Deer Tick and the American Dog Tick.

The Deer Tick, or the black-legged tick, is the most common type of tick. They are the tick most people think of when they are warned about ticks. These particular ticks are carriers of quite a few diseases but are well known to be carriers of Lyme disease.

The American Dog Tick, or wood tick, is a carrier for the bacterium that is known to spread Rocky Mountain spotted fever.

Some of the most common symptoms associated with diseases related to tick bites include:

  • Rash in a bull's eye pattern
  • Joint pain and weakness
  • Flu-like symptoms
  • Stiffness or swelling
  • Fatigue and fever

Just one tick bite can spread diseases! Lyme disease is the highest reported tick disease in the state of Wisconsin. If you notice symptoms within 3-30 days of a tick bite, you may be infected with a serious disease that can cause chronic health risks. Seek medical attention immediately!

The Diseases That Mosquitos Transfer by Their Bites

Mosquitoes are a nuisance, especially during wet, hot, summer months. Mosquitoes are attracted to the scents of both humans and other animals and bite to retrieve blood. However, during this process, they can transmit many different diseases. A number of these diseases can be life-threatening and make the host extremely sick.

Some of the most commonly transferred diseases via mosquito bites are:

  • West Nile virus
  • Zika virus
  • Malaria
  • Encephalitis
  • Dog heartworm

Diseases spread via mosquitoes can be transmitted from a single bite. The best way of keeping mosquitoes at bay is to take preventative measures to keep your property free and clear of mosquitoes.

Active Seasons, Environmental Conditions, & Recommended Applications for the Best Protection From Mosquitos & Ticks

Tall grass and shade are the kind of environment that ticks can be found in the Wauwatosa, WI area.

Both mosquitoes and ticks are most active throughout the spring, summer, and early fall seasons. During this time, mosquitoes and ticks are at their peak. Ticks can be found lurking on properties that hold a lot of shade and wooded areas. Mosquitoes thrive in damp, warm environmental conditions or with areas of standing water.

To prevent both of these pests, invest in preventative lawn treatments. We recommend approximately three to four applications between the months of May and September for the best protection. Most treatments available on the market last 20-30 days before needing to be re-applied.

Our Organic Insecticide & How It Works

We use an all-natural insecticide that is safe and non-toxic. This ensures your children and pets are in safe hands at all times from pests while also being protected from the toxic chemicals that can be found in some pesticides and insecticides.

Organic insecticide dries clear and does not harm other insects, such as bees, worms, and butterflies. The insecticide works by creating a barrier that repels mosquitoes and ticks with an odor that affects their highly sensitive sense of smell.

Call for a free estimate on a mosquito and tick control program for your property.

Start protecting your pets, children, and family today and take your yard back! Spend more time outdoors with a peace of mind when you invest in our mosquito and tick control program. We offer multiple applications for your property to keep it safe and tick-free, all spring, summer, and fall.

Call us at (414) 431-1757 for a free estimate on your Brookfield, Pewaukee, or Wauwatosa, WI residential property today!

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