Stop tick problems in your yard


Published on – There are several serious conditions you can get from a tick bite and all it takes is walking through an infested area to end up with a ticks on you. But with a bit of knowledge and the help of a pest and tick control professional to keep you and your family safe.

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Stop tick problems in your yard

  1. 1. Stop Tick Problems<br />Let Y.E.S. Pest Pros help prevent tick problems in your yard.<br />
  2. 2. Tiny Insects – Serious Consequences<br />Rocky Mountain spotted fever<br />Anaplasmosis<br />Ehrlichiosis<br />Lyme Disease<br />These are just a few of the serious conditions you can get from a tick bite, and all it takes is walking through an infested area to end up with one of these conditions. Fortunately, a little bit of knowledge and the help of a pest and tick control professional can ensure you and your family stay out of harm’s way.<br />
  3. 3. Not Always Easy to See<br />Ticks are prevalent in various environments throughout the world, and some species, as well as in some stages of life, ticks are so tiny, they’re nearly impossible to spot. That doesn’t, however, stop them from looking for animals or people to bite. <br /><br />
  4. 4. Prevention Is Essential<br />The best way to prevent illness is to protect yourself and your family from tick bites in the first place. Understand that wooded and grassy areas typically play host to ticks. If possible, stick to the center of a trail to avoid ticks. Using a tick and insect repellent with DEET is also helpful.<br /><br />
  5. 5. Tick Control: Reduce Your Risk<br />If you are outdoors, you’ll want to check your body for ticks on a daily basis. Make certain you remove any ticks you find. If you shower within two hours of being outdoors, you can greatly reduce your risk of ticks. Make certain you check your clothing as well.<br />
  6. 6. Treating Bites<br />If you are bitten, remove the attached tick immediately using fine tipped tweezers. <br />Once removed, clean the area with rubbing alcohol. <br />If a rash or a fever develops, make certain to see a health professional as soon as possible.<br /><br />
  7. 7. Getting Some Help<br />Contacting a tick pest control expert is the best way to eliminate ticks within your yard. Using a pesticide that is safe for your family yet deadly to ticks, they can help to reduce the population of ticks in and around your home.<br />
  8. 8. Looking To the Future<br />For maximum tick control around your home, you may also want to make a few changes yourself. Keep your children’s play areas are free from shrubs, bushes, and other vegetation. Keep tall grasses and brush kept away from homes, and discourage deer from entering your property.<br /><br />
  9. 9. Remember Your Pets<br />Don’t forget to prevent your pets from bringing ticks into your home too. Your vet can help you decide on an appropriate course of action for pet tick pest control. <br />
  10. 10. Specialty Tick Treatment<br />Young Environmental Solutions is the local expert on tick control. They offer a specially designed tick treatment products to kill ticks and prevent infestation for your lawn, shrubs and crawl spaces.<br />Visit for more information.<br />