Preparing your home or business for the summer season might involve putting screens in your windows and digging the lawn mower out of the garage, but this year it is especially important to prepare for neighborhood insects. There are potentially dangerous diseases to worry about such Lyme disease which is spread by deer ticks. As wooded and outdoor-friendly as southwestern and South Central Michigan is, it is hardly surprising that medical practitioners are diagnosing greater numbers of cases in the area. Instead of worrying and stressing about these diseases, enlist the help of Mosquito Squad of Southwest and South Central Michigan to have the safest summer yet!
In a story from WILX News advised people in south central and southwestern Michigan to be aware of greater numbers of diseased ticks, and reported a 66% increase in Lyme disease cases from 2012 to 2013. In fact, the illness is becoming so prevalent in the region that there are multiple Lyme disease support groups to help victims and their families understand and live with the condition. Using insect spray and wearing long sleeves, pants, and tall socks are all good precautions to take, but when your family’s health is at risk, better to turn to the professionals at Mosquito Squad of Southwest and South Central Michigan and be safe rather than sorry!
At Mosquito Squad of Southwest Michigan, we care about you, your family and your friends. We want you to be able to enjoy the outdoors – and be happy and healthy while you do so. Parents with young children, expecting mothers, and senior citizens are particularly susceptible to insect-borne illnesses. Protect your family from the threat of infection and sickness this summer. Call the professionals at Mosquito Squad of Southwest and South Central Michigan, and let our team help you protect your family in your own backyard from Battle Creek to the Lakeshore.
At Mosquito Squad our barrier treatment will take care of Mosquitoes and Adult Ticks. Our Intensive Tick Treatment will work on the next generation of Ticks. We use Tick Tubes in conjunction with the mice. The mice will take the treated material inside the tick tubes and use it for bedding. When the nymph ticks get their blood meal on the mouse in the winter, they will be exposed to the chemical and be eliminated. Never growing to the adult stage. Don’t worry, no harm will come to the mouse.