Call us today to protect your family from rodent and tick-borne Lyme disease at the source!
With Lyme disease on the rise throughout the United States, we all want to protect our family from tick borne diseases like Lyme Disease. If you live in or around Winston-Salem, Greensboro, Charlotte, High Point, Asheville, Boone, Lexington, Mt.Airy you are right in the middle of the tick zone of the Southeastern United States.
Lyme disease is spread by the bite of an infected tick. There are approximately 250,000 cases of Lyme disease in the United States each year. If you enjoy outside activities like camping or hiking, and/or spend time in wooded or grassy areas, the chance of being bitten by an infected tick in North Carolina rises dramatically.
According to the CDC people living in or visiting the mid-Atlantic states, like North Carolina and Virginia, are at risk. But you and your family can prevent tick bites and reduce your risk of Lyme disease with proper precautions.
Health officials report that over 75% of Lyme disease cases are contracted from ticks found in our yards. Only Tick Box technology offers an innovative solution to Lyme Disease bearing ticks to reduce the risk of exposure to your family.
Tick Box Control System
- Developing ticks feed on rodents found in your yard before they reach adulthood. The Tick Box Control System treats rodents to kill ticks before they can spread Lyme Disease.
- Tick Box Control System can reduce tick populations by nearly 87.9% after just one year.
- Field trials show the number of developing ticks can be reduced by 97.3% after two years
- View the Tick Box System in action
If you live in North Carolina or Virginia and want to utilize the latest technology to protect your family from Lyme disease spread by infected ticks and rodents please contact one of our offices. We proudly serve Winston-Salem, Greensboro, Charlotte, High Point, Asheville, Boone, Lexington, Mt.Airy, Mocksville, Statesville, Burlington, Thomasville and the surrounding areas of Southwestern Virginia.
Call us today and get a jump on ticks.