The tick problem is fast becoming more and more of an issue in southern New Hampshire. With the increase in deer populations, our propensity to establish residential neighborhoods in wooded areas and the advent of climate change ticks are becoming more numerous and a greater health threat. Not only are the dog ticks increasing in number and range, but the blacklegged tick (formerly known as the deer tick) has established a greater presence in the southern part of the state. This tick is a carrier of Lyme disease. As a result this disease and other tick borne diseases are expanding in our area. We offer both cultural and pesticide options for control of these insects on your properties.
Pest and Tick Control