Environmental Turf Management:
Tick & Flea Pest Control
Here in Georgia, we take pride in our properties. The warm, southern weather gives us an opportunity to spend time outside on a virtually year-round basis – and we do our best to make the most of it. To us, our yards are more than just mere grass, trees, and shrubs; our properties are outdoor living spaces where we can play, entertain, or simply relax.
Fleas & Ticks Love Your Atlanta Backyard
Unfortunately, our sunny temperatures often invite more than just friends and neighbors to our outdoor Atlanta events. Fleas and ticks can run rampant here, particularly during the summer months. At Environmental Turf Management, we know fleas and ticks are more than just a mere nuisance capable of ruining our outside fun. When left untreated these tiny pests can bite and feed on your family as well as your family pets, with potentially disastrous results.
Fleas and ticks can spread a slew of diseases to both two-legged and four-legged loved ones, in just a single bite, including:
- Lyme disease
- Murine Typhus
- Mycoplasma haemofelis
Effective Flea & Tick Control Services In Atlanta
Environmental Turf Management delivers effective flea and tick control services to home and business owners throughout the Atlanta region. Since 2000, Environmental Turf has earned its reputation for providing customized treatments, services, and applications to residential and commercial properties. Our tick and flea treatment for yard control strategies are no exception.
Our three-pronged approach includes:
Property AssessmentWe evaluate the extent of your parasite problem. Once we understand the issue, we apply a treatment that targets these bugs where they live.
Extermination Of Current PestsEnvironmental Turf systematically treats your property to eliminate the current fleas and ticks swarming throughout your property.
Consistent TreatmentSuccessful flea and tick extermination often require more than a single application. Environmental Turf Management offers ongoing applications to prevent future infestations throughout your lawn and gardens.