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Tick Control in Fort Lauderdale, FL

Tick Control in Fort Lauderdale, FL

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Enjoy your tick-free yard with our tick control service in Fort Lauderdale. 

Schedule an appointment now that works for you and say goodbye to those pesky ticks for good.

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  • Starting at $69/mo

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Let Us Take Care of Your Tick Problem in Fort Lauderdale

Native Pest Management, a family-owned company founded by third-generation Florida natives, offers complete residential and commercial tick control services to homes and businesses throughout Fort Lauderdale.

During our initial visit, we will identify the severity of the tick infestation and note any other present pests.Native Pest Management provides professional lawn care treatments to make your home a tropical paradise. If the ticks are inside your home, we provide home pest control treatments to eliminate them completely.  Our lawn care products are pet friendly and eco-friendly, so you’ll be protecting your family and your pets from any black-legged ticks, lone star ticks, Gulf Coast ticks, American dog ticks and Brown dog ticks that may make their way into your yard.

Why Us?

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No more hanging around all day wondering when the pest control service will show up. We’ll provide you with a 2 hr time window and if we don’t show up within that range, we’ll credit you $25.

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Pet & Kid-Friendly

We use the safest products and treatment methods available for tick control. Our precise 30-point protection program effectively targets ticks while remaining kid and pet-friendly. 

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We not only get rid of your existing tick problem but also take steps to help prevent ticks from coming back. Customers have been so impressed with our work that 88% would recommend us to a friend.

3 Easy Steps for Peace of Mind

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Book your initial tick control appointment today. We will contact you once we’re on our way, then knock on your door when we arrive.

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Our ongoing pest control and lawn care services have a dramatic effect on eliminating the tick population.

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After completing the treatment, we will email you a report on what was done, products used, and include notes on any concerns.


How do I know if I have ticks in my yard?

Since ticks are so small, they can be hard to spot. The easiest way to identify a tick problem is by noticing if you, your family, and your pets constantly have ticks on their bodies after being outside. 

What time of year are ticks most common in Fort Lauderdale?

It actually depends on the species and age of the tick! 

Here are the active seasons for each of the five common ticks species in Florida:

  • Black legged tick:

    • Adults: fall-early winter

    • Larvae and nymphs: spring-summer

  • American dog tick

    • Adults: spring-summer

    • Larvae and nymphs: spring-summer

  • Brown dog tick

    • Adults: spring - fall

    • Larvae and nymphs: spring - fall

  • Gulf coast tick

    • Adults: fall-winter

    • Larvae and nymphs: fall-winter

  • Lone star tick

    • Adults: spring-summer

    • Larvae and nymphs: spring-fall

How can I prevent ticks?

  • Wear the right protective clothing (long sleeves and pants); especially when you’re in wooded or grassy areas.

  • If you wear boots, tuck your pants into them for extra protection.

  • Use lemon eucalyptus oil! Think of it as an eco-friendly bug spray. The only issue is that you will need to frequently reapply.

Do I need to prepare my yard for tick control services?

No, we do not require any sort of preparation for ornamental pest control services.

How do I remove a tick from my body?

If you find a tick on your body, you’ll want to remove it asap in case the tick is infected. It takes about 24-48 hours for a tick to transmit bacteria, so that’s why you want to do a thorough check after outdoor activities like hiking or fishing. 

When you remove the tick, find a good pair of tweezers and grab the tick as close to your skin as possible, then pull straight back. 

Aim for the head, not the abdomen - if punctured, you’ll be exposed to any bacteria from the tick. Avoid using other remedies like heat, vaseline or oils, which can lead to the same result.

If the size of the tick surprises you, this could mean that the tick has already been feeding for a while. A tick with a swollen belly means a tick full of blood. 

In this case you’ll want to pay extra special attention to the bite and make sure nothing is out of the ordinary. If you develop a rash, fever above 102 degrees, aches, then see a doctor as soon as you can.

How often should I get lawn and ornamental services?

We recommend that all clients get monthly lawn and ornamental service. For clients who don’t have a lawn or do not need the lawn care aspect, an ornamental service can be done independently.

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