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Tick Extermination & Control in NY, NJ & CT

Ticks are one of the most common household pests that New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut homeowners try to eliminate from their environment. But not only are these pests unwanted guests — they often pose a health risk.

We use the most environmentally sensitive methods to effectively reduce the tick population on your property. We treat areas most conducive to tick activity and consistently provide you with important recommendations based on observations during our routine visits. Removing leaf litter, reducing overgrown shrubbery, cutting the grass frequently, are just some of the cultural practices you can do in combination with our efforts to reduce exposure to ticks for your family and pets.

Months of applications are recommended based on statistics generated from the Center for Disease control studies that show reported cases of Lyme Disease. Statistically, New York and Connecticut continue to be the areas with the most reported cases of Lyme Disease. Organic Treatments to reduce tick population are available upon request, as well as a free risk assessment for you property.

Homeowners, property managers and real estate owners have relied on J.P. McHale Pest Management, Inc. conveniently located in Westchester, for pest control services since 1971. We use environmentally sensitive methods to reduce the tick populations on properties from Putnam to Dutchess to Fairfield to Passaic and beyond! We also provide organic tick control treatments upon request.

Protect Against Lyme Disease in Rockland, Westchester, Fairfield & Beyond

Ticks are very small arachnids  that feed on the blood of warm-blooded animals, including dogs, cats, mice, deer, and, of course, people. A tick will latch onto the skin, dig in its feeding apparatus, and then bite. When the tick is full, it swells in size. Then it drops off the host, only to repeat the cycle again later.

Lyme disease is caused by the bacterium Borrelia burgdorferi and is transmitted to humans by the bite of infected deer ticks. Steps to prevent Lyme disease include using insect repellent, removing ticks promptly, landscaping, and integrated pest management. The ticks that transmit Lyme disease can occasionally transmit other tick-borne diseases as well.

Full Service Pest Solutions for Your Home

Have more than just a tick problem? Don’t worry — with more than 40 years of experience in pest control, J.P. McHale Pest Management Inc. is able to offer a variety of extermination solutions. We work with residential and commercial clients to exterminate and eliminate termites, rats, bed bugs, roaches and other pests.

As NY, NJ and CT’s go-to pest control company, J.P. McHale Pest Management Inc. is dedicated to the satisfaction of our clients. Property managers and homeowners alike have trusted us to keep their property disease-free and protected against pests. Contact us today for a consultation!

J.P. McHale Pest Management Inc. is a family-owned and -operated enterprise located in Westchester County. Fast, effective service is delivered to strategic areas in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut. Counties we work in include Westchester, Putnam, Rockland, Dutchess, Orange, Bergen, Hudson, Morris, Passaic, Essex and FairfieldWe absolutely love what we do and look forward to delivering peace of mind to you and your surroundings. Our programs are very effective — we guarantee it, or your investment is fully refunded.

Bed Bug
Bed Bug<br>Elimination
We have the expertise needed to detect and eliminate bed bug infestations. Ask about our bed bug care package!
We use environmentally-friendly termite monitors to detect and eliminate termite colonies, giving you the protection you need.
Tick & Mosquito
Tick & Mosquito<br>Abatement
We offer tick and mosquito treatments, such as the Vector Intervention Program, which protects from disease.
Rodent Control
Rodent Control<br>Programs
When your business or home has a rodent problem, we’ll eliminate these pests using environmentally-friendly products.
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