Ticks are smaller pest and relatively flat that measure 3-5mm but female tick measures over 1cm when it is fully engorged.
They are divided into two categories: the soft tick which do not have shield on the back of its body and the hard tick which has a partial shield on their back. An adult tick has four pairs of legs and three pairs during the larvae stage (which develops into four pairs after molting). Their body has three segments: the head, the thorax and the abdomen. Their color varies according to species but they are commonly seen in reddish-brown and grey color.
Ticks live within the habitat of preferred host and they can be found inside or outside human homes. They feed on the blood of both animals and human and carry diseases that can cause serious damage to health.
Our Treatment Plan
- Identify The Species
- Identify Nesting Areas
- Discuss Food And Nesting Source Elimination
- Treat With The Least Invasion Necessary