Ticks

Ticks are parasites that live by sucking blood from hot-blooded animals, including humans.

Ticks pierce the skin, transmitting an anticoagulant to the host to prevent blood clots and then suck blood. A portion of the blood goes straight down the rectum so that ticks can lay their eggs.

Tick bites can cause irritation, discomfort and other parasitic infections such as tapeworm.

Ticks often hitchhike indoors on pets or household pests like rats and mice. They are often found in carpeted areas, gardens, courtyards and inside cracks, crevices.

Tick eggs often take several weeks or up to more than 12 months to hatch. Normally, eggs hatch in hot and humid weather and resulting in the instant penetration at the serious level as epidemic.

CONTROL AND ERADICATION TICKS

Cheap pesticides in the market are often produced by companies that use solvent-based insecticides for indoors and outdoors. These products are not recommended and listed in HNPC’s categories, especially when family members have asthma or bronchial asthma. Warranty of tick control services also varies depending on the risk of re-entry of the bug.

Please contact HNPC when your family has a tick problem to get a free survey and consultation on the effective and comprehensive pest control services of HNPC. 

 

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