FlyFoe, a mosquito and tick control company, is protecting homes from dangerous mosquito and tick bites this season. Due to mild winters, warmer temperatures, and rapid breeding, the United States has seen an increase in these pest populations over recent years. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention has reported that diseases transmitted through the bites of ticks, mosquitoes, and fleas have tripled nationwide since 2004.
FlyFoe, new to the pest management industry, is guided by a team of entomologists who have taken a fresh look at the industry and re-thought the traditional approach to mosquito and tick control. FlyFoe aims to be the “smarter solution” by using science to better combat these pests in a safer, more effective manner.
“We are not the average Joes of mosquito and tick control,” says owner, Jesse Zook of FlyFoe Collegeville & Wayne. “We create a customized plan for your yard—taking into account your neighbors—and understand how environmental factors play a part. What really sets us apart is our ability to reduce pests at every stage of their lifecycle, not only the biting adults.”
FlyFoe warns that many homegrown and local landscaping companies are not properly trained to reduce mosquito and tick populations. FlyFoe recommends you do your due diligence when looking for service: search for companies that have the proper licensing, pesticides, and professionally trained technicians. This will ensure you are receiving the safest and most effective treatment for your yard.
Many of the vector-borne illnesses—such as Lyme disease, Zika virus, Malaria, and Triple E—do not have a vaccine or treatment; this means one bite could leave you or your family seriously ill. As the diseases continue to spread, it is imperative to use a mosquito and tick control service to mitigate your risk and give you piece of mind.
FlyFoe is currently offering new customers $25 off their first month of service. To get a free estimate for mosquito and tick control, visit http://www.flyfoe.com.