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Flea & Tick Treatment

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Make Your Yard Flea & Tick Free for Your Family and Furry Friends

Having your yard regularly treated for fleas and ticks helps protect you, your children, and pets from contracting illnesses carried by these pests. Get a lawn you can feel good about having your family play in. The lawn care experts at NaturaLawn can provide the flea and tick control regimen you need.

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Benefits of Flea & Tick Lawn Treatment Service from NaturaLawn of America

Natural Control Materials

The NaturaLawn® of America Flea & Tick Control Program uses a combination of natural control materials including plant extracts, botanical oils and biological products. This enables us to provide a safer service for your family and pets, as well as beneficial insects in your lawn.


Our flea & tick controls are safer than traditional lawn care chemicals. This is especially beneficial to organisms including birds, fish, pets, other animals and of course, people.

Environmentally Sound

There is absolutely no need to apply costly, harsh or unnecessary synthetic chemicals to your lawn for flea and tick control. Our program utilizes biorational control products which are safer for the environment.


Our program offers season-long control of fleas and ticks on your property, greatly reducing your chances of contracting tick-borne diseases.

How Much Does It Cost To Have My Lawn Treated For Fleas And Ticks?

Every yard is different and presents a unique set of challenges to controlling these pests. It's best to get a customized quote based on your specific lawn care needs.

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Did You Know?

Fleas can produce up to 28 eggs per day and have been known to transmit Typhus? Or that ticks are the main carriers of Lyme disease, a disease that not only affects the bite area but can permanently damage the nervous system and joints? Both fleas and ticks can produce multiple generations in their lifespan and thrive in hot, humid conditions. Check out our 11 ways to repel ticks in yards naturally.

The Smart Choice for Flea and Tick Control

When considering the health benefits for your family and pets, it is a smart choice to use a safer alternative to control fleas and ticks in your yard.

It is important to remember proper flea and tick control consists of a three-pronged approach:

  • Take precautions with your pet. Check with your veterinarian for recommendations concerning various shampoos, dips and current vaccinations, and read up on how to prevent tick bites. If you or your pet is bitten by a tick, be sure you understand how to safely remove a tick.
  • Consider inside your house. Treat areas that are likely to harbor fleas and ticks such as carpets and upholstery.
  • Give proper attention to the ground around your home. Treating your lawn can help reduce populations of fleas and ticks your pets are likely to come in contact with.

Our Flea & Tick Control Program is an ongoing program requiring a series of applications in order to be effective, due to the life cycle of fleas and ticks. Contact your local service provider today to discuss a program. In the meantime, you can help keep ticks away from your yard with a few simple steps.

Frequently Asked Questions About Flea and Tick Treatment

Will this treatment kill all the fleas and ticks?
One application should control up to 70% of the existing populations; however, new young will hatch and re-infestations will occur. Therefore, a multi-application program should be used to effectively control the pest.
If it rains after the application, will it still be effective?
Yes. In fact, a little rain can even help.
How long before I can let my children and pets on the lawn?
Children and pets can play on the lawn as soon as the application has dried.
What is the best time to treat my yard for fleas and ticks?

The best time to treat your yard for fleas and ticks depends on several factors, including your geographical location, the climate in your area, and the severity of the flea and tick infestation.

In general, the ideal time to treat your yard for fleas and ticks is in the late spring or early summer, before these pests reach their peak population. This will help prevent a large infestation from developing and will make it easier to control any existing infestations.

However, if you live in a warmer climate or if you notice signs of fleas and ticks in your yard earlier in the year, you may need to treat your yard earlier in the spring. Similarly, if you live in a cooler climate or if the infestation is not severe, you may be able to wait until later in the summer to treat your yard.

It's also important to note that some flea and tick treatments require multiple applications, so you may need to treat your yard more than once to ensure that all of the pests are eliminated.

Ultimately, the best time to treat your yard for fleas and ticks will depend on your specific situation, so it's a good idea to consult with a pest control professional who can recommend the most effective treatment plan for your needs.

One application should control up to 70% of the existing populations; however, new young will hatch and re-infestations will occur. Therefore, a multi-application program should be used to effectively control the pest.

What Can I Expect From NaturaLawn's Flea & Tick Lawn Treatment Service?


NaturaLawn's flea and tick management experts will arrive promptly and in uniform. They will use state-of-the-art equipment to treat your lawn for fleas and ticks.

No Inconvenience To You

You don't even have to be home. Our team will work with you to schedule your yard treatment for a time that's convenient for you, whether or not you will be present at the property then.

A Safer Lawn

Flea and tick populations should be reduced in your lawn from the first application of our combination of natural control materials. And a regular reapplication should keep these pests from reinvesting your yard. That means a lawn that's safer for you and your family.

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