Don't Let Ticks Drive You Crazy

Don't Let Ticks Drive You Crazy

Turn to Cedar Tree Properties of Albany, New York for tick removal services

If you spend time outdoors, especially in the warmer months, you need to be aware of the potential hazards that ticks pose to your family. Ticks are external parasites that live by feeding on the blood of mammals such as humans, dogs, and cats.

They also have the ability to transmit diseases such as:

•Lyme Disease
•Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever

Several different types of ticks can be found across the Albany, New York area including:

•American dog tick
•Lone star tick
•Deer tick

Dealing with ticks in your home or business can be frustrating. Luckily, Cedar Tree Properties in Albany, New York employs experienced pest control technicians who are committed to zapping your tick problem for good.

Protect your family from the potential dangers caused by ticks. Contact our Albany, New York office to learn more about our tick removal services!


Frequently Ask Questions

What is a tick?

A tick is classified as an external parasite that lives by feeding on the blood of mammals and birds.

Are ticks a threat to my dog or cat?

Yes, ticks feed on mammals. Therefore, your pets are at risk for ticks bites. With the proper tick prevention services from an experienced pest control company and a tick prevention medicine from your vet you can better protect your four-legged pets.

Do ticks transmit diseases?

Yes, ticks are known to transmit diseases such as Lyme Disease and Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever.

What is the ideal habitat for a tick?

Ticks prefer to make their home in cooler areas away from the sun. Therefore, typically they can be found in trees, bushes, leafs, and tall grass.

Do ticks survive cold weather?

Yes, ticks survive the winter by going dormant or latching onto a host. On warmer winter days ticks will venture out to try to feed.

When are ticks most active?

Ticks are most active during the warmer months. They will start to become less dormant once the weather gets above 45 degrees. In our area we start to see an increase of ticks from mid- March to mid-November (depending on the season).