Pest solutions for your favorite outdoor spaces
If you're like most NJ residents, you put a lot of time and care into your yard. It's where a lot of living happens and memories are made. Whether it's your children's playground, your dog's play pen, or your favorite place to BBQ, outdoor pests can not only be annoying but they also pose health risks.
While we cannot eliminate mosquitos, ticks and fleas entirely, we can reduce populations making your outdoor space
a pleasant one.
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Yard Guard includes Horizon's Service Guarantee. If mosquitoes, fleas, and ticks persist, we will come out to retreat at no additional charge. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Committed to the protection of your health
The environment we live in often creates opportunities for ticks, fleas, mosquitoes and other pests to thrive. Pests in your yard can transmit serious diseases to you and your family.
Here are the common yard pests and the diseases they can transmit:
- Ticks spread Lyme disease
- Fleas transmit tapeworms and can also carry bacterial infections.
- Mosquitoes transmit serious illnesses such as West Nile Virus, Malaria, and Encephalitis.
The frightening reality is that since these insects love to linger in our yards, these diseases may be lurking as well. That's why the latest identification and surveillance techniques used by Horizon professionals take on even greater importance.
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