Ticks & Fleas

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Check out of most frequently asked pest control care questions.
  • Are preventative programs always necessary?
    Regular pest control prevention programs are sometimes recommended based on a range of factors. Coastal Pest Control LLC offers several cost effective packages that can be customized according to your requirements.
  • How can I keep mice and rats off of my property in Kingston?
    Complete exclusion without treatment is difficult since most rodents can squeeze through even the tiniest of cracks. Visible openings should be caulked or filled with steel wool. Coastal Pest Control LLC can provide more effective methods that may only require minimal treatment.
  • I have seen big black ants in and around my Plymouth property. What are they?
    Large ants are most likely carpenter ants that are classified along with termites as wood-destroying insects. Contact Coastal Pest Control LLC to inquire about customized treatment plans and to properly assess the problem.
  • Am I required to sign a contract in order to receive services?
    No, Coastal Pest Control LLC does not require residential or commercial clients to sign binding contracts and provide services as needed.
  • Will I be required to vacate my home or place of business when you provide services?
    Depending on your particular pest problem, it is usually necessary for residential clients to leave their homes or the immediate area where our technicians are working. Pest control applications for commercial businesses in Kingston are normally performed after business hours. Coastal Pest Control LLC always makes the safety of property occupants our top priority.
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Tick & Flea Control in Plymouth

Signs You Might Have a Tick or Flea Problem

There are many signs that can indicate an infestation of ticks or fleas in your home. These include live sightings, an increase in pet scratching, and black or reddish-brown spots appearing on pet fur and bedding. 

Tiny black specks may be visible if you inspect the affected area closely, indicating larvae or adult parasites; these flea eggs are known to move quickly and jump from surface to surface. If you notice these signs, it's important to take action as soon as possible to treat the issue and prevent it from spreading further.

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Why It’s Important to Get Rid of Fleas and Ticks Quickly

Fleas and ticks are troublesome pests that can have a significant negative impact on our lives. They carry and transmit diseases such as Lyme Disease, Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, ehrlichiosis and tularemia. Not only can these diseases be serious for humans, but they can also cause harm to animals like cats and dogs. 

To prevent the spread of disease and keep us healthy, it is important to get rid of fleas and ticks as quickly as possible. The best way to do this is by using an effective repellent that keeps these parasites away from our families, pets, and homes. Taking quick action against fleas and ticks will also make outdoor time much more enjoyable!

Call Coastal Pest Control Today

If you have recently noticed fleas or ticks in your home, now is the time to call Coastal Pest Control. These pesky pests can cause more than an itchy annoyance; ticks in particular can spread nasty diseases and illnesses. Avoid these risks by having the professionals at Coastal Pest Control assess your home and create a removal plan. 

Our experienced staff will get rid of these intruders using safe yet effective solutions that are guaranteed to last. We’ll provide the highest quality tick and flea control services in Plymouth when you need them most.

Don’t wait until the problem gets worse – act now and call Coastal Pest Control at (508) 925-4797 today!

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