For many homeowners choosing whether or not to protect their landscape from mosquitoes through chemical sprays is a difficult decision. A lot of our clients don’t feel comfortable having their yards sprayed but they still want to be protected from the risk of Zika and other mosquito borne illnesses. As a company we listened to your feedback and brainstormed ways to solve this issue. After months of research and development, we are excited to announce the launch of our new 100% Organic Mosquito & Tick Treatment.
RTEC’s Safe-Shield™ Organic Mosquito & Tick Treatment is a 100% organic tick, mosquito, flea and other nuisance insect treatment. By using an organic control option you get the benefit of protection without having to worry about being exposed to chemicals.
Each application provides 4 weeks of residual repellent benefits, compared to the leading Mosquito Spray company’s treatment which only lasts 14 days.
Is It Safe?
Yes, Safe-Shield™ Organic Mosquito & Tick Treatment is safe for use around children and pets.
Does It Kill Bees Or Other Good Insects?
Safe-Shield™ Organic Mosquito & Tick Treatment will not harm beneficial insects in the landscape, such as ladybugs, butterflies, bees, or earthworms.
Does It Only Control Ticks & Mosquitos?
Safe-Shield™ Organic Mosquito & Tick Treatment not only kills and repels ticks and mosquitoes but gnats, fleas, ants, centipedes, earwigs, millipedes, mites, spiders, whiteflies, and other nuisance insects as well.
Why Is Mosquito & Tick Control Important?
Mosquitoes and Ticks bring nasty and potentially deadly diseases in your yard. Some of the mosquito/tick borne illnesses include; Zika, West Nile Virus, Chikungunya, Dengue Fever, Lyme Disease, Babesiosis, and Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever. By killing and repelling tick & mosquito populations in your landscape you greatly reduce your risk of contracting the illnesses listed above.
Make sure your family is safe this summer by scheduling a Safe-Shield™ Organic Mosquito & Tick Treatment consultation with an Arborist today! Book online or give us a call at 703.573.3029.
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