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Our Tick Control Company in Clearwater Examines Common Tick Myths

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Ticks are invasive pests, and the potential danger that comes with tick infestations can make them a significant health risk. Because of how bothersome these pests can be, it’s essential to know how to deal with them and the steps to take if you’re bitten. And while information surrounding ticks is readily available, not all of it can be trusted. Below, we’ll debunk some common tick myths and take a closer look at how our tick control company helps Clearwater, FL, residents fight these pests.

Debunking Common Tick Myths

There are several tick-related myths out there. Here are a few of the most common and why you shouldn’t believe them:

1. Ticks only live in the woods.

Although ticks are more common in the woods, that’s not the only environment they can thrive in. Ticks feed on animals like mice and deer, which is why they can be found anywhere these animals frequent. And if you commonly spot mice, deer, and other small animals in your home’s outdoor areas, chances are that ticks are hanging around too.

2. All tick bites transmit disease.

One of the most common tick myths is that every single bite ends in the transmission of a disease. This is inaccurate for several reasons. First, not all ticks carry disease. And even if you’re bitten by a tick carrying a disease, there’s no guarantee that you’ll contract the disease. To transmit most diseases, ticks need to be attached to your skin for at least three hours.

3. Ticks burrow under your skin.

When ticks feed on you, they drop off after they get their fill. Although reactions from their bites can cause the skin to swell around their heads, ticks don’t burrow under the skin.

How Our Tick Control Company Protects Clearwater Residents

Choosing the comprehensive services offered by our tick control company means getting dependable protection. We utilize advanced treatments and a thorough preventative process to help you fight ticks and keep them out through the seasons.

Our tick control company proudly serves homeowners and businesses in these areas:

  • Clearwater
  • Dunedin
  • Palm Harbor
  • Safety Harbor
  • And throughout the surrounding communities

To get started with our tick control company in Clearwater, contact us today!

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