Tick-Be-Gone, Your Tick Control Specialists

 The incidence of tick-borne diseases, particularly Lyme disease, has increased dramatically in recent years.  This is due largely to reforestation and the subsequent increase in the abundance of wildlife that play host to ticks.  In 2002 a record-setting 4,631 cases of Lyme disease were reported in Connecticut alone – the highest number in the United States.  This disease will affect its victims for the rest of their lives.

Of course the trouble with ticks is that you can barely see them; therefore the key to controlling ticks is by understanding their life cycle and habitat.  Possessing this crucial knowledge, so we can get to them before they get to you.  So protect your friends, family and pets against Lyme disease and tick-borne illnesses.  Enjoy peace of mind by implementing a tick management program with Tick-Be-GoneSM (a service of Grassman, LLC).   Our goal is to reduce the tick population in an affected area by 90-95% within a year.  100% reduction is not uncommon. 

Have you or anyone you know been bitten?

Ticks may carry potentially infectious bacteria that can affect you, your children, and your pets for the rest of their lives!

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A misconception we hear from people is

“I have no deer on my property, therefore I must not have any ticks."  Wrong!!!

Chipmunks, mice (particularly the nocturnal white footed mouse) birds, rabbits, squirrels, deer, wild turkey, etc., are all carriers of ticks. If any of theses animals frequent your yard or surrounding areas, you are at risk.

We at Grassman, LLC are Tick Control Specialists and offer Tick-Be-GoneSM  a tick control service.

Grassman, LLC, is a family owned and operated business. Fully licensed & insured.

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Grassman, LLC

P.O Box 768
South Windsor, CT 06074 

Bus Reg. # B-2005
(860) 289-5288
Toll Free: 1-888-TICK-OFF

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