Summer may be dwindling down, but it’s not over yet. There are still a couple of weeks before Tulsa schools are back in session. You and the kids are probably trying to squeeze in every last drop of summer while you can. There is only one problem that you’re always trying to get rid of, mosquitos.
It seems like every year we are hearing more and more about mosquitos carrying dangerous diseases. Diseases like West Nile Virus and Zika Virus; every year it seems like those diseases are getting closer to Tulsa. You want to let your family enjoy their own yard, but you want to keep them safe from the dangers of mosquitos.
Speaking of tiny annoying things that like to eat on those you love, let’s talk about fleas and ticks. Once you see one, the next thing you know they’re everywhere in your Tulsa yard. It’s easy for your kids to go out and play with the dog, and everyone comes in with some extra, unwanted guests on them. Do you really want to have to do a tick check every time the kids go and play in the lawn?
Just like their mosquito friends, ticks can carry diseases. They carry diseases like Rocky Mounted Spotted Fever and Lyme Diseases. These diseases can be very serious and detrimental to humans.
You don’t have to keep the kids and the dog locked in the house all day. There are a few tricks to help keep annoying pests like mosquitos away. The first, don’t leaving standing water in your yard. It doesn’t take much water for mosquitos to find a nice comfortable home in your Tulsa lawn. Secondly, uses citronella candles and bug spray to keep mosquitos and fleas deterred from people.
The best way to ensure that you don’t have any fleas, ticks, or mosquitos is to get your Tulsa lawn treated regularly. As Oklahoma Landscape, we know you want to have fun in your yard without having to worry about if you are going to get eaten alive because you forgot to put on bug spray. We’re offering half off of your first mosquito control treatment to jump-start your flea-free, tick-free, mosquito-free, and most importantly, your worry-free lawn. Give us a call, so you can take back your Tulsa lawn and keep enjoying what summer is left.