Bug bites carry a threat!
For a brown tailed moth infestation, we use Spinosad, the least environmentally harmful of the available pesticides. We also do trunk injections for larger trees. Please call or email for price quote.
We are staffed by Maine Department of Agriculture certified Commercial Master Applicators.
SafeYard Organics Pest Control applies their product by misting your property and its perimeter with high powered commercial applicator’s spray equipment that provides thorough area coverage. Ticks and mosquitos that come into contact with the spray are killed immediately and are repelled from the sprayed area for three more weeks. As soon as your yard is sprayed it is safe to re-enter within hours.
SafeYard treatments are available for the entire spring through autumn outdoor season. They can also be used as a single application to prepare your property for special events such as barbeques, outdoor parties and weddings. If you or your pets are bothered by fleas, a single application may be all you need to make your yard comfortable again. Elimination of biting pests will bring comfort to the outdoor experience, and peace of mind.
We are a locally owned, knowledgeable company, sensitive to the environment, and take special precaution around areas with large amounts of beneficial insect populations. We protect your bees!
SafeYard Organics is the number one choice to ensure a yard that is free of disease carrying insects.
If your pets are having flea problems, a one-time application, in many instances, will make your yard comfortable again. Treating your property monthly will control populations of deer and wood ticks, as well as other nuisance insects. If you see ticks on your pets, treating your outdoor space is highly recommended.
SafeYard Organics’ rates are based on the size and terrain of the property to be sprayed. Our base price is $150 and covers up to 10’000 square feet. The cost of each additional 10’000 square foot area is assessed at $80, and can be prorated for smaller areas.
Discounts are given for groups of four or more neighboring yards.
We encourage adjacent property owners to consider treating their yards on a regular schedule to diminish repopulation by the targeted insects.