It’s a common thought that ticks are no longer an issue once the first frost hits. While they are certainly not as common, there are a few instances where you may still encounter deer ticks during the winter (yes, even in New England). Here’s what you need to know to stay safe.
North Attleboro, MA – Franchise Gator has chosen Mosquito Shield as a Fastest Growing Franchise in 2021. This is the 8th year that the franchise directory has published a Fastest Growing Franchises ranking. It was created to help future franchise owners identify franchises on the rise. Mosquito Shield has been in the Top 100 four times and in the Top 50 three times. “We are honored by this recognition from Franchise Gator,” says Mosquito Shield President and Founder, David Briggs. “2021 marks our 20th anniversary and it is already proving to be a year of exponential growth for our company. […]
At Mosquito Shield, our goal is to provide the best mosquito control with the highest levels of customer service, allowing our customers to enjoy their homes and time with family to the fullest. When it comes to our franchise model, Mosquito Shield has a different philosophy: we built a system, not a business model. Our goal is to help our team build a company, not just a job. 2021 is shaping up to be a year of monumental growth for our business, and as we look back on 2020, we are so grateful for the support of our franchisees that […]
Residential Mosquito Control Franchise Experiencing Rapid Growth during COVID Pandemic. Broken Arrow, OK: Mosquito Shield Franchise Corporation, a leading residential mosquito and tick control service with over 80 locations across the United States, is expanding its presence in Oklahoma with the launch of Mosquito Shield of Broken Arrow. Of the company’s recent expansion, Mosquito Shield VP Michael Moorhouse said, “Residential mosquito and tick control is a fast-growing business sector, and as the first company in this space over 19 years ago, we have the foundation to be extremely well-positioned for growth.” Mosquito Shield spent over a decade refining its formulas and […]
As winter quickly approaches in northern regions and in many areas in the south that expect cooler temperatures, there are a few standard updates that we all make to our homes to prepare for snow and the other winter risks.
In northern regions of the US, late autumn is a great time to spend your final opportunities outdoors before the winter hits. You would expect the added bonus of no pests during this time of year, right? Wrong. While it’s true that you can expect fewer interruptions from summer bugs, fall is commonly peak time of year for ticks. Here are a few fall favorite spots, and what you can do to avoid a run-in with a tick bite that could lead to Lyme.