Reduce The Flea & Tick Populations In Your Yard

While fleas and ticks are a nuisance, they can also threaten your and your family's health. Fleas and ticks transmit pathogens and skin diseases to humans and pets. Don't let these pests start to lay eggs in your yard and bite you, your loved ones, and your pets. Take the proactive approach and treat your yard today!

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Our Approach To Flea & Tick Control

When you reach out to Nutri-Green Lawn Care for getting rid of fleas and ticks, we'll begin with a free inspection to locate harboring sites of both biting pests.

After our inspection, we'll spray your lawn and surrounding areas such as wood lines, shrubbery, tall grasses, and other hot spots to significantly reduce the flea and tick populations. 

A Nutri-Green specialist will return to service your property every 30-45 days April through October to deliver results that you can count on all season long!

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Flea & Tick Protection You Can Count On

When you partner with our flea and tick exterminators, you can expect:

  • A thorough inspection of your lawn on each visit.
  • Timely and consistent treatments.
  • Effective results you can count on.
  • The use of high-quality products.
  • Peace of mind for you and your loved ones.
  • And so much more!


Satisfaction Guaranteed Flea & Tick Control

We Care More, and that's our promise to you. Because we are your neighbors, we want to make sure that you are completely satisfied with all of our services, including our flea control and tick control treatments. If you are unhappy for any reason with our work, just let us know and we will come back to your home to make it right at no additional cost to you! Your happiness is our number one priority, and it shows in the quality of our work

Frequently Asked Questions

Flea & Tick Control FAQs

When are fleas active in Tulsa & Eastern OK?

Fleas come around when the weather is warm and comfortable, typically during the late spring and often into the early fall season. These pests enjoy the humidity, along with temperatures ranging between 65 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit. 

Where can you find fleas?

They usually live on your pets and in the environment that you live in. Pre-adult fleas, the ones you don’t see, live in your home and around your lawn, representing over 90% of the flea population. These unruly but common pre-adult fleas are more resistant to the treatments than adult fleas.

Do ticks in Oklahoma spread disease?

Like fleas, ticks are a huge concern for everyone. Pets and pet owners are especially concerned with ticks during the summer because they will latch onto the skin of your animal. When ticks bite, the bite will be irritating and sometimes can cause an allergic reaction. The major issue with ticks is that they are capable of carrying and transmitting diseases such as Lyme disease and the Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever.

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We have used Nutri-Green since we moved into our new house three years ago. With a new lawn we wanted to turn to a professional lawn company to take care of our new lawn. I am so glad we chose Nutri-Green. They have our lawn looking great! They have walked us through the new lawn process with great recommendations on treatment and applications. I would highly recommend them to any homeowner.
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