Tick Control


To fight Ticks, we use top quality products for Tick eradication. We, as a pest control company in London, offer a combination of two methods – Heat and Spray.
As a heat method in London, we use targeted dry steam that works on 180 degrees Celsius that remove Ticks in all life stages. These methods ensure high efficiency and guaranteed results.

The complete extermination of Ticks is guaranteed.

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Targeted Heat and Spray



Our professionals have first to inspect your home, identify the pest, or monitor for its presence, and make a risk assessment. Once you are shown everything that our technicians have discovered, they can take action. We, as professionals, use the most appropriate products on the market for professional use and achieve guaranteed results.


Check yourself and your pet for ticks after each walk. If you find a stuck tick in your body, seek medical help as soon as possible! Don`t try to remove it by yourself and be careful not to smash it. If you like sitting on the grass in the park, then it’s good to wash your clothes at 60 degrees if it’s possible.


The ticks are more closely related to spiders and scorpions than insects. The Ixodes or pasture ticks are called “hard” ticks because they have hard chitin shields on their bodies that cover it entirely.
The body of the ticks is oval and flattened when they haven`t fed on blood. They have eight legs with a small, round, reddish-brown body between 2 to 6 mm long.


Ticks in London are excellent jumpers, and they usually are lurking in tall grasses or under fallen leaves, where they can hop onto passing warm-blooded victims, though if necessary, they can feed on cold-blooded ones as well.
As a rule, ticks feed at each stage once. Larvae suck blood for 2 – 4 days, nymphs for 4 – 6 days, and females for up to 15 days. They feast both on human and animal blood. After feeding, ticks are rounded and enlarged, and they can increase up to 200 times.


Ticks are proven carriers of several microorganisms – viruses, rickets, bacteria, and protozoa that cause various diseases in humans. On top of that, the disease-causing agents can be transferred from one generation onto to the next and from one stage of growth to another. That makes them not only transporters but also reservoirs of infections.
Ticks are infamous carriers of numerous serious diseases, from Lyme disease to various fevers, and even encephalitis, some of which can prompt loss of motion and other confused medical conditions.
Ticks can’t get in your property without jumping and taking a ride onto a host, so the best way to obtain rid of them is to prevent them from entering in the first place.

Keep your pets safe, London!