Pure Solutions Upper Valley Pest Control & Lawn Care
Upper Valley Organic Lawn Care, Natural Tick & Mosquito Control
Located in Lyme, NH | Serving Vermont & New Hampshire | Owner: Kyle LaCroix
Naturally Protect Your Family, Friends and Property in Upper Valley
PROGAEA™ Tick & Mosquito control products disrupt the neurotransmitter function in target insects, providing residual control to the application area. The proprietary formulation is National Organic Program (NOP) compliant, making it safer to be applied around children, pets, and delicate plant life. Pure Solutions employs a careful and strategic application method in order to provide the most effective service without disrupting the environment.
Pure Solutions provides the highest quality organic lawn care services, all natural mosquito control solutions, all natural tick control, natural deer repellent, and special event pest spraying. We provide service across New England, including Rhode Island, Central New Hampshire, Upper Valley and Massachusetts, including Cape Cod and Martha’s Vineyard.
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Upper Valley All Natural Tick Control
There are more ticks in more places than ever before, and over the past two decades, tick-borne illnesses have increased, especially in The Upper Valley. Our routine program eliminates ticks in all life-stages without the use of toxic chemicals. Ticks are active early spring through fall. While some ticks go dormant during the winter, deer ticks remain active as long as the temperature is above freezing. Routine and consistent property treatments are key to maintaining tick populations. Protect against tick bites around the home and therefore prevent tick-borne disease such as Lyme disease.
Upper Valley All Natural Mosquito Control
Mosquitoes are active spring through fall in the Upper Valley and prefer a warm, moist environment. They are more than a nuisance, as they also pose health risks to humans and our pets. Even when summer winds down, the island remains at risk for viruses carried by mosquitoes. Mosquito-borne diseases are spread to people by the bite of an infected mosquito. Control the mosquito population near your home to reduce the risk. Beginning routine sprays earlier in the season controls breeding and thus reduces the population.
Upper Valley Organic Deer Repellent
Deer prefer to locate an area flush with food and tend to stay close until the food sources are depleted. This includes neighborhoods and properties with attractive landscaping. Pure Solutions deer repellent service lets you enjoy the beauty and safety of your backyard by providing integrated, natural deer repellent solutions that safely keep deer from feeding on your property.
Deer feeding habits change greatly with the seasons depending on what food resources are available with deer often being most active on residential properties in the winter months. Our deer deterrent program evolves with the seasons to ensure constant property deer protection.
Don’t needlessly waste your investments in landscaping without having a plan to mitigate deer damage on your property.
Upper Valley Organic Lawn Care Service, Treatment & Natural Lawn Care Products
Pure Solutions of the Upper Valley organic lawn care services and products will create a lawn free of toxic chemicals and will establish a safer, natural and beautiful lawn. Our Terra Health products are effective and safer for use around people, children, pets and the environment. We care about our communities and the environment which is why we utilize the best strategies and products in creating sustainable, natural lawns throughout Vermont and New Hampshire. Starting with a soil test, we can create a season-long plan to make the transition to a healthy, safer and natural lawn.
Locally Owned, Community Driven
Growing up in Vermont, I spent most of my free time outdoors: fishing, camping, mountain biking, you name it. Ticks were never an issue, and I was able to enjoy nature without a care in the world. All of that changed when my wife Andrea and I moved to Lyme, NH in 2011. We rarely came back from a day spent outside without a tick on ourselves or our beloved dog, Lucy. Our family in Massachusetts started Pure Solutions in 2005, and I witnessed first-hand the success they were having eliminating ticks using organic ingredients in Massachusetts. I knew I had to offer the same safer and effective services to the Upper Valley of Vermont and New Hampshire. I want our community to be able to enjoy the outdoors without the constant fear of tick and mosquito borne illnesses. Through education and property treatment, my goal is to make sure you are able to get back to enjoying the outdoors in Upper Valley without worrying about mosquitoes or ticks.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I deal with ticks in Vermont?
Our tick and mosquito treatments both kill and repel ticks and mosquitoes. We use an EPA 25b all-natural product called Progaea TMpro. This product is exclusive to Pure Solutions and is comprised of essential oils and soap. This product kills ticks and mosquitoes on contact and provides residual protection once dry.
How long is tick season in Vermont?
Ticks can be active as long as temperatures are above freezing. Our regular season runs from March to December, and is fully customizable for more frequent treatments during the height of the tick and mosquito season. Ticks breed in the winter and lay eggs in the spring, so late and early season treatments are important to prevent eggs from being laid on your property.
How common are tick bites in Vermont?
Vermont, like many states in the northeastern United States, has a significant tick population. Tick bites are relatively common in the state, especially during the warmer months when ticks are most active, typically from late spring to early fall. The black-legged tick (Ixodes scapularis), also known as the deer tick, is the most common tick species in Vermont and is responsible for transmitting Lyme disease and other tick-borne illnesses.
How long is mosquito season in Vermont?
Mosquitoes become active in May, and ticks become active in March, though they can emerge from their burrows any time temperatures rise above freezing. For this reason, we treat for pests from March-December.
Is west nile virus in Vermont?
West Nile Virus (WNV) has been detected in Vermont. According to the Vermont Department of Health, there have been sporadic detections of WNV in mosquitoes, horses, and birds in Vermont since 2000. While the risk of contracting WNV is low, it's still important to take precautions to prevent mosquito bites.