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Southern Maine Mosquito

& Tick Control

Our mission is to protect the people and pets of Maine from mosquito and tick-borne diseases and to help them to enjoy their yards with peace of mind. Our environmentally friendly services are applied by industry professionals and include a satisfaction guarantee for both mosquitoes and ticks. We offer affordable services and take the time to customize a program to fit your needs.


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What Sets Southern Maine

Mosquito & Tick Control Apart


One Treatment Controls

Both Mosquitoes and Ticks

  • ​Controls Both Mosquitoes and Ticks by treating your lawn, shrubs, and +/-40 feet into the wood line perimeter. The residual barrier will eliminate mosquitoes and ticks on contact and then provide residual control for up to a month.

  • Treatments will not affect bees, dragonflies, butterflies, and other large-body insects.

  • Enjoy immediate results within 24 hours.

Exceptional Customer Service

  • Satisfaction Guarantee; Callback Services, if needed, provided at No Additional Charge

  • Receive Text or Email the day before every service and each time we arrive for service

  • Full Season Programs customized to fit each customer's specific needs


No Backpack Foggers

  • Southern Maine Mosquito & Tick does NOT use backpack foggers. The fog applications do not provide long term control, they're meant for a quick knockdown

  • We utilize a power spray application, a high-pressure hose spray, to provide much longer lasting results, up to 30 days of residual control for both mosquitoes and ticks from each application

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About Us

Southern Maine Mosquito & Tick Control is a family-owned and operated company serving the people of York and Cumberland counties. The owner/operator is a licensed Master Applicator and has been licensed and certified in Maine since 1999. We combine industry knowledge and exceptional customer service to offer a complete mosquito and tick control program. Our service programs not only protect people and pets from mosquito and tick borne diseases but also enable our clients to enjoy their yards. 

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It's so nice to finally enjoy our yard without being driven inside by the mosquitoes. We've never spent so much time outside, We were planning a screened porch but now we don't need to because the mosquitoes are no longer an issue.

Cindy W., Kennebunkport

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After my husband was diagnosed with Lyme Disease we were worried about our kids and dog using our yard. Joe setup a tick and mosquito control program and now we have the peace of mind knowing that our yard is protected.

Amanda P., Scarborough

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Our neighbor down the street had an outdoor party but at dusk the mosquitoes were unbearable. We decided to move the party to our back deck and everyone was amazed by how few mosquitoes there were. We have never enjoyed our yard this much, this service makes such a difference.

Patrick J., Saco

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Lyme Disease and the Deer Tick

Lyme Disease is the most common tick-borne disease in the U.S. and unfortunately Maine is right on the frontline. The things that make Maine great, like the vast forests and variety of wildlife, also make it a perfect breeding ground for deer ticks and Lyme Disease. The mice, chipmunks, deer, and other native animals act as hosts for deer ticks and are transporting them around your property. The best way to protect yourself and your family is to protect the area you spend the majority of your time. TAKE BACK YOUR BACKYARD.


Confirmed Lyme Cases in 2022

Lyme disease is concentrated in the Northeast and upper Midwest with 14 states accounting for 96% of the cases in the U.S. The state with the highest rate of Lyme per capita is Maine with now more than double the rate of Connecticut, where Lyme Disease originated. And as you can see from the map, southern Maine is the most active area of the state.


Know Your Enemy

Ticks don't fly, they don't jump, and they rarely crawl onto you. They "quest" by getting on the end of a blade of grass or twig and waiting patiently for a host to walk by. They have their front legs in the air and latch on to anything that makes contact. This knowledge should give you a better understanding of tick-prone areas and when it is necessary to perform extra tick checks.

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Contact Us

for a Free Quote and Evaluation

P.O. Box 803
Kennebunkport, ME 04046

(207) 219-4063

Serving Kennebunk, Kennebunkport, Wells, Arundel, Biddeford, Saco, Old Orchard Beach, Scarborough, Cape Elizabeth, Portland, Westbrook, Falmouth, Gorham, Lyman, Alfred, Buxton, Hollis, Dayton, Waterboro, Limerick, Limington

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