Tick and Mosquito Control Service in
Oceanport, NJ | Natural Pest Control

Oceanport, New Jersey's best mosquito & tick control company.

Bite Back Tick and Mosquito Control gets daily calls from homeowners worried about harsh chemicals being sprayed on their properties to control ticks and mosquitoes. Chemicals that are harmful to animals, birds, bees, butterflies and even children who may be exposed while playing in the yard. If this sounds familiar, or if you need a local pest control company, contact Bite Back and Bite Back. Our tick and mosquito professionals know Oceanport, New Jersey and know the types of places to look for to safely and effectively remove and prevent infestations! Now there is no longer a reason to use cheap, toxic chemicals in our beautiful town.
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Expert Tick Control in Oceanport, NJ

When you choose Bite Back for all-natural tick control in Oceanport, you can count on our local, family-owned business with years of experience in removing ticks from your home. Compare the plans below or give us a call to discuss which one is best for your home.
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Expert Mosquito Control in Oceanport, NJ

When you choose Bite Back for all-natural mosquito control in Oceanport, you can count on our local, family-owned business with years of experience in removing mosquitos from your home. Compare the plans below or give us a call to discuss which one is best for your home.
$ 649
88
/pre-pay and save*
  • $150 OFF Our 2022 Seasonal Tick & Mosquito Service
  • Pay for the season (8 all natural tick control and mosquito control spray Treatments) & SAVE $150 $799.88 now $649.99*
  • (*for properties under 1/2 acre, plus tax. In the rare event of an issue between services we will inspect and respray if needed with the pre-paid season only)
$150 OFF
$ 99
88
/pay as you go*
  • Seasonal Tick & Mosquito Service
  • We will treat your yard with our same safe, eco-friendly formula in our Seasonal Package.
  • You will be scheduled to receive your service approximately every three weeks for the remainder of the season.
  • (*for properties under 1/2 acre, plus tax.)
Seasonal
$ 99
88
/granular treatment*
  • Natural Granular Tick Perimeter Treatment*
  • This service provides added relief against ticks. We will treat the perimeter of your property using a granular version of our barrier spray. Treatments last up to 6 weeks.
  • (*per treatment, 5000sqft max, plus tax – once every 6 weeks)
Granular
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Keep your lawn and pets safe from mosquitos

Keeping the curb appeal of your property is an important part of being a homeowner, especially if you are planning to put your home on the market. As you work on your lawn and garden, you want to make sure that the herbicides, mulches, and fertilizers you use are safe for the family pets. Working outside for long periods of time also necessitates the use of pesticides to keep those buzzing pests from bothering and biting you and your family.

You want to use a family and pet friendly, all natural service like Bite Back because the last thing you want to do is cause harm to any person or animal. When you use Bite Back tick control and mosquito control, you can be sure of safe and effective pest control of ticks and mosquitos alike. With Bite Back mosquito spray, you are guaranteed to keep your pets and people safe. As much as you don’t want your dog or cat to get bitten by mosquitos, you also don’t want your pets to be harmed by the products and methods you use to control pests.

Mosquitos can transmit heartworms to dogs and ticks carry the risk of other harmful diseases. When you spray your yard to control these pests you want to keep your animals safe while you are also keeping yourself and your family free of bugs in the spring and summer.

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Ticks found in New Jersey.

We know the sickening feeling when you go for a nice walk outdoors or come home from a park with your kids and there it is. You stomach drops and you remove it as fast as you can and want to identify that tick as soon as possible to see if it is one that carries Lyme disease. Ticks are not insects, but are more closely related to spiders and mites. There are four species of ticks that are of medical and veterinary importance in New Jersey. All four pass through 4 stages of development: egg, larva, nymph, and the sexually differentiated adult. In addition, the ticks discussed here are 3-host ticks; they must locate and feed upon 3 different hosts in order to complete their life cycle. The animals that provide the bloodmeal are termed maintenance hosts. With the possible exception of the brown dog tick, these ticks are not host-specific and, thus, will feed on a variety of vertebrates, including mammals, birds, reptiles and incidental humans. Although birds are important maintenance hosts, they are not considered to be significant reservoirs of tick-borne pathogens, as they are more important for their ability to rapidly disperse ticks to new geographical areas.

How ticks find their hosts

Ticks find their hosts by detecting animals body odors and animals breath, or by sensing body heat, moisture, and vibrations. Some species can even recognize your shadow. Ticks pick a place to wait by identifying well-used paths. Then they wait for a host, resting on the tips of grasses and shrubs. Ticks can’t fly or jump, but many tick species wait in a position known as questing.

While questing, ticks hold onto leaves and grass by their third and fourth pair of legs. They hold the first pair of legs outstretched, waiting to climb on to the host. When a host brushes the spot where a tick is waiting, it quickly climbs aboard. Some ticks will attach quickly, and others will wander, looking for places like the ear, or other areas where the skin is thinner.

How ticks spread disease

Ticks transmit pathogens that cause disease through the process of feeding.

  • Depending on the tick species and its stage of life, preparing to feed can take from 10 minutes to 2 hours. When the tick finds a feeding spot, it grasps the skin and cuts into the surface.
  • The tick then inserts its feeding tube. Many species also secrete a cement-like substance that keeps them firmly attached during the meal. The feeding tube can have barbs which help keep the tick in place.
  • Ticks also can secrete small amounts of saliva with anesthetic properties so that the animal or person can’t feel that the tick has attached itself. If the tick is in a sheltered spot, it can go unnoticed.
  • A tick will suck the blood slowly for several days. If the host animal has a bloodborne infection, the tick will ingest the pathogens with the blood.
  • Small amounts of saliva from the tick may also enter the skin of the host animal during the feeding process. If the tick contains a pathogen, the organism may be transmitted to the host animal in this way.
  • After feeding, most ticks will drop off and prepare for the next life stage. At its next feeding, it can then transmit an acquired disease to the new host.

Ticks acquire hosts via questing or host-seeking behavior, which largely determines the type of animal that is parasitized. Because of its importance as the vector of Lyme disease, human babesiosis, and human anaplasmosis, the black-legged tick receives the greatest emphasis, but major differences in the biology, behavior, and ecology of the other tick species are noted. Contact us for New Jersey’s BEST, All Natural Tick Control and Mosquito Control Spray solution. 

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ABOUT BITE BACK

We treat your home like It was our own!

Hello and Welcome to Bite Back Tick and Mosquito Control. I would like to share my story with you and how Bite Back came to be.

My name is Laurie and I live in Monmouth County with my husband, three children and my two dogs. We chose this area based on the beautiful woods that surround our home as I am sure many of you have. With that beauty, came a nightmare I had not known before.

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Customer Reviews

Daniel Walker
Daniel Walker
04:34 27 Dec 21
Excellent service..we love our mosquito free yard season after season. ticks too! It's priceless for the ticks alone!... I'm an landscaper and visit multiple homes daily and can always tell the yards that aren't treated. I highly recommend Bite Back Tick and Mosquito Contrail, the folks at this company are knowledgeable and friendly too!read more
David Michael
David Michael
13:54 09 Dec 21
We have used Bite Back for the last year. Their products work and there customer service is outstanding! Their... employees are always on time and courteous. Highly recommend!....read more
Matt Morelli
Matt Morelli
19:14 15 Oct 21
Excellent services. Fast call backs and response times. Ron is the best. The spray works and is very effective... and safe for kids and petsread more
Joseph Agozzino
Joseph Agozzino
15:02 03 Oct 21
After being constantly being chewed up alive by mosquitoes in my backyard, I gave them a call and the results were... amazing, its been 3 days already and and not one mosquito bite. I definitely will be using them more often.read more
George Kreykenbohm
George Kreykenbohm
18:35 10 Sep 21
You can search all you want to find a way to be rid of pests that limit your use of your back yard. Or you can just... call bite back. Know that their service is safe, professional , and wonderfully adequate. Highly knowledgeable. Willing to answer any and all questions. Or you can waste your money again going with promises from the usual companies. For me. I will never use any other company but Bite Backread more
Lina Sh
Lina Sh
15:10 10 Sep 21
Awesome service! Being a dog mom I Love that they use natural & organic sprays that I can feel good about while still... protecting our house. Noticed a huge difference in the amount of mosquitos on our property and the earwigs in the house. Our tech was super helpful with hints and tips and kept us updated while we were out. Would 100% recommend and will continue using moving forward!read more
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saleh ahwal
17:43 31 Aug 21
Ron is very detailed and professional. He sends us a reminder a day or two before our scheduled appointment, he also... lets us know when he is on his way.He checks any containers that have rain collected in them that we overlook and notifies us if there is something that may cause bug infestation on our property.The ingredients he uses in his spray doesn’t make me sick and my son with severe asthma has not had any attacks this whole season with Bite Back sprays. I also have a parrot and birds so there is no worry with their natural spray.I love that they pay more attention to spray my kids’ play area so they can play longer hours without getting frustrated by mosquitoes.I’m actually so glad I decided to have them spray and I am very satisfied with their service and definitely recommend them to everyone.read more
Ron Snow
Ron Snow
21:37 28 Jul 21
I read their story and I admire and appreciate the fact that Bite Back Tick and Mosquito Control is a local mom owned... business who suffered from the same problems that my and many other families have dealt with from other mosquito and tick businesses. I called to sign up and they are as considerate and friendly as can be. They only use natural products that work effectively and safely to allow the family and I to enjoy our yard without any worries about unhealthy cheaply made synthetic chemicals. I enthusiastically approve Bite Back because they are the finest New Jersey has to offer.read more
Victoria Richards
Victoria Richards
00:30 22 Jun 21
I use them every 3 weeks and they do a very good, thorough job. They are so nice and polite, always text you the day... before to remind, then they message with a specific time frame the day of. The person spraying also messages you when he is done. So very personable! Haven’t had a mosquito problem yet or tick for that matter and my two dogs lay out on my grass all day long.read more
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