Our 7 treatment mosquito reduction program will reduce and eliminate those resilient pesky critters that can ruin your outdoor experience and worse than that, they can carry dangerous diseases. Our special mosquito reduction solution eliminates mosquitoes on contact and continues working for up to 28 days, depending on the weather. We do suggest for optimum protection; you utilize our season-long control. So you can get a season’s worth of protection for your entire family.
Mosquitoes can be the most annoying pests we have to deal with year after year. Not only are their bites irritating and itchy, but they can also carry serious diseases such as West Nile Virus and are a major cause of heartworm infection in dogs and cats. Mosquitoes can be so bad that you may just choose to stay indoors rather than go outside and risk coming back covered in red bumps, no matter how inviting your patio or pool maybe.
7 monthly treatments starting in April and ending in October.
Insecticide is applied with a specialized blower/mister inside the canopies of trees & shrubs, under decks – Basically any shady area on your property that mosquitoes would use as a place to hide during the day
Our technician will evaluate your property and notify you in writing of any potential breeding sites found, and will advise you of what steps need to be taken to reduce the potential for breeding in those areas.
Free service calls in-between applications if you need it.
Exclusive Mosquito Control Treatment Formula that delivers proven results utilizing our unique foggers. Our formula is mild enough to be applied, to trees and shrubs, yet strong enough to eradicate Mosquitoes and their habitat.
Certified Mosquito Technician uniquely trained to identify breeding areas and habitats.
Thorough Inspection of Your Lawn paying close attention to common areas mosquitoes hide and breed.
Monthly Treatments to Maintain Protection and keep mosquitoes away.
Free Service Treatments if needed between visits for any reason.
No Contract Required!
Zika Virus Disease is caused by a virus transmitted primarily by Aedes mosquitoes, which bite during the day. Symptoms are generally mild and include fever, rash, conjunctivitis, muscle and joint pain, malaise, or headache. However…To diagnose Zika, a doctor or other healthcare provider will ask about any recent travel and any signs and symptoms. They may order blood or urine tests to help determine if you have Zika.