Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Mosquito Misting & Spraying
Mosquito control can be a complex process if you’re unfamiliar with our technology. Allow us to answer some of the most frequently asked questions about mosquito misting and spraying to give you a better feel for the services we offer.
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Mosquito Misting Systems FAQs
Our system is completely automatic, and we handle all the maintenance — two key advantages of the system. You will never have to worry or plan ahead again in order to enjoy your yard!
You can read more here about how Tuxedo Mosquito misting systems operate.
At Tuxedo Mosquito Control, we think the most convincing evidence that the technology works is the explosive growth in the market. Misting technology has been used in barns to protect expensive racehorses from biting flies for about 30 years. In 1999, an entrepreneur in Houston decided to apply the technology to mosquito control. We estimate that there are 10,000–15,000 working systems in the country, and most have been installed within the last two years. You wouldn’t see that kind of growth if outdoor misting wasn’t truly effective.
You can read more here about Tuxedo Mosquito Control’s outdoor misting effectiveness.
Yes, we do! Our mosquito misting systems spray at regular intervals whenever they are needed. The system can be manually turned on and off at any time.
You can read more here about seasonal mosquito misting in Atlanta, Charleston, and Nashville.
Compared to conventional pest control and insecticide methods, Tuxedo Mosquito Control’s system provides you far more effective results for your investment. The installation and maintenance cost is based on the specific size and design of your home and yard and is usually comparable to the cost of an irrigation system.
You can read more here about Tuxedo Mosquito's misting system installation and operation requirements.
Yes! Our mosquito misting systems are environmentally friendly. After misting affects mosquitoes and other insects, it decomposes quickly and harmlessly.
Your purchase includes a one-year warranty on the equipment, and labor as long as you use our insecticide in your system. Our maintenance instructions will help extend the life of your nozzle tips in hard water areas. Thousands of customers have enjoyed years of service from their systems with little or no need for replacement parts. We do stock a complete line of parts in case of an unexpected occurrence.
You can read more here about the Tuxedo Mosquito Control warranty.
Let nature be your guide. We always start our systems with three sprays a day for about 35 seconds. If necessary, we can adjust later. As different pests swarm or become active, you may increase or decrease the number of sprays you use. You should never need to exceed six times per 24 hour period. Some other insecticides require you to spray every hour or hour and a half — this will never happen with our spray services. You use less insecticide, so you save money.
You can read more here about setting your mosquito misting timer.
Tuxedo Mosquito Control handles all your maintenance. These are some of the things we do on a regular basis:
- Rinse the intake filter (that hangs inside the drum) each time we refill your system. Washing your intake filter prevents clogging of your nozzle tips and filters.
- Wash out the system at least once a year to remove any natural bacterial growth or residue accumulation. There are no preservatives or chlorine in the mixture, as these would interfere with the natural ingredients in your insecticide.
- Tuxedo Mosquito Control handles all ongoing maintenance and will take care of 100% of the checking, refilling, winterizing, etc.
You can read more here about the required mosquito misting system maintenance.
The frequency of refilling your system will depend on the number of spray nozzles installed, the number of sprays per 24 hours, the severity of the insect problem, and the length of each spray cycle. Tuxedo Mosquito Control furnishes each customer with a chart that shows exactly how long a tank of insecticide will last based on a particular spray cycle. The system shuts itself off when there are two or three inches of liquid left in the tank.
You can read more here about how often our mosquito misting systems are refilled.
Tuxedo Mosquito Control misting systems eliminate flies, gnats, mosquitoes, wasps, hornets, ticks, fleas, lice, chiggers, spiders, and more. Our misting systems can kill a variety of problem-causing insects while still keeping you, your pets, and surrounding plants safe.
You can read more here about insects eliminated with our spraying system.
Tuxedo Mosquito Control mosquito misting systems thoroughly eliminate mosquitoes while remaining discreet and unobtrusive, whether on a residential or commercial property.
You can read more here about how our mosquito misting systems appear.
We’ll install a spray nozzle circuit around the perimeter of your outdoor space. The number of spray nozzles needed depends on the size of your property. The nozzle circuit is installed discretely along the perimeter of your yard and interwoven into your landscape, regardless of the size of your property.
You can read more here about the number of spray nozzles needed.
While other mosquito misting systems take a day or so to install, Tuxedo Mosquito Control misting systems take only three to four hours.
You can read more here about our misting system installation time.
Mosquito Spraying FAQs
Yes, we do! Our pest-fighting experts will service your property once a month during breeding season so you can enjoy the outdoors without having to bother with bug sprays or citronella candles!
You can read more here about our seasonal mosquito spraying in Atlanta, Charleston, and Nashville.
Monthly mosquito spraying services occur periodically, and special events mosquito spraying services occur whenever requested. Each of our spraying services utilizes our safe and fast-acting formula for all events, home, and commercial mosquito spraying sessions.
You can read more here about the best time for mosquito control.
In short, yes. The CDC does acknowledge Zika being in Atlanta, Georgia. There were many travel-related cases found in Atlanta alone within the past few months.
You can read more here about Zika in Atlanta.
Tuxedo Mosquito Control currently provides mosquito control services in the Atlanta, Georgia, Charleston, South Carolina, and Nashville, Tennessee areas.
You can read more here about mosquito control in Charleston, Atlanta, and Nashville.
March to November is generally the best time for mosquito control. Atlanta, Charleston, and Nashville maintain temperatures above 50°F for most of the year, allowing mosquitoes to remain active throughout that time.
You can read more here about the best time for mosquito control.
The cost of mosquito control services varies depending on the size and type of yard space. Yard evaluations are free and have no obligation. On top of that, we work closely with customers to determine the most efficient and effective mosquito control solution for any property.
You can read more here about mosquito control pricing.
What Tuxedo Mosquito Customers Are Saying
It is simple: If you want to forget about Mosquitos in your yard... CALL THEM. Great service, fantastic 'set it and forget it' technology, with wonderful people backing it all up. We couldn't be happier with Tuxedo Mosquito Control!
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