Spraying Systems versus Misting System

Spraying System Our mosquito spraying services are efficient for quickly eliminating mosquitoes from your property. We offer three different spray schedules 28, 21 & 14-day spray cycle that usually begins in April and ends in October or November, but can schedule services outside of these time frames. Whatever your mosquito concerns may be, our expert staff will be able to …

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Organic Insecticide Used for Mosquito Misting 

Safe Alternative Mosquito hate is nothing new and we understand how irritating it can be. This doesn’t mean the safety of your home should be compromised with harmful chemicals. We pride ourselves on delivering effective repellents to prevent mosquitoes from entering your home or outdoor areas. What Makes our Insecticide Safe? Our organic insecticide is designed to stop mosquitoes from …

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Why You Shouldn’t Use Bug Zappers

Insect electrocution light traps, also known “bug zappers” have been extensively marketed for the past several years with claims they can provide relief from the annoyance of biting mosquitoes and other pests in your back yard. Although bug zappers may seem like a tempting solution to remedy mosquito bites during peak mosquito season, there are a number of compelling reasons …

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Do Male Mosquitoes Bite?

When you think of mosquitoes, chances are you think of them sucking your blood. However, male mosquitoes do not bite. Their proboscis is significantly smaller in size compared to the female. Because of this, they can’t pierce through the skin. Even if they could, male mosquitoes would not need to because they don’t need to feed on blood for protein. …

Mosquitoes Can Bite Through Clothes

You may think that you’re protected from mosquitoes when you’re fully clothed. However, this isn’t always the case. Mosquitoes are more than capable of biting through your clothes, especially if the clothes are made of very thin material. The Proboscis Makes it Possible Female mosquitoes bite with their unique mouthpart called the proboscis. The proboscis is capable of piercing not …

Mosquitoes Aren’t Afraid to Travel

Mosquitoes do not like to travel very far from their nest and prefer to feed as close to their home as possible, however, they do travel when necessary. Generally speaking, the majority of mosquitoes will not travel further than around three miles from their nest. However, there are a few factors that can affect how far a mosquito will travel …

Mosquitoes Love Standing Water

Mosquitoes Love Standing Water

The length of the mosquito breeding cycle varies by species, but mosquitoes generally need 10 to 14 days to develop in standing water. Mosquitoes, especially those species known to transmit the West Nile virus, prefer stagnant water for breeding. Some female mosquitoes prefer to lay eggs in water that collects and water that is stored in manmade containers. If you …

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How To Keep Your Yard Mosquito-Free

Fountains, ponds, and water gardens are great additions to yards, but these bodies of water also attract adult mosquitoes. You shouldn’t have to choose between your ideal lawn and pesky mosquitoes. Here are some tips on how you can have your favorite water features and keep mosquito populations at bay. Greater than 2 Feet Mosquito larvae must come to the …

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Study Suggests Light Pollution Promotes Spread of West Nile

A recent study suggests that any areas that are lit at night are most vulnerable to the West Nile virus being transmitted by mosquito bites. That includes all cities, suburbs, or even countryside areas wherever people live. The study found that light pollution may cause a heightened vulnerability to mosquito-transmitted diseases, particularly the West Nile virus. The work “shows that …