Mosquitoes are not only are a nuisance but an extreme health risk.They can reproduce rapidly and in various conditions in our own back yards. We begin with a thorough inspection to find and eliminate possible breeding sites. Then we implement a treatment plan to reduce the mosquito population in that area while avoiding pollinators and other beneficial insects. Services usually start in April and end in October.
Mosquitoes don't require as much water as you might think. Old tires, buckets, and kid's pools are fairly obvious choices because a lot of water can collect in them quickly. There are other areas not as obvious. Clogged gutters, plant containers, leaky outdoor faucets, air conditioner run off, tarps, tree holes and many more things can contribute to a mosquito breeding site. Keeping a check on these examples and many others can drastically reduce mosquito populations around the home.