Mosquito Control in James Island
Not only is sharing your yard with mosquitoes annoying, but it’s also dangerous. These insects transmit a variety of diseases like malaria, West Nile virus, and dengue. Professional mosquito control in James Island is essential for keeping your yard safe and your family protected. Our services will give you noticeable results all season long.
When you partner with us for mosquito control, we will:
- Inspect your property to identify mosquito breeding areas and hotspots.
- Use fog treatments to eliminate mosquitoes, including the ones in shrubs and bushes.
- Place mosquito traps to capture both adults and larvae.
- Install tankless misters around your home for 24/7 protection.
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Mosquito Control Systems
Our mosquito control systems provide long-term protection throughout the season. We will create a tailored plan for your home that may include:
- Installation of misting systems around your property, which dispense low concentrations of insecticides in short bursts.
- Mosquito pots that use organic materials to trap adult mosquitoes and larvae from hatching.
- Regular fogging treatments of the property, which use insecticides to eliminate adult mosquitoes.
- Regular inspections and maintenance of all installed systems.
These services will help you keep your home free from mosquito infestations throughout the season. Our professionals will also provide advice on how to reduce mosquito activity around your home in the future.
Organic Mosquito Treatments in James Island
Organic Mosquito Treatments are also available to help keep your home safe from mosquitoes. These treatments use natural ingredients like essential oils and insecticidal soaps to eliminate adult mosquitoes, larvae, and eggs.
What Attracts Mosquitoes?
Mosquitoes are attracted to the carbon dioxide and lactic acid produced by humans and animals. Therefore, the more you sweat, the more attractive you are to mosquitoes.
Mosquitoes are also drawn to:
- Standing Water: Mosquitoes lay their eggs in standing water, so any source of stagnant water around your property can attract them.
- Light: Mosquitoes are attracted to light and will be drawn to outdoor lamps, candles, and fire pits.
- Odours: Strong fragrances such as perfumes and colognes will also draw mosquitoes to you.
- Warmth: Mosquitoes prefer warm temperatures and are more active during the summer months.
How To Reduce The Risk of Mosquito Bites?
- Check your property for standing water and remove it from around your house.
- Limit outdoor lighting near your home by using yellow or sodium vapor bulbs instead of white lights.
- Wear light-colored clothing and loose-fitting clothes to avoid attracting insects.
- Apply insect repellent containing DEET to exposed skin before going outside.
- Install window screens on all windows and doors of your home to keep mosquitoes out.
Prevent A Mosquito Infestation
The best way to protect your home from a mosquito infestation is to take preventative measures. Our professionals can assess the types of mosquitoes in your area and recommend steps you can take to reduce their activity around your property. This may include draining standing water, covering windows with screens, and sealing any cracks or crevices near the exterior of your home. Additionally, our technicians can advise on the best products to reduce mosquito populations and provide recommendations on how to optimize their effectiveness.
Same-day and Saturday Services Available
We understand that a mosquito infestation is a nuisance that needs to be addressed as soon as possible. That’s why we offer same-day and Saturday services to help you get the treatment you need right away. Our experienced technicians will arrive with the latest tools and treatments, reducing your risk of being exposed to mosquitoes in your home.