Florida Mosquito Treatments
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Protect your Family with our Mosquito Treatments
We all know mosquitoes can ruin your outdoor experience. This is true especially during the summer months. Additionally, we’ve also learned of the dangerous pathogens they carry, such as the Zika virus, bird flu and more. The good news is you can take back your yard with our very effective mosquito treatment program. Our treatments start to work immediately, and last up to 28 days. Guaranteed.
Initially, mosquito populations are knocked down more aggressively. Afterwards, the follow up mosquito treatment will be performed once every 28 days. This is done to maintain the protective barrier, keeping them away. Our guarantee provides customers with free re-services. This means we come back out to correct the issue if the level of mosquitoes become unsatisfactory
How our Program Works
The technician will apply long lasting residual products to areas around the property where mosquitoes rest with a motorized power mister. Common places that will be treated are the undersides of leaves, trees, brush piles, and underneath decks.
Additionally, the technician will identify areas of standing water where mosquitoes breed. Common places are flower pot holders, puddles, and tropical plants like bromeliads. Mosquito traps treated with larvicides will be placed in shaded, vegetated areas, where they like to breed. This is done in order to stop mosquitoes from ever becoming biting adults. Larvicides are very safe and effective. In fact, they are approved for animal drinking sources, and will prevent mosquitoes from reproducing for about 30 days.
Tired of fighting mosquitoes in your backyard?
Enjoy your outdoor spaces again with our safe and effective Mosquito service. It is affordable, effective, and works for up to 4 weeks. Additionally, the service is safe for children and pets 20 minutes after being finished. Learn more by calling one of our knowledgeable staff members 954-998-0113
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Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need a mosquito treatment?
Yes, you may need mosquito treatment if you have mosquitoes in your home. There are many dangers associated with mosquitoes, such as the fact that they can transmit diseases to humans and animals. If you are concerned about any of these issues, it‘s important to take action and get rid of the mosquitoes as soon as possible.
How much do mosquito treatments cost in Florida?
Many factors influence the cost of your mosquito treatment. Determining factors include the level of infestation, the surrounding environment, and how many services you require depending on what treatment method you decide to go with. We recommend contacting our office to get a quote for your specific mosquito treatment needs.
How will On Demand Pest Control treat my mosquito problem?
Our treatments commonly include a wide range of products. In order to provide you with the best possible solution, an expert will perform an in-depth assessment of your house. Based on your specific situation, the exact treatment you receive from On Demand will oftentimes combine conventional treatments with environmentally friendly services.
Does On Demand provide free inspections in Florida?
On Demand does NOT charge for inspections. Our objective is to provide each customer with a personalized strategy. We know where to look for certain types of bugs, and we will perform a full inspection to find them. Additionally, we will also check for any other type of pest that may have made their way into your home. Each strategy takes into account the specifics of the property, issue, and the surrounding area. You may request an inspection by contacting 954-947-0805.
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