Mosquito Control & Treatment

Defeat your backyard’s biggest buzzkill with Western®.

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Reduction Strategy

You can reduce the mosquito population in your yard with our Mosquito Reduction Service. Our integrated reduction strategy for mosquitoes includes:

Inspection

A thorough inspection of the surrounding habitat – taking into consideration the life cycle of mosquitoes

Targeted Treatment

Targeted treatment for mosquitos at all stages in their life cycle – adults, larvae, and eggs

Monthly Treatments

Monthly treatments from April through October (recommended) – or you choose the number of treatments you get

Add on our Mosquito Baits

In addition to treating, you can choose to add our eco-friendly mosquito baits for future fly-ins. Our technicians will create a custom plan for your yard and will strategically place the bait stations where they will be most effective. Because they are environmentally friendly, they can be used anywhere near and around your home and yard – even near water sources. The baits specifically attract female mosquitoes who then take it back with them to disperse to other mosquitoes in the area, reducing the overall mosquito population. This system provides around-the-clock treatment in a greener, more sustainable way.

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Problems Caused by Mosquitos

Mosquitoes leave irritating bites, but they are more than just a nuisance. In fact, mosquitoes are one of the world’s deadliest pests. They can spread dangerous diseases such as West Nile virus, Eastern Equine Encephalitis, Dengue fever, Malaria, Yellow fever, and pet heartworms.

Identifying Mosquitos

Mosquitoes generally range in size from 1/8 to 3/4 inch, and there are 176 species in the U.S. Mosquitoes can be dark gray, brown or black in color and have slender bodies and legs. The adult female consumes blood through her long proboscis in order to produce eggs.
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