Applied by our professional applicators around your home with backpack mist blowers or truck mounted power sprayers. This treatment continues working for up to 21 days. Our technician targets shrubs, trees, and plants with a barrier treatment that kills mosquitos on contact and bonds to foliage, where it acts as a mosquito repellent for weeks to come. Within approximately 60 minutes of treating, your yard is ready for family and pets to come out and play. We recommend treatments every 30 days to deliver continuous protection during the mosquito season (April-October).
Are you planning an outdoor wedding, birthday party, graduation party or other outdoor event? Don’t let mosquitos ruin your special day. Spider Control™ Inc. can help reduce mosquitos from annoying your guests. Approximately 24-48 hours prior to your event, we will treat the areas around your home to greatly reduce the number of mosquitos that might otherwise bite your guests and drive them inside. The treatment dries in approximately 60 minutes, leaving no odor or visible residue and providing protection day and night.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
A typical treatment will average about 15-30 minutes. Larger yards may take longer to treat. Each treatment lasts approximately 21 days, monthly treatments are highly recommended.
As long as your yard has had adequate time to dry after the application of your treatment (approximately 30 minutes), rain should not impact the effectiveness of your service.
Each home is unique and we customize each application to successfully treat your mosquito problem. We price our applications based on the size and density of foliage around your property and the amount of product that we will need to use. You can contact us any time for a free quote.
After a treatment, you need to ensure that the product has completely dried before going outside. We recommend a minimum of 45-60 minutes. Once the product has completely dried, you and your family may safely enjoy your property.
Depending on the species, mosquitoes can live several weeks to a month or more. Females live longer than males.
The itching we feel from a mosquito bite is our body’s reaction to the anticoagulant injected with the female mosquito’s saliva as she takes blood.
Carbon dioxide (CO2), our breath, is a proven attractant. Warm bodies, dark-colored clothing, and scents like perfume and deodorant also attract female mosquitoes.
Homeowners can eliminate mosquito breeding sites on their property by periodically emptying water from containers such as bird baths, buckets, tires, gutters, etc.