TAKE BACK YOUR YARD!
Go beyond mosquito repellents, eliminate them. Wilmington NC and surrounding areas preferred mosquito control solutions focus on reducing existing mosquito larvae as they grow and develop in standing water. From Special Event Applications or Regularly Scheduled Mosquito Treatments-Integrated Pest Management has The cure for what bugs you! Contact us now for a free consultation with no obligations.
Wedding? BBQ? Family Reunion? Enjoy your yard again, invite your friends over and not worry about getting attacked by disease carrying mosquitoes, call today and schedule an appointment. Guaranteed Results!
From one-time applications to regularly scheduled visit.
Dramatically reduce the mosquito populations by treating the surrounding areas of your home. By treating all areas that mosquitoes eat, breed and live, you can enjoy your backyard once again! Ask about our seasonal specials and regular scheduled services.
SEASONAL MOSQUITO TREATMENTS
One-Time Event Spray or As Needed
2017-Introductory Special (Call for current prices)
2017-Summer Program (9 Treatments) 21 Day Cycle-Excellent Customer Feedback
Rainy Day Guarantee
In the event of unforeseen weather conditions within 24 hrs of your mosquito treatment, we will offer a 50% discount to re-treat your yard.
10 Things you might not know about Mosquitoes:
1. Only female mosquitoes bite humans and animals; males feed on flower nectar.
2. Some mosquitoes don’t bite humans, they prefer other hosts like birds.
3. Mosquitoes fly at speeds between 1 and 1.5 miles per hour.
4. A mosquito’s wings beat 300-600 times per second.
5. Mosquito mates synchronize their wing beats to the same speed.
6. Some mosquito species travel up to 100 miles away from their larval breeding habitat.
7. All mosquitoes require water to breed. Some species can breed in puddles left after a rain storm.
8. An adult mosquito can live 5-6 months.
9. Mosquitoes can detect carbon dioxide from 75 feet away.
10. Mosquitoes are the deadliest animals on earth.
Serving Wilmington NC, Brunswick, New Hanover & Pender County