With summer coming up, you’re most likely looking forward to relaxing with loved ones on your patio or deck or sprucing up your yard and garden. Mosquitoes can make those things unpleasant. In some cases, they can make spending time outside downright unbearable. Mission Mosquito can use a mosquito lawn treatment to keep the insects away and keep your family safe.
How Our Plant-Based Mosquito Treatments Work
One way to get rid of mosquitoes is to use a spray treatment that contains pyrethroids on your lawn. Those substances come from chrysanthemums and are included in a variety of safe household products. This mosquito lawn treatment has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration and has been found to be safe for adults, children, and pets.
We apply the spray using a misting blower and treat the types of areas where mosquitoes live and breed, including vegetation and areas under decks and in wood piles. We recommend repeating the mosquito treatment process every 21 days during the period from mid-April through late September to keep your property free of mosquitoes all season long.
Mission Mosquito offers another lawn treatment that is completely organic. Our organic mosquito treatment leaves behind a smell of garlic that dissipates and is no longer detectable to humans after six to 12 hours. Mosquitoes have a much stronger sense of smell, however, and they dislike the odor of garlic. This treatment is guaranteed to repel mosquitoes for seven days.
Get an Estimate for a Mosquito Lawn Treatment
Mosquitoes in your backyard can be a nuisance, but you may be understandably concerned about how treatments to get rid of the insects might affect the health of your family and pets. With Mission Mosquito’s plant-based lawn treatments, you won’t have to worry about that. We can use products that are derived from plants to avoid endangering the health and safety of your loved ones.
If you need additional information, call Mission Mosquito at (610)544-5648. A member of our team can answer your questions about our mosquito treatments, schedule an inspection, provide an estimate for services, and make an appointment for your first mosquito lawn treatment.