Mosquito Control


Do you want to get rid of annoying mosquitoes in your yard? Our service will target their favourite places to sit and wait for
you. Our applicators know just where to find them. You’ll get a quick knock down and residual control as well.

Whether it’s for your home, cottage or a special event we can help
make sure the mosquitos won’t ruin your good time.

How can I reduce the number of Mosquitoes in my yard?
Our mosquito spray treatment has been shown to reduce the mosquitoes in your yard up to 90% when part of a comprehensive treatment plan.

This mosquito control service repels these bugs for up to 21-30 days!

How can I prevent Mosquitoes?
Here are some everyday tips and tricks you can easily implement in the prevention of Mosquitoes in your backyard:

  • Empty birdbaths (mosquito larvae only need 1 cup of water to live)
  • Check your eaves-troughs and gutters (water standing in gutters out of sight is a perfect breeding ground for mosquitoes
  • Sandboxes, often have liners that trap water (poke holes in the liner or allow for drainage)
  • Check your tarps, If they are sagging and collecting water, you have a perfect spot for mosquitoes to multiply
  • Kids toys left around the yard very often collect just enough water to breed mosquitoes.
  • Frisbees and sporting goods are big culprits to catch water.
  • Planters often come with water saucers underneath them that collect water.

A simple formula to aid with the prevention of Mosquitoes is to always remember the 3 D’s:

  • DUMP and DRAIN: Eliminate standing water where mosquitoes can breed
  • DUSK and DAWN: Stay indoors when mosquitoes are most active
  • DEFEND: Prevent mosquito bites by wearing approved insect repellents

How Does Your Mosquito Spray Work?
Treatment normally involves spraying your property and surrounding landscape (shrubbery, trees, long grass, under decks and other hot spots) with our special formula every 3-4 weeks (depending on the weather- amount of rainfall).

Why Should I Worry About Mosquitoes?
Mosquitoes in Ontario, Canada are known to carry the West Nile Virus which is transmitted to animals and humans while they bite you to take your blood. Ticks are known to carry the bacteria that can cause Lyme Disease.