Serving Tri-State Area
Standing water provides the perfect breeding ground for mosquitoes. Watch birdbaths, fountains, and buckets for signs of eggs or larvae.
We use a mosquito blower that fogs/mist and rotates all vegetation surfaces that are covered with treatment that the technician applied. While doing pretreatment inspections our technicians will inspect the property and point out any problem areas that we can fix or recommendations for the home owner to do to provide more successful treatment.
This is set up with your technician for a monthly treatment to keep the mosquitoes away. Your technician will give a reminder call 1-2 days before your next treatment. Even better, you do not need to be home for the treatment. We can apply it while you're out doing errands, at work, or whenever works for you.
Alford Pest Control can help you eliminate the mosquitoes in your yard and prevent the development of new infestations. Call us at 1-844-262-8321 or click below to schedule your free pest control estimate today! We provide free, no-obligation mosquito control quotes in West Virginia, Ohio, and Kentucky, including Parkersburg, Huntington, Charleston, Portsmouth, Ashland, Saint Albans, Marietta, Lucasville, South Charleston, Beckley, and nearby cities.
Our mosquito treatment application takes about 15-30 minutes depending on yard size and types or quantity of vegetation present. The treatment is safe for pets and kids and you can return to your yard after the treatment has completely dried. It kills both adults and larvae, disrupting their breeding cycle and effectively stopping their ability to thrive and reproduce.
Mosquitoes most often come out to feed around sunrise, sunset, and nighttime because daylight sun and temperatures can quickly dehydrate them. If you're also seeing them during the day then you likely have a well-developed infestation. We offer mosquito treatments both residentially and commercially, giving you top-tier coverage at your home or business.
Birds that may eat mosquitoes include starlings, migratory songbirds, and waterfowl such as ducks and geese. Because ducks and geese hang out by the water, they are likely to have access to steady mosquito populations that thrive in the water. So while waterfowl eat the mosquitoes, they are often only present where mosquitoes are likely to live. In the same catefory are fish and amphibians — they are great at eating mosquitoes, but cannot leave the water where mosquitoes thrive. That makes waterfowl, fish, and frogs nearly inconsequential to mosquito populations.
In fact, natural predators have very little effect on large mosquito populations in general because they multiply faster than they can be eaten. The most effective predator of other mosquitoes is other mosquitoes! Certain species of mosquito actually hunt and kill others. This is true for both the adult and larvae of predacious mosquito species. But just in case you're looking for a simpler solution, we offer straight-forward mosquito control services near you.
Included in your service, our technician will advise you on certain ways to mitigate your pest problems on your property. Alford Pest Control can help you control the mosquitoes in your yard and prevent the development of new infestations. Call us at 1-844-262-8321 or click below to schedule your free pest control estimate today! We provide free, no-obligation mosquito control quotes in West Virginia, Ohio, and Kentucky, including Parkersburg, Huntington, Charleston, Portsmouth, Ashland, Saint Albans, Marietta, Lucasville, South Charleston, Beckley, and nearby cities.
Our technicians follow strict guidelines and laws set by Kentucky, Ohio, and West Virginia departments of agriculture. Our team also closely follows all product label instructions. All of the products we use are EPA certified and child and pet friendly.
We strongly recommended letting professional licensed pest control technicians apply any chemical applications and treatments. Please adhere to any restrictions or instructions given by your pest control specialist following the pest treatment(s).
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