Mosquito Control Treatments in the St. Louis Metro East
Enjoy Your Outdoor Living Space
We treat our customer’s outdoor living spaces for Mosquitos between April and October each year.
We use multiple methods, including family and pet friendly insecticides, environmental modifications, and baits/lures to minimize the number of mosquitos in your outdoor living spaces
At Pestegic, we understand that complete elimination of mosquitoes is not possible. However, we are committed to providing our clients with the most effective solutions for minimizing mosquito populations and reducing the potential risks posed by these pests. Our trained professionals use a range of methods, such as the use of insecticides and habitat modification, to effectively reduce mosquito populations and prevent them from returning. We also offer preventative services and advice to help our clients minimize the potential for mosquito infestations on their property. By focusing on mosquito minimization, we can help our clients enjoy their outdoor living spaces without worrying about the nuisance and potential health risks of these flying insects.
On our first vision, we will conduct an inspection of the property to identify the source of the mosquito infestation and any potential breeding sites. This information is used to develop a customized treatment plan that is tailored to the specific needs of each client.
During our first treatment, we will treat harborages and help eliminate mosquito breeding sites. We will also add discrete traps that encourage mosquitos to lay eggs in our traps so that their eggs never develop.
What To Expect
Mosquitos are flying insects, and they will sometimes fly miles for a good meal. Because of this, we cannot guarantee mosquito elimination. Instead, we’ll focus on keeping mosquitos from breeding, and make sure they don’t survive very long.
Our goal is to keep your outdoor living space as mosquito-free as possible.
Get Rid of Mosquitos In Your Back Yard
Mosquitoes are a common outdoor pest that can ruin your enjoyment of your outdoor living space. These flying insects are known for their ability to quickly reproduce and adapt to their environment, making them difficult to control. Not only are mosquitoes unpleasant to look at, but their bites can also cause irritation and discomfort. In addition, mosquitoes can carry diseases such as malaria and West Nile virus, making them a potential health risk.
Mosquitos During The Day?
Asian tiger mosquitoes, also known as Aedes albopictus, are a species of mosquito that are known for their distinctive black and white striped pattern. Unlike most mosquitoes, which are active at dawn and dusk, Asian tiger mosquitoes are known for being active during the day. This makes them a particularly annoying pest, as they can interfere with outdoor activities and make it difficult to enjoy your outdoor living space during the day.
Mosquitoes are attracted to standing water and can breed in small pools of water, which makes your backyard a potential breeding ground for these pests. If you have areas of standing water in your backyard, such as bird baths, kiddie pools, or puddles, it is likely that mosquitoes are breeding there.
Mosquitoes are capable of traveling long distances, although the exact distance varies depending on the species of mosquito and the environmental conditions. In general, mosquitoes can travel up to several miles from their breeding sites in search of food and suitable habitats. This means that even if there are no standing water sources or breeding sites on your property, you may still be at risk of a mosquito infestation.
Pesticide treatments are a common method for controlling mosquito populations. These treatments involve the application of a specialized insecticide to kill mosquitoes and prevent them from breeding. Pesticide treatments are typically conducted by professional pest control companies, who have the expertise and equipment to safely and effectively apply the insecticide.
The process of conducting a pesticide treatment for mosquitoes typically involves several steps. First, we will conduct an inspection of the property to identify the source of the mosquito infestation and any potential breeding sites.
Once the treatment plan has been developed, the pest control company will apply the insecticide according to the manufacturer’s instructions and safety guidelines. The insecticide is typically applied using a sprayer or fogger, which can quickly and effectively cover large areas.