Mosquitoes: Mosquito season is March through October in Central Texas. Beyond mere annoyance and skin irritation, certain mosquito bites can escalate to the transmission of severe diseases and viruses, including malaria, dengue, Zika, and West Nile virus. Notably, mosquitoes aren't limited to harming humans; they also carry diseases and parasites that pose threats to pets. Mosquitoes exhibit preferences for various standing water sources to lay their eggs, with permanent water bodies containing predators like fish and dragonfly nymphs keeping mosquito larvae in check. However, marshes, ditches, temporary pools, and puddles serve as fertile breeding grounds. Surprisingly small sites, from tree holes and old tires to bottle caps, contribute to mosquito proliferation.

Mosquitos are capable of traveling up to 2 miles away from their spawning pool. We treat mosquitos by focusing on the nesting sites and areas where mosquitoes are known to rest around your property. We use insecticides that exterminate adult mosquitos and inhibit their reproductive ability. We recommend monthly application during months when mosquitoes are most active.

Mosquito Service