- We begin the service by conducting a thorough inspection of your property to find where mosquitos may be living during the day. Once completed we will recommend some important steps the home owner can make to reduce mosquito activity themselves. After this, we will create a customized treatment plan specific to your property.
- One of our licensed technicians will begin the application of a specialized formula to the target areas on the property. Once completed, you should see a reduction in as little as 24 hours.
- We will return on a monthly basis to reapply the product to ensure Mosquitos do not return to the property.
- If the homeowner is satisfied with the results and our service, we will gladly return every season to ensure long lasting protection.
Frequently Asked Questions
- What products do we use? The products we use are either completely organic or are a synthetic-organic blend. Of course we base our choices primarily on the preference of the home owner. As well as this, our technicians use their professional judgement in each scenario.
- How long is the service? The length of the service depends entirely on the extent of the problem and the size of the property. With this in mind, services usually last no longer than 30 – 45 minutes.
- Do we do one time treatments? We typically steer away from one time treatments as the service works better on a recurring basis. We do occasionally provide the service for one time events such as outdoor weddings, parties or gatherings.
- How long does the treatment last? Each treatment lasts between 3 to 4 weeks depending on the weather.
- Are your treatments safe for my kids and pets? Our treatments are safe for both people and pets. The reason for this is because we believe in only using registered products approved by the ministry of the environment.
- What kind of risks do mosquitos pose? Its no secret that mosquitoes are annoying, however they are actually known to transmit all sorts of viruses. To learn more, you can visit https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/reports-publications/canada-communicable-disease-report-ccdr/monthly-issue/2019-45/issue-4-april-4-2019/article-3-endemic-mosquito-borne-diseases-climate-change.html
To find out more or to sign up for the service please reach out via email Contact Us or give us a call.