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Mosquito Control

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Green Mosquito Control

For Expert & Effective Mosquito Control in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Our Green Mosquito Control program consists of monthly treatments during peak mosquito season, March through October, and is guaranteed to reduce the number of mosquitoes in your yard and around your home without harsh chemicals. Our licensed technicians use products derived from flowers and bacteria and apply them only to areas needed, reducing adult mosquito populations as well as mosquito larvae.

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Identification of Potential Mosquito Breeding and Resting Areas

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Our products’ active ingredients are derived from flowers, plants, and natural elements from the earth

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We’ll come back in between regular scheduled visits, if needed, at no additional cost to you

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Gutters, Containers, Toys, Pots, Bird Baths, etc. (any area with standing water)

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Targets Breeding Sites – Bird Baths, Ponds, Flower Pots, Containers, Marshes, Creeks, Flooded Areas

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Targets Adult Mosquito Resting Areas – Shrubs, Ivy, Weeds, Small Trees, Shaded Areas

About Mosquitoes

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Mosquitoes are small, biting flies with slender bodies and long beaks used to penetrate the skin. They are usually have black, white, or gray markings along the legs and body, with two wings that are long and narrow. Mosquitoes breed in still, stagnant water – making a lot of the items around your home potential breeding sites, such as flower pots, bird baths, gutters, and toys. Not only are mosquito bites painful, but they can transmit a range of diseases, like West Nile Virus, Encephalitis, and dog heart worm. More about Mosquitoes

Mosquito Prevention Tips

Mosquitoes are attracted to carbon dioxide (the air we exhale) and can sense it from up to 30 yards away. Mosquitoes are also drawn to body heat, moisture, movement, and dark colors. In addition to professional mosquito control, there are some things you can do at home to reduce mosquito bites.

  • Eliminate areas with standing water once a week
  • Keep gutters clean
  • Remove any litter from yard – mosquitoes can lay eggs in small, discarded items that hold water, such as cans, bottles, wrappers, etc.
  • Correct drainage issues, if any

  • Dress in light colored, loose fitting clothing when outdoors
  • Use GE yellow “bug lights” – these do not repel mosquitoes but, unlike incandescent lights, do not attract them
  • Use citronella candles, although they only have a mild effect
  • Place a large fan on decks or patios – mosquitoes are weak fliers

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