East Coast Pest Control & Fertilization, Inc. provides quality Florida mosquito control services to counter the relenting mosquito problems in Florida. Unlike other states, Floridians need mosquito control all year. Our company knows that South Florida is one of the most infested among the regions in the United States and a simple spray won’t cut it!
At East Coast Pest Control, we use the In2Care Mosquito Trap system for effective control. Unlike aerial spraying and insecticide treatments, In2Care targets mosquitoes only, providing humans with bite prevention while leaving helpful insects unharmed.
Florida Mosquito Control Services
Florida is a top vacation location due to it amazing climate, but with Florida’s watery landscape and warm seasons, humans aren’t the only ones taking up residence. Florida is the perfect breeding ground for mosquitos throughout the year!
Adult mosquitos feed on the blood of other animals and have been known to spread disease such as West Nile Virus. Mosquito larvae are born in standing water throughout our swampy land and canal systems and can make outdoor activities for humans unbearable. Don’t let adult mosquitos interfere with your day! At East Coast Pest Control, our mosquito control service can help!
Mosquito Control in Florida
Mosquito-borne disease and illness is not something anyone can fully control, but there are ways to minimize bite rates. By controlling the population of mosquitos in your location, your chances of being bit become reduced thus reducing your chances of illness and skin irritation. Our mosquito control method, In2Care, is a biological control method that targets mosquitos and leaves insects such as bees unharmed. The trap is a biological method, a fungus to be exact, that is US-EPA-approved to infect mosquito and their larvae. This treatment method is highly effective in reducing the number of live mosquitos in a given area. When mosquito populations drop, our homeowners and customers can enjoy the lawn and garden areas in far greater comfort.
Mosquitos are not something that can be eradicated, but their numbers can definitely be dramatically reduced. If you would like additional information about this excellent and necessary service, contact our team today!