Mosquitoes can become intolerable during certain times of the year, especially in our wet region.

Some people have allergic reactions to their bites but most importantly, they can carry many different types of diseases. The most common in our area are West Nile, Yellow Fever, Western Equine Eencephalitis and St. Louis Encephalitis. Please see links below to read more about these concerns.

Preventative Treatment & Control

We start with a thorough inspection of your home and property. We look for any standing water that may be nearby. Standing water doesn’t necessarily have to mean an actual pond or lake either. We look for pooling water or any areas where it collects (inside tires, plugged gutters, water feeders for farm animals, etc). If not maintained, these areas become perfect breeding sites for Mosquitoes.

You can break their life cycle by controlling these “water” sites. It will prevent them from developing and reaching the adult stage of their life cycle. It’s important to start with this phase before applying products to your home as the problem will persist if not addressed.

Some geological areas that contain high amounts of standing water such as lakes, marshes and ponds can produce high numbers of Mosquitoes. Our proven control methods will alleviate mosquito populations on your property providing you a safer and more comfortable living environment.

Our treatment methods are very effective. Our experience ranges from treating parks, RV campgrounds, golf courses, residential homes, schools and restaurants that offer outdoor seating.

Since every home and situation is unique, we start with a thorough inspection of your home and property and put together a treatment plan that suits your needs.

Links and Resources

CDC Mosquito Publication

Washington State Dept of Health Publication