Mosquito Terminators annihilates its eponymous bloodsucking pests with potent, biodegradable mists. Barrier spray spritzed from a backpack-mounted blower slays bugs on contact, destroying insects—from garden-variety mosquitoes to gnats and biting flies—as they land on lawns and plants. Techs return every three weeks, or 1.5 mosquito years, during summer months to refresh chemical fortresses, or install automatic outdoor misting systems, which puff a low-concentration Safe Solutions insecticide into the air two to three times each day to continuously ward off winged invaders. Mosquito Terminators treats a range of spaces, from humble home lawns to larger commercial and municipal properties, such as parks, golf courses, and picnic grounds.
Mosquito Terminators license #: B2715
Mosquito Squad of Rhode Island's trusty technicians will assess a backyard or front yard before applying a defensive shield with the barrier spray. This process uses fogging machines to spray an insecticide—a nontoxic product registered with the Environmental Protection Agency—that immediately deters and kills adult mosquitoes and ticks that enter the yard. Around 30 minutes after the treatment is sprayed, humans and pets can safely return to the yard without fearing insect-spread diseases such as West Nile virus, equine encephalitis, Lyme disease, and goo-hands. The treatment typically lasts around 21 days.
NuAge Detection roots out bed bugs with the help of Julie, a certified canine bed-bug detector. To maintain privacy, the company also practices discretion throughout the course of the service, arriving in unmarked vehicles and wearing clothing without company logos.
Though the extract of the African chrysanthemum flower poses no danger to humans and pets, its deadly effect on insects has been widely known for centuries. With a single spray-down from a knowledgeable operator, lawns can be freed from the tyranny of mosquitos, ticks, fleas, and other biting pests for 21 days. The professionals of Mosquito Guard of New England can also remove or treat favorite mosquito hideouts, such as standing water or foreclosed beehives.