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
The lawn-care technicians at NaturaLawn of America help greenery flourish with an organic fertilizer and solutions to combat pests and weeds. The staff tailors treatments to each lawn's individual needs, seeding, aerating soil, and spreading nutrient-enriched fertilizer.
The scintillating scents of curry and ginger waft through Bombay Club to capture wandering noses from a comprehensive menu full of authentic Indian flavors. Vegan dishes fall in step with culinary commands to feed meatless militias with cumin-spiced potatoes and cauliflower in the aloo gobi ($14), while tempered vegetarian allies dine on the baigan bharta, puréed eggplant infused with a blend of ginger and freshly ground spices ($12). The deft chefs assuage kebab cravings with many speared specialties from the tandoor oven, such as the red-masala-marinated shrimp bihari ($19), or chicken malai enclosed in a creamy-sauce chrysalis ($16). Peruse the British Curry House menu for dishes reflecting an Anglo-Saxon influence like beef saag, distinguished by its creamy spinach and unruly devotion to Tottenham Hotspur ($18). Sides of fragrant basil-cheese naan ($6) and lentil-enhanced tamarind rice ($6) soak up stray sauce droplets and pre-clean plates for weary dishwashers.