Early exterminators experimented with judicial pest-control solutions, such as serving roaches with tiny eviction notices and suing silverfish on The People's Court. Declare martial law on household pests with today's Groupon: for $29, you get one barrier-spray treatment covering up to a half acre of land from Mosquito Terminators, traveling to Autauga, Elmore, Montgomery, and Tallapoosa counties (a $79 value).
Mosquito Terminators dispatches licensed mosquito-control professionals to spray up to a half acre of land with a natural-based solution designed to repel mosquitoes, ticks, fleas, and biting flies for up to 21 days. During the mosquito barrier-spray program, lasting one hour or less, a mosquito patrolman applies a carefully regulated spray of a natural-based repellent that is safe for children, pets, and pets dressed as children. One treatment of the mosquito barrier keeps pests away with an invisible wall of protection for 24 hours a day for three weeks, but has no effect on busybody neighbors.
River Region Pest Control
Kids romp on the grass while their parents pull weeds from the garden or flip burgers at the grill. It’s an idyllic summertime image, but one that’s easily marred by a pest smaller than a paper clip. The mosquito. The ubiquitously despised mosquito.
River Region Pest Control prevents itchiness and irritability by zapping the little pests before they have a chance to bite. After pulling up to homes in a gleaming white PT Cruiser, technicians embark on lawns armed with a fine mist of all-natural mosquito destroyer. This mist forms a water-resistant bond as it settles onto greenery, as well as on the eaves, porches, and decks of the home, allowing it to slyly kill any mosquito that swoops by. Derived from chrysanthemums, the solution is safer for pets and kids than what’s available at retail stores, including fly swatters strapped to automatic sprinklers. The mosquito-proof force field stays in effect for up to 21 days, rain or shine, and also helps control other pests, such as gnats, fleas, roaches, and flies.