As per usual, mosquitoes tested positive for West Nile virus. It’s usually around late August when we see cases of West Nile virus infections in humans begin to surface. While we hear so much about West Nile and rarely encounter it or know someone infected with it, it begins a bit to feel like the “boy who cried wolf”. That is until it’s too late. While we can’t control mosquitoes you encounter when you’re out and about, we can reduce the mosquito population within your yard by up to 90%.
Don’t allow mosquitoes to dictate when you get to enjoy your yard. You shouldn’t have to wait until it’s near freezing outside to be free and clear of coming into contact with potential disease-carrying mosquitoes. Our microencapsulated barrier application will knock down mosquitoes on contact and eliminate those that land within your yard after we’ve applied the barrier treatment. Additionally, you don’t have to worry about a little rain interfering with the effectiveness of our barrier application.
By reducing the number of mosquitoes in your yard, you’re also reducing your chances of being bitten by a disease-carrying mosquito while in your yard. That’s why it’s so imperative to rely on a licensed, professional for all your New Hampshire mosquito control needs. We apply our barrier treatment once and then return twenty-one days later to reapply. Through a consistent application of our barrier treatment, there’s a compounding effect on mosquitoes and their ability to breed within your yard. It’s incredibly effective and we offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee.
To find out why we’re the number one mosquito control company in New Hampshire, call us today at (603) 301-4857. We look forward to hearing from you soon!