About Mosquito Squad of Richmond
The Best Mosquito Control Company in Richmond
Since 2005, Mosquito Squad® has provided more than 2 million treatments in 300,000 properties nationwide. Our team has helped thousands of families enjoy their yards bite-free, without the fear of welts, stings, or diseases. We’ve also helped our customers enjoy the summer without dousing themselves in DEET or spending a fortune on citronella candles. For us, that’s the best result we could hope for—customers who get to enjoy their backyards, make memories, and play in the summer without the worry or inconvenience of mosquitoes and ticks.
At Mosquito Squad of Richmond, what sets us apart from other mosquito control companies in Richmond, VA is our commitment to each customer’s experience. All our work is backed by a 100% customer satisfaction guarantee, so if you’re unhappy with the results of your treatment, we’ll return at no cost and spray your yard again. Our licensed and trained mosquito control experts in Richmond always arrive on time, and we make sure to avoid spraying plants that attract pollinating insects, like butterflies or bees. Instead, we keep our sprays limited to the areas mosquitoes and ticks breed or feed, destroying their life cycle and helping clear your yard for weeks at a time.
Call (804) 409-2710 to get a free estimate from Mosquito Squad of Richmond! We look forward to helping you reclaim your backyard.
Our mantra: Passion. Service. Education. Giving.
- We approach every day with a passion to do our best in every capacity possible so our clients can enjoy their yards and outdoor spaces.
- We strive to provide extraordinary service in every aspect of our client relationships, from the first time we answer your phone call to continually treating your property with the utmost respect.
- We educate consumers on how to avoid mosquito bites and protect their home.
- Mosquito Squad proudly gives Northstar Academy, St. Andrew’s School, Sheltering Arms and numerous other local causes. Mosquito Squad participates in “Giving Day” and “Earth Day” by planting trees in Richmond communities.