Mosquito treatment program

Royal Pest’s mosquito treatment program helps protect you and your family.
 
 
mosquito

Zika virus:

Spread to people primarily through the bite of an infected Aedes species mosquito. –CDC


West Nile Virus:

Most people get infected with West Nile virus by the bite of an infected mosquito.

Mosquitoes become infected when they feed on infected birds.

Infected mosquitoes can then spread the virus to humans and other animals. –CDC

mosquito stages
 
 


Treatment and breeding site elimination can reduce the number of mosquitoes
in your yard.

Contact Royal Pest for a free inspection and evaluation 800-769-2573.


Tips to protect you and your family from mosquitoes:
  • Apply insect repellent containing at least 20% DEET. (Always read labels before applying.)
  • When possible, wear long-sleeves, long pants and socks when outdoors. Mosquitoes may bite through thin clothing, so spraying clothes with repellent containing permethrin or DEET will give extra protection
  • FOR MOST MOSQUITOES: The hours from dusk to dawn are peak mosquito biting times
  • PLEASE NOTE: The Yellow Fever (Aedes species) and Asian Tiger mosquitoes that carry the ZIKA virus are active during the day!
  • Drain standing water from around your home. Mosquitoes lay their eggs in standing water.
  • Clean your gutters of leaves and debris that hold moisture. They are a mosquito breeding ground.
  • Install or repair screens on both windows and doors to keep mosquitoes outside.
  • Report dead birds to local authorities. Dead birds may be a sign that they were infected with West Nile virus.

 



Inspection: A thorough search to find breeding grounds and other sources of mosquitoes around your home and yard.

Education: Reduction of breeding grounds around your home and info on how to protect your family from mosquito bites.

Treatment: A program of regular application of natural products to mosquito resting and breeding sites.

 


 

This will NOT eliminate all mosquitoes. • A reduction of up to 85% of the population is reasonable to expect.