Mosquito Treatment

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Aardvark Pest Pro Mosquito Treatment & Control in Newark and surrounding areas

Aardvark Pet Pro has mosquito treatments and integrated mosquito management programs to keep your yard mosquito free all season long.

Affordable Mosquito Control

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Mosquitoes can be a real nuisance in your outdoor space since their bites are itchy and a health concern as they can spread disease. Don’t let mosquitoes control your yard. Aardvark Pest Pro is here to help with treatments starting at $69+tax. (Price varies by yard size)

Keep in Mind We Offer Both a Mosquito treatment program to maintain your yard year round and also a one time treatment services. See which one is right for you!

Mosquito Control Program

Some properties have more mosquito activity than others. This is due to proximity to stagnant water, damp wetlands, or high moisture. This is why we offer a seasonal program for mosquito control. This program starts in May and goes through September. We come out and treat the property just like we would for a single treatment. We repeat this process once a month to keep your yard mosquito free all season. Our Mosquito program starts at $69+ tax per treatment. If you’re on our General Pest Control Program, adding the mosquito program is discounted, starting at $49+tax per treatment.

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Mosquito Control Program Guarantee

Trust Your Summer With The Best

We’re so confident our mosquito control program will keep your yard mosquito free, we guarantee it year-round for as long as you’re on the program. If you have mosquitoes in between our monthly treatments, we’ll come out and retreat for FREE.

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Mosquito Yard Treatment - One Time

If you have mosquito activity, you’ve come to the right place. As a professional pest control company, we have the know-how to control mosquitoes in your yard. Aardvark Pest Pro will inspect your property for areas mosquitoes like to hide. We’ll then treat the areas by fogging trees, shrubbery, bushes, and mulch beds as well as around the perimeter of the home and yard.

Mosquito Treatment Guarantee

Get Rid Of Blood Sucking Mosquitoes

With years of experience in mosquito control, we know what works. That’s why our mosquito treatment comes with a 30-day guarantee. If you have mosquitoes in your yard within 30 days of the treatment, we’ll come back and retreat for FREE.

What You Need To Know About Mosquitos

What Do Mosquitoes Look Like?

Mosquitoes are small insects in the fly family that are known for their itchy bites. They have two wings, six long thing legs, skinny bodies and are 3-9mm in length.

Are Mosquitoes Dangerous?

Yes. Mosquito-borne disease is no joke. They are some of the most deadly creatures on earth because of the diseases they carry. Some of the diseases mosquitoes carry are malaria, west nile virus, zika virus, chikungunya virus, and dengue.

When Is Mosquito Season?

Mosquitoes thrive in temperatures between 50-80 degrees Fahrenheit. This is why we run our mosquito program May through September.

Where Do Mosquitoes Come From?

Standing water is a prime mosquito breeding habitat. Mosquito larvae hatch in the stagnant water and grow into pupae. Then they emerge as adult mosquitoes.
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Frequently Asked Mosquito Questions

There are over 2700 mosquito species worldwide with about 170 being common in the United States.
The best way to get rid of mosquitoes is to have a professional mosquito control service treat your affected property. Basic insect repellent is generally not enough.
The vast majority of the adult mosquito population will hide in bushes, shrubby and trees during the day and be most active in the mornings and evenings.

According to the CDC, wash the area with soap and water, apply an ice pack with 10-minute on/off intervals, apply a mixture of baking soda and water to reduce itching, and/or use an over-the-counter antihistamine cream to help reduce itching.

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