With warmer weather and recent rainfall, you’re probably starting to notice an increase in the mosquito population in your yard. Mosquitoes are pests that bring more than annoying, itchy bites; they also carry diseases like West Nile and Zika viruses that they transmit to us. Bug Tech offers many different mosquito control options for your home. Read on to find out which one is best for you!

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Yard Spray

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If you’re looking for a general yard spray that will not only take care of your mosquito control needs, but also handle other pests in your yard like spiders, roaches and ants, our yard spray is right on the money. This type of mosquito control is applied with our backpack sprayer, which condenses the molecules of the pesticide, which is more likely to zap mosquitoes where they land. We not only spray your yard, trees and shrubbery, we also spray the eaves of your home and underneath porches and patios – a favorite cool hiding place for mosquitoes during the heat of the day. If you already have us come out to spray your house quarterly for general pest control, you can add mosquito control for just $25 more.

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We recently had a neighborhood pool together to have our mosquito truck drive through to handle mosquito control that the city doesn’t. If your neighborhood has a message board, or a Homeowner’s Association – bring it up! It ended up costing each resident less than $15.


The newest tool in our mosquito control arsenal, MistAway systems are a great option for your back yard. We install the system, which consists of a series of nozzles and tubing, well hidden from view that periodically emits pesticide to your yard. It’s the newest and easiest form of mosquito control out there. Everything we use is completely safe for children and pets. The only thing harmed are the mosquitoes.

We are always happy customize any treatment method to suit your mosquito control needs. If you’ve become a back yard buffet, give us a call and we will be happy to help out! What do you currently use for mosquito control? Let us know in the comments!