Mosquito Control So You Can Enjoy the Outdoors
Professional control against pesky mosquitoes and gnats
Reclaim Your Outdoor Space
With Mosquito Control Services from Palmetto Exterminators
Palmetto offers several options for Mosquito Services. With our solutions, bid farewell to bothersome mosquitoes and enjoy your outdoor living without worry.
Mosquito Barrier Treatments
Effective Mosquito Control
Our monthly Mosquito Barrier Treatments are a cost-effective approach to killing and repelling mosquitoes and gnats.
During mosquito and gnat season (approximately March through November), our licensed and trained Mosquito Control Specialists will complete treatment in your yard about every four weeks.
Special Event Mosquito Treatment
Don't let uninvited pests ruin your outdoor event!
Our Special Event Mosquito Treatments are tailored for your special outdoor event, whether it's a high school graduation party or an elaborate wedding. We've effectively served a range of events, from celebrity weddings to intimate picnics.
Schedule our service months ahead or just a few days before your special occasion for complete peace of mind.
Neighborhood Mosquito Program
Broad-scale mosquito treatments for all your common areas
Utilizing our precise backpack foggers and potent golf cart foggers, we efficiently treat entire neighborhoods without relying on mosquito traps or other devices.
Our Neighborhood Mosquito Program entails monthly treatments for the entire community, employing these advanced fogging techniques. Our comprehensive mosquito control regimen includes surveillance of mosquito species, counts, and activity levels, along with larviciding of breeding sites like swamps, ditches, and stagnant water areas.
Mosquito Misting System
Don’t Let Pesky Mosquitoes Trap You Inside
Similar to a home sprinkler system, a Mosquito Misting System is installed around your landscape. At the start of mosquito season, usually March to November, our skilled Specialists will activate your Mosquito Misting System.
Controlled by a digital timer, the system is programmed to operate during peak mosquito and gnat activity periods. At set intervals, precisely measured mists are delivered, typically during early mornings and late evenings, for approximately 30 seconds each time. When the season concludes, we will deactivate and winterize the system. Our program encompasses complementary barrier treatments for the designated area and larviciding as needed.
Take back the outdoors with Mosquito Control
Answers to All Your Buzzing Questions
Mosquito Frequently Asked Questions
What are some things I can do to reduce mosquitoes around my home?
In addition to a mosquito control service, there are several measures you can take to get rid of mosquitoes around your home.
- Replace any standing water in bird baths, ponds, or pools at least once weekly to reduce breeding sites.
- Introduce mosquito-eating fish to ponds with standing water.
- Turn over any empty flower pots, children's toys, and other objects that might hold water.
When is mosquito season?
Mosquitoes hibernate during winter and return when the temperature rises during the spring, which can be early as February or March in North and South Carolina. Mosquito populations peak during the summer when it's the hottest, so bug spray or treatments are extremely important during June, July, and August.
How long will a barrier treatment last?
Our mosquito treatments are designed to last between 3 to 4 weeks. Depending on weather and other environmental factors, mosquito treatment may not last as long. Our monthly mosquito barrier treatments are a guaranteed service. If you do not see results, call us, and we will come back out for an extra mosquito treatment service at no additional cost.
How long does a mosquito live?
Mosquitoes typically live for about 2 to 4 weeks on average, although lifespan can vary depending on factors such as species and environmental conditions.
Why are some people more prone to mosquito bites than others?
This question remains somewhat of a mystery. However, the reason why some humans get bitten more than others might come down to blood type, body scent, or perfume.
A recent study found that people with blood Type O were more likely to get bit because mosquitoes are attracted to this type of blood for unknown reasons. In this study, those with blood Type A were the least likely to get bit, and blood Type B was found somewhere in the middle. Besides blood type, mosquitoes are also attracted to certain chemicals in your skin that some people produce more than others, such as lactic acid.