Mosquito Protection

How to get rid of mosquitoes? Is that a question that plagues you each spring and summer when you and your family try to sit on your back deck and enjoy a sunny day?

Mosquitoes affect all of South Georgia. If you are in these surrounding areas, Invizibug Pest Solutions has a mosquito control & treatment strategy that will allow you and your family to enjoy your time outside (as well as inside), and keep the mosquitoes from ruining your parties, events, or just a relaxing day by the pool.

Mosquito Yard Spray – Outside Mosquito Control

Call us to schedule a time for Invizibug Pest Solutions trained exterminators to come to your home, business or event location and eliminate mosquitoes.

How to Help Control Mosquitoes

You can also help foster a mosquito-free environment. These quick tips, plus Invizibug Pest Solution's mosquito treatment services will help keep your home free of mosquitoes year-round:

  • Standing Water: Mosquitoes are born in the smallest areas of standing water. If you have cups, bowls, coolers or other containers around the outside of your home, sitting open, allowing rain to settle in them – dump them out quickly. Birdbath water should be replaced frequently to avoid mosquitoes laying eggs in standing water.
  • Clogged Gutters: Not only can clogged gutters lead to possible termite damage, they are a breeding environment for mosquitoes too. Standing water fills up the gutter, and because you probably aren’t on your roof daily, you don’t know that that mosquitoes are laying eggs in your gutters. Keeping them clean is one more way to help prevent them in the first place.
  • Weeds: Invizibug pest solutions service areas can get hot, no, really hot. So even mosquitoes escape the heat by hiding in the shade of weeds around your home. That’s just one more reason to get rid of those weeds.

If you feel that you may have mosquitoes or have seen them outside (or inside) we’ll come and assess where the mosquitoes are, and help you decide the best course of action to get rid of them.