Barrier spray mosquito treatments work right away – and keep working for weeks.
When you contract Mosquito Joe of Northwest Florida for mosquito lawn control, a trained technician will treat your yard with an effective barrier spray that eliminates biters for 21 days. Using a backpack sprayer designed for precise application, your technician targets shrubs and plants with a barrier spray that kills mosquitoes on contact and bonds to foliage, where it acts as a mosquito deterrent for weeks to come. Within 30 minutes of spraying, your yard is ready for family and pets to come out and play.
We also inspect your property for active mosquito larvae populations and treat them accordingly. Your technician will help you identify potential mosquito breeding grounds in your yard and recommend ways to eliminate standing water. These notes will be left on the post-service door hanger at the end of the treatment. Every three weeks, our team will return to treat your yard.
All of the barrier spray chemicals we use are synthetic forms of pyrethrins called pyrethroids. Pyrethrins are insecticides that are derived from a naturally occurring compound called pyrethrum found in the chrysanthemum flower. Pyrethroids are used in numerous commercial products that consumers use to control insects such as household pets insecticides, pet shampoos and sprays, and even lice shampoos applied directly to the scalp. The standard barrier spray treatment is effective on other pests such as fleas, ticks and some flies as well.
All mosquito prevention services can be scheduled at your convenience, whether you are at home or not. As long as your property in Niceville or Gulf Breeze is accessible, you can trust your technician to let you know your yard has been treated.
If you’re new to using an outdoor pest control service in Florida, we’re sure you have a lot of questions to ask. Whether you want to verify that we service your area or have a question about finding the right service for you, we are here to help! Visit our FAQ page or give us a call and we are happy to answer any of your questions. If you want to learn more information about the mosquito life cycle, the diseases they carry and how to further combat mosquitoes, visit our learning center.