Mosquito Control Service


Now more than ever, people are becoming increasingly aware of the health risks associated with mosquito-borne illnesses. That’s why AmeriPest Solutions is here to protect your home or business with full-service mosquito control. We provide safe and affordable ways to repel mosquitoes with protection to reduce your risk of Zika, West Nile, and other diseases.


Our comprehensive mosquito control service begins with a thorough inspection of your property to identify areas where mosquitos are most likely to breed. That enables our technicians to target our treatment for maximum effectiveness.


Protect and enjoy your yard all summer long with our standard mosquito fogging treatment. AmeriPest Solutions coats your shrubs, bushes, and foliage with a mosquito pesticide that is safe for humans, pets, and plants, but lethal for mosquitoes.


  • Mosquitoes love the water! That’s why your mosquito treatment should include the areas around swimming pools, ponds, and other locations where there is standing water on your property.
  • Eliminate all unnecessary sources of standing water with our affordable ways to repel mosquitoes. Whenever it rains, it’s a good idea to eliminate puddles, as well as water that collects in or on top of trash cans, flower pots, tarps, and other locations.

  • Maintain your yard. Regular landscaping helps cut down on places where mosquitoes like to hang out. Keep your grass trimmed, as well as shrubs and other plants.
  • Keep your gutters clean. Remove excess water and debris on a regular basis, as well as after a storm, to avoid attracting mosquitoes.


Why do mosquitoes bite humans?

All mosquitoes feed on nectar from flowering plants. But female mosquitoes need extra protein for laying and developing their eggs. They get that protein by feeding on animal blood  including human blood. So whenever you get bitten by a mosquito, it is always a “she.”

Why do people get sick from mosquito bites?

Mosquitoes become infected with viruses such as Zika and West Nile. When an infected mosquito bites a human, that person is at risk for those same viruses.

Where do mosquitoes breed?

Mosquitoes lay their eggs in stagnant, or still water. That’s why eliminating standing water, and treating areas near swimming pools, bird baths, ponds, and other water features, is so important for mosquito control.

Where do mosquitoes live?

While mosquitoes lay their eggs in standing water, the adults like to live in or near shrubs, bushes, and other foliage. That’s why your mosquito treatment should include these areas.


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