3 Reasons to Schedule a Mosquito Treatment Now

Kennesaw mosquito controlIt’s time to schedule mosquito treatments for your home so you can enjoy the great outdoors this summer! We can help with pest control in Kennesaw, Woodstock, Acworth, or Canton- just give us a call or contact us online to get an estimate.

Reason #1: No more itchy bites

Do you love hanging out in your backyard? If not, would you love it if not for the bugs? If you want to enjoy a summer full of playing with your kids, dining alfresco, and entertaining friends under the stars, you should call us for mosquito control treatments in north metro Atlanta. Citronella candles and oil lamps only do so much, whereas our mosquito treatments are highly effective and last much longer.

Reason #2: Prevent disease

Besides their annoying itchiness, mosquito bites can transmit a variety of diseases. According to the Georgia Department of Public Health, mosquitoes in Georgia are known to carry West Nile virus, Eastern Equine encephalitis virus, and LaCross virus. Cases of mosquito-borne Saint Louis encephalitis have also been reported. These viruses are in full force from late spring through early fall due to our warm temperatures, so right now is the prime time to schedule mosquito control.

Reason #3: We provide pollinator-aware mosquito control

At our Woodstock and Kennesaw pest control company, we understand the importance of bees to our environment and the threats facing bee populations. When you choose us for mosquito control, you can rest assured that we provide pollinator-aware mosquito control, just one more example of our overall commitment to Integrated Pest Management. In short, IPM is an approach to pest control that uses the most efficient and least-toxic methods possible to achieve the desired result in order to reduce risk to your family, animals, home, and the environment.

Don’t let the mosquitoes keep you inside while the summer slips away! Give us a call today at 770-212-9990 to schedule an estimate for our pest control services in Kennesaw, Woodstock, and throughout north Atlanta.

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Rise of the Bugs: Call Now for Summer Pest Control

Woodstock mosquito controlThe temperature is rising, flowers are in bloom, and unfortunately, pesky bugs are out in force! From wasps and yellow jackets, to roaches and ants, to the scourge of every backyard barbecue, the dreaded mosquito, it’s time to make a stand and protect your home with affordable, effective pest control from Protect All Pest Control.

We provide residential pest control in Woodstock, Kennesaw, Acworth, and Canton to help you enjoy a clean, healthy home and a bite-free yard all summer long. Read on to see what you’re up against this summer and how we can help you kick pests to the curb.

The Usual Suspects: Pest Control’s Most Wanted

  • Roaches– These home invaders can carry bacteria and allergens, not to mention the fact that they’re just plain gross. Here in Georgia we have a double whammy to worry about, since both German cockroaches and American cockroaches (aka palmetto bugs) are found here. Fortunately, if you need roach extermination, we can help. Our Integrated Pest Management approach not only eradicates the infestation, but also includes providing some tips to prevent future roach problems.
  • Ants– From fire ants in your yard to black ants in your kitchen, these pests are especially prone to making their presence known during the summer. We can help you take your home back with fire ant treatments for your yard so you and your family can enjoy barefoot summer days, and we can also treat  your home to get rid of ant infestations in the kitchen, bathroom, or any other area where ants have taken hold.
  • Mosquitoes- Last but certainly not least when it comes to summer annoyances is the mosquito. These blood-sucking insects can take the fun out of your outdoor living spaces, and can even transmit serious diseases like West Nile virus, dengue, and yellow fever. If you have a mosquito problem it’s time to take back your yard and call us for mosquito treatments in Woodstock, Kennesaw, and throughout Cherokee and Cobb counties.

For an estimate on any of our north metro Atlanta pest control services, contact us online or call us at 770-212-9990.

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Get Ready for Spring with Mosquito Treatments

mosquito treatments in WoodstockSpring is here and it’s time to enjoy spending time outdoors in your backyard with your family and friends. If last season left you with memories of being attacked by mosquitoes every time you stepped out the door, it’s time to take action. This year, take back your backyard and prevent the mosquito onslaught by putting an end to these pests. We can help with professional mosquito treatments in Woodstock, Kennesaw, and Acworth, allowing you to enjoy barbecuing, swimming and playing with your kids in your yard once again.

More Than a Nuisance

Everyone knows how itchy mosquito bites can be and it can be especially hard on your little ones. However, it is not just the itch you need to worry about; mosquito-borne diseases can make you, your family and even your pets extremely ill.

According to the Georgia Department of Public Health, diseases including West Nile, Eastern Equine encephalitis, and LaCrosse viruses are circulated each year around the state through contact with infected mosquitoes. Last year, Georgia saw the appearance of the first cases of the Chikungunya virus, which previously appeared in tropical areas.

Proactive and Safe Mosquito Treatment

You may be wondering whether mosquito treatments are safe for your family and the environment. Once our products have been applied, you just need to wait until they have dried on the grass before re-entering your yard. Unlike some other treatments, our mosquito treatment is pollinator aware does not pose a danger to honey bees once it has dried. Our technicians will also perform a thorough inspection of your yard to seek out areas that may attract mosquitoes.

Don’t put up with mosquitoes this year! Call us for all your mosquito and other pest control needs in Woodstock, Kennesaw, Acworth and Canton.

 

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