There are few things in life more annoying than mosquitoes.
We understand how you just want to enjoy your little slice of outside in comfort, but nothing ruins that faster than mosquitoes. We’ll help you reduce the mosquito population around your home so you can have those summer nights you dream of.
Your Service Specialist will identify sources of mosquito breeding on or near your property as well as the areas mosquitoes are likely to hide in between their morning and evening activity, and will advise you on how to handle them.
Our Mosquito Protection Program
The most important part of mosquito control is regular application. We’ve developed a Protection Program that is designed to get rid of mosquitoes and keep them away. Every 5 weeks from April to October, we apply a slow-release product using a special mist applicator to likely landing zones for mosquitoes. Our treatment not only eliminates mosquitoes but also regulates the current generation from laying more eggs.
Here are a few things to keep in mind
Re-services are free. Totally free.
You are the eyes and ears on the ground. We depend on you to let us know if there is pest activity that needs attention. If you think you need a re-service, please give us a call so we can take care of you.
It is critical to keep the barrier up around your home.
The barrier that we apply is powerful, but it breaks down over time. It's important that we come every 5 weeks to reapply this barrier because without reapplication, the mosquitoes will return.
We use the most effective products on the market.
Rest assured we use Integrated Pest Management (IPM) techniques and innovative solutions combined with our advanced products and best-in-class service to give you a life uninterrupted by pests.
By design, some products don't exterminate immediately.
Our products stick to pests so they can in turn spread it to other pests. This process offers longer-term protection as a larger quantity of pests come in contact with the product. You might even temporarily see a slight increase in pests as they are flushed out. This means that you are winning.
Our technology sets us apart.
With our proprietary software and app, we are able to customize your service, making it more efficient while minimizing human error.
We service all year long and in all seasons.
Pests adapt to changing temperatures and are active in all seasons, even in the winter. It is important to maintain barriers year-round for maximum effectiveness. We pay attention to the weather and are able to service in many weather conditions.
We guarantee our service.
We have performed over 1.4 million services and know that it works. We are consistently analyzing our processes to improve our service protocols, ensuring that we deliver an exceptional customer experience to you.
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Why You Need Mosquito Control
At Edge, we know how frustrating and uncomfortable it can be to have mosquitoes buzzing around your yard, driving you and your family indoors rather than enjoying the good weather. Mosquito control is a vital aspect of keeping your family safe and comfortable. Their itchy bites can spread harmful diseases such as malaria, dengue, yellow fever, West Nile virus, and Zika virus.
Get needed mosquito exterminator and pest control services from Edge Servicing. We help protect you and your family with mosquito control. Their population on your property will fall using a carefully formulated insecticide that is safe for you and your pets.
Facts about Mosquitoes:
- Disease Transmitters
The number of people getting diseases transmitted by mosquitoes, tick and flea bites has more than tripled in the United States in recent years.
- Deadliest Animal
Mosquitoes are responsible for more human deaths each year than any other animal and have caused more deaths than all the wars in history.
- Vaccine Availability
For most of these diseases, there are no vaccines or treatment. The only way to fight back is through mosquito control.
- Reproduction Rate
A female mosquito can lay as many as 300 eggs at one time and produce up to 3,000 during her life span.