Skip to main content

Holly Springs Mosquito Control

Mosquito Control Holly Springs


Holly Springs NCHolly Springs, North Carolina is located in the southern part of Wake county. It has a population of 30,157,* which has doubled in the last twenty years. Holly Springs was originally founded because it stood at the crossroads of several different larger communities, but it has grown because a number of people who work in RTP or Raleigh have chosen it as good place to raise their families. Holly springs has an active community program and a lot to offer.

There are parts of Holly Springs that are still not developed and the warm subtropical climate with mild winters makes Holly Springs a prime breeding ground for mosquitoes. If you love spending time outside in your yard, but the mosquitoes are forcing you inside or you are tired of the hassle of using bug repellent every time you go outside, you should contact the experts at Mosquito Tek. We have been helping families in Holly Springs and the entire Triangle enjoy mosquito free living.

Mosquito Tek has been helping customers since 2011. We are locally owned, independent company founded in the Triangle. We under the climate and the unique challenges of this area to help keep your home and yard free from mosquitoes.


Conventional and Organic Mosquito Treatments


The experts at Mosquito Tek not only specialize in treating for adult mosquitoes, but they also address the areas where mosquitoes breed. In order to truly control mosquitoes, you need to treat them before they reach the adult stage of their lifecycle. Our technicians will apply a larvicide to potential breeding sites that will stop the larvae from maturing into adults without impacting other water insects or wildlife.

Added Bonus – Mosquito Tek Also Kills the Fleas and Ticks in Your Yard


Although the primary reason most people request pest control service from Mosquito Tek is to kill mosquitoes, as an added bonus at no additional charge Mosquito Tek also includes flea and tick control outside of your home as part of the mosquito control service.

Satisfaction Guaranteed

Satisfaction Guaranteed

At Mosquito Tek we want you to be confident that you are choosing the best mosquito control company in the Holly Springs area, which is why we offer two guarantees. Our Satisfaction Guarantee states that if you see any mosquitoes on your property the first two days after we spray, that we will return and spray at no cost to you. Our Money Back Guarantee states if you are not happy with the service that we provide, you can have your money bank. We have proudly been serving the Triangle area since 2011. Call Mosquito Tek today to start mosquito free living today.

*City-data.com





Mosquito Prevention Tips


There are things that you can do to help reduce the number of mosquitoes that are in your yard. While these tips can help reduce the number of mosquitoes, they will not dismiss them completely.
  1. Use LEDs and Bug Lights: Mosquitoes are attracted to the frequency of most light bulbs. When you switch to LEDs or the bug lights, you will no longer attract the mosquitoes.


  2. Address Standing Water: Mosquitoes can breed in just a capful of water. Be sure that you are not collecting water in flower parts, buckets, or other containers around your yard.


  3. Keep Up with Your Yard Work: When your lawn is trimmed short, debris removed from the yard and your bushes and trees are trimmed you allow your yard to dry out and give the mosquitoes fewer places to land and rest.


  4. Use Mosquito Repellent: One of the best defenses is to sue an effective mosquito repellent to keep the mosquitoes off you.







[one_half padding="0 5px 0 5px"]
Call Today to request Mosquito Treatment Services
919-323-3901

[/one_half][one_half_last padding="0 5px 0 5px"]
Schedule an Appointment
For Mosquito Extermination Consultation


[/one_half_last]



[one_third padding="0 5px 0 5px"]


Mosquito Tek NC, Holly Springs Location


Office: 919-323-3901

Mobile: 919-632-0651
mosquitotek@gmail.com

1502 N Duke St,

Durham, NC 27701


[/one_third][one_third padding="0 5px 0 5px"][/one_third][one_third_last padding="0 5px 0 5px"]



[/one_third_last]







Customer Review









I could be outdoors without bug spray on any time, anywhere on my property. Before Mosquito Tek I couldn"t talk to someone on my front door for even one minute without getting bitten.

More Reviews






Frequently Asked Questions about our Mosquito Control Services



What happens during a treatment?


During each treatment, our technician will complete the following four steps:


1. Perform an inspection of our property to identify the pests on the property and any problem areas.
2. Identify where mosquitoes will breed such as natural ponds, as well as containers collecting water.
3. Address breeding sites by emptying standing water and applying larvicide in areas as needed.
4. Apply a barrier spray to your foliage, groundcover and undergrowth to kill adult mosquitoes and to prevent new ones from entering your yard.

How do I know I am getting best price and service?


We will beat our competitors’ written estimate by 10%. You can count on services, because we stand behind our services with two guarantees. A Satisfaction Guarantee that means we will respray if you see a mosquito. Our money back guarantee states that you will get your money back if you are not satisfied with the service we provide.


I want to protect the environment. Do you have products that will do that?


We do provide an organic treatment that is NOP compliant and it has no aquatic setback. This is effective for up to two weeks. Our conventional option is effective and will last for up to three weeks.


What ingredients are in the organic pesticide?


The active ingredients in the organic pesticide are peppermint oil, rosemary oil and citronella oil. This has a minty scent.


How safe are the products for my family?


During the application we ask that your family and pets be indoors. You will need to stay inside for thirty minutes for organic treatments and one hour to allow the treatments to dry. If the humidity is high, it may take a bit longer.


Do you offer one-time treatments?


We do offer one-time treatments for special occasions and parities. When you are planning your party call us and we can schedule a time to apply the treatment one to two days before the event begins. We will work with your party planner, venue and caterer to determine the best time for the treatment.




Comments

Popular posts from this blog

A Guide to Mosquitoes

Mosquitoes have been plaguing people throughout all known time. Not only do they cause itchy bites that can be annoying, there are responsible for spreading a number of serious illnesses. The threat is so serious and ongoing that most communities and countries have extensive mosquito control programs which help to combat the outbreaks. There are still outbreaks each year in countries across the world of illnesses like Yellow fever and dengue fever. In order to combat mosquitoes, it is important to understand mosquitoes.

The Life Cycle of Mosquitoes
Mosquitoes lay their eggs in water. After the eggs hatch, the mosquitoes are larvae and they spend time in the water until they become pupae and then hatch from that stage. At this point, the mosquitoes are adults and will begin flying around. The male mosquitoes feed on nectar, while the female mosquitoes need a blood meal so that they lay their eggs. Mosquitoes can lay up to two hundred eggs at a time.

Prevent Mosquitoes
Once you underst…

Commonly Asked Mosquito Questions

Mosquito season is just around the corner. The spring and summer months are the times when mosquitoes are most active. While mosquito bites can be annoying, the real issue is that mosquitoes can spread a number of serious illnesses. Here are some commonly asked questions about mosquitoes.

Is It Safe for My Baby to Wear Mosquito Repellent?
Babies as young as two months old can safely wear mosquito repellent. You will want to check with your physician to learn the kind that is best for your baby, and what concentration of DEET that is safe to use on someone that size. You may want to avoid taking your baby outside during peak mosquito times. You can also use mosquito netting around your baby as an extra protection.

What Types of Illnesses Can Mosquitoes Spread?
There are a number of different illnesses that mosquitoes can spread. In the United States some of the most common illnesses include the West Nile virus and St. Louise encephalitis. Around the world there are more serious illness…

5 Commonly Asked Questions About Ticks

Ticks can spread serious illnesses. They can make you and your family quite sick. People can get ticks when they spend time outside. They are more common in wooded areas, but they can also be found in the suburbs and in the city in parks or yards. They will feed on animals that run through the yard and they can put your family at risk. Preventative measures include performing a tick control treatment throughout your property, but you should also understand how to deal with ticks when you find one on your family or pets.

How Do I Remove a Tick?
The best way to remove a tick is to grasp it with tweezers and to pull straight back to remove it. You do not want to twist as this may leave the head embedded in the skin. You can also use a tick key to remove the tick. You should never try to remove it by burning it, or applying gasoline, rubbing alcohol or Vaseline to it, as this may cause it to regurgitate and increase the chance of being infected.

How Do I Tell that a Tick Has Attached to …