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Wake Forest Mosquito Control

Mosquito Control Wake Forest

Wake Forest NCWake Forest, North Carolina is a town located just north of Raleigh. It is a small town with a population of 36,693.* Wake Forest is a growing community that has more than doubled in size in the last twenty years. It boasts an active cultural arts program with the city hosting several different events throughout the year. The city is focused on revitalizing the downtown area. Many people who move to Wake Forest want a quieter lifestyle without giving up the benefits of having a nearby city.

Wake Forest has a number of parks and greenways and the nearby Falls Lake. With the warm subtropical climate with mild winters, it is the perfect breeding ground for mosquitoes. If you enjoy spending time in your yard, and you are worried about the mosquitoes in your yard or you are tired of constantly applying insect repellent, the experts at Mosquito Tek can help. We have been helping customers enjoy mosquito free living since 2011.

Eliminate Mosquitoes Where They Breed

The best way to control the mosquito problem is to address the areas where they breed. Mosquitoes can breed in just a capful of water. In addition to treating for adult mosquitoes, our technicians will identify any problem areas and apply a larvicide as necessary to prevent the larvae from developing into adult mosquitoes.

Conventional and Organic Options

At Mosquito Tek, we offer both conventional and organic treatment options. The conventional treatment is effective for up to three weeks. We use Talstar which has a strong mosquito knockdown. The organic treatment is effective for two weeks. We use Essentria which is NOP compliant and it is safe to use around your garden.

Free Flea and Tick Treatment

Fleas and ticks can pose a problem for your family and your pets. Fleas will make your pets miserable and sick. They can spread tapeworms, cat-scratch fever and anemia. Ticks can cause people to become really ill from Lyme disease and Rocky Mountain spotted fever. They can also cause people to develop an allergy to meat. At Mosquito Tek, we understand how important your family’s safety is which is why we complete a free flea and tick treatment with every mosquito treatment.

Satisfaction Guaranteed

Choosing the Best Mosquito Exterminator

With more than twenty years of experience in residential pest control, Mosquito Tek understands how to find and prevent mosquitoes. We stand behind our work by offering two guarantees. We offer a Satisfaction Guarantees that states if you see a mosquito within forty-eight hours of treatment, we will respray at no cost to you. We also offer a Money Back Guarantee that states if you are not satisfied with the service, you can receive your money back. Each of our technicians are fully trained to safely apply the mosquito control treatment. Start living mosquito free, contact Mosquito Tek today.


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Killing Mosquitoes using DIY Methods

Homeowners often try to treat for mosquitoes on their own using sprays, bug lights, bug zappers, citronella candles and plants that naturally repel mosquitoes. While these methods may reduce the number of mosquitoes in your yard, you will not be able to eliminate them completely without a professional treatment.

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Mosquito Tek of Raleigh

Mosquito Control Experts

Address :
30 Natalie Drive,
Raleigh, NC 27603

Office: 919-261-1050

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Monday - Friday 9AM–5PM
Saturday - Sunday Closed

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Customer Reviews

I was worried about the quality of the product but I was completely surprised. We had our yard sprayed (on a drizzly day) and the mosquitos were taken care of. It was also nice not having to be home for the service. They make the scheduling simple and easy and are very informative with the whole process and what solution they use. It has been over a month now and with one spray and we are still mosquito free. I will definitely be using them again!!

Frequently Asked Questions about our Mosquito Control Services

What are the active ingredients in the organic mosquito spray?

Essentria has three active ingredients including geraniol, peppermint oil and rosemary oil. These are safe to use on plants and wildlife, but will naturally repel insects.

What happens during a mosquito control treatment?

The technicians will complete a four-step process at each appointment. First, he will inspect the property and identify the mosquitoes. Second, he will identify potential breeding sites. Third, he will treat breeding sites by emptying containers and applying larvicide as necessary. Fourth, he will apply a protective barrier spray to the trees, foliage and ground cover of your property.

Are there discounts available?

We offer a neighborhood discount if multiple people in the same neighborhood sign up for treatments to encourage more people to help control the mosquito population. We will also beat any written estimate by 10%.

Do I need to pay for an estimate?

No. We provide free estimates, but we will need to visit your property to determine what type of treatment needs to be completed and to give you an accurate estimate.

Do you offer a money back guarantee?

We value our customers, and we will do all we can to make you happy. However, if you are not completely satisfied with our treatments, we do offer 100% money back guarantee.

Are one-time service treatments available?

We offer one-time special event treatments. This treatment can allow you to enjoy your weeding, backyard barbecue or corporate event mosquito free. We will work with your party planner, the venue and caterers to schedule a time to apply the treatment. Contact to schedule your appointment today.


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