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Knightdale Mosquito Control

Mosquito Control Knightdale


Knightdale, North Carolina is located just east of Raleigh. It is suburb of Raleigh with a population of 13,871.* Knightdale is a community with a rich history. It also has five different parks and number of greenways. Knightdale allows you to enjoy the feel of small town living, while being close enough to take advantage of everything that Raleigh and the Triangle has to offer.

Knightdale is surrounded by rural areas and it has a mild climate which lends itself to mosquitoes. If you find yourself avoiding spending time outside because of mosquitoes or you want to spend more time enjoying your backyard, contact Mosquito Tek. We can eliminate the mosquitoes in your backyard. We have been helping customer since 2011.

Eliminating Mosquitoes Where They Breed



At Mosquito Tek, we believe that quality mosquito control addresses both the adult mosquitoes as well as the larvae. This is why we inspect your property and apply larvicide to any potential breeding sites that may be on your property.

Conventional and Organic Treatment Options


At Mosquito Tek, we understand that you want to have choice when it comes to mosquito control which is why we have two treatment options. We offer a conventional treatment that is effective for up to three weeks. The organic treatment is NOP compliant and is effective for up to two weeks.

Free Flea and Tick Control



As an added bonus for each of our customers, we offer free flea and tick control. This will give your family added protection from the complications of tick-borne illnesses like Lyme disease and Rocky Mountain spotted fever.


Satisfaction Guaranteed

Choosing the Best Mosquito Exterminator


Mosquito Tek has over twenty years of experience in outdoor pest control. We proudly stand behind our service by offering two guarantees. Our Satisfaction Guarantee means that if you see a mosquito in the first two days after treatment, we will come out and respray at no cost to you. Our Money Back Guarantee states that if you are not complete satisfied with our service, you can receive your money back. Our technicians are trained to properly apply our treatments so that you can enjoy leaving mosquito free. Contact Mosquito Tek today.

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Killing Mosquitoes using DIY Methods


You may be trying methods to deal with mosquitoes on your own including mosquito sprays and repellents that you buy from the stores, citronella candles and bug lights. While these methods may reduce the number of mosquitoes around your property, they will not entirely eliminate the mosquitoes. The best way to do this is contact the professionals at Mosquito Tek.



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Mosquito Tek of Raleigh


Mosquito Control Experts

Address :
30 Natalie Drive,
Raleigh, NC 27603

Office: 919-261-1050
Email: mosquitotek@gmail.com


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Hours:
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


Are organic mosquito treatments available?


We offer two different treatments including a conventional and organic treatment option. The organic treatments have no aquatic setback and are NOP compliant. The active ingredients in this spray include geraniol, rosemary oil and peppermint oil.


What happens during a treatment?


At each treatment we will complete a four-step process. Our technician while inspect your property to identify the insects. He will then identify problem areas in your yard. Then he will apply a larvicide and address potential breeding grounds. Finally, he will apply a barrier spray to the foliage and ground cover of your property.


Are there discounts available?


We will beat any competitor’s written estimate by ten percent. We also offer neighborhood discounts if you have multiple people in your neighborhood sign up for treatments.


What should I do if I see a mosquito between treatments?


If you see a mosquito, just call us. We will come out and respray because we have a satisfaction guarantee that states will respray between treatments if you see a mosquito.


I am planning a graduation party. Do you offer one –time treatment options?


We do offer special event on-time treatment options. Whether you are planning a wedding, an outdoor party or a corporate event, we can come out to treat your yard. We will work with the caterer, event planner or venue to schedule a time to complete the treatment one to two days before your event. This will allow your guests to enjoy the party without worrying about pesky insects.




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