In recent years, mosquito and tick populations have continued to rise. As a result of these booming populations, the chances of you, a family member or your pet, contracting an illness related to these pests, such as West Nile or Zika Virus, Lyme Disease, or (for your dogs) Canine Heartworm have also increased. Luckily, recent treatment technologies have improved, and we can help you reduce tick and mosquito populations in your yard.
Bain Pest Control currently offers three variations of Mosquito & Tick Control: traditional, green, and one-time.
Our traditional program includes four treatments to protect you all Spring, Summer, and Fall. After an inspection and site assessment, we'll use a combination of targeted-use insecticides that reduce and inhibit mosquito and tick populations.
While we use safe, targeted insecticides for our traditional, our green program is for those who want strictly natural treatment methods. After a site assessment, natural botanicals will be applied in five treatments through the Spring, Summer, & Fall.
Not interested in full season coverage? Have a wedding, family re-union, or other big party? Our one-time treatment might be right for you. Choose either traditional or green methods, and get a few weeks of tick and mosquito reduction.
Our PMPs are Pollinator Awareness Certified, and are trained to tread lightly around areas of your yard that will attract honey bees, butterflies, and other important, non-pest insects. It is incredibly important to know that all pesticides, even organic, will harm beneficial insects that are responsible to pollinating our local plants (including local farm crops), eating pest insects, and generally contributing to the functioning of the local ecosystem. We sincerely hope you ask of whoever you ask to treat your yards with pest- or herbicides how they plan to prevent the destruction of these highly important members of our local environment. Learn more about pollinator safe pest control.
Not sure you need service yet? Want to give it a try yourself first? Just want to learn how to prevent problems? Sign up for our (infrequent) email list, and we’ll give you an eight page guide on Preventing & Eliminating Pest Problems.