Mosquito Control

Mosquitoes are one of the most annoying pests we have to deal with here in South Carolina. In fact, some people jokingly refer to the mosquito as our state bird! Although¬†it’s good to have a sense of humor about it, mosquitoes are no laughing matter. Their bites are uncomfortable, especially for young children, and they can transmit diseases like Zika and West Nile. These are just a few reasons you should consider a mosquito control solution for your yard.

The first step in any mosquito control plan is to eliminate areas where they can reproduce. Any areas of standing water, including those on the ground or in flowerpots, can turn into a breeding ground. Get rid of the water and you’ll reduce the chances of an infestation.

But sometimes even these preventative measures aren’t enough. If you’ve noticed more mosquitoes than normal, or if you want to take action before they come out for the season, a professional mosquito treatment is your best bet for killing these pests.

Our Mosquito Control Services

The pest control specialists at Corder Pest Control will come to your home or business¬†to find the source of the problem. After we do an inspection of your property, we’ll develop a plan to get rid of mosquitoes and keep them away. We’ll apply insecticides to places where these bugs hide to get rid of them at the source. Then we’ll give you tips for avoiding mosquito problems in the future.

We understand that pet owners may have specific concerns about the chemicals we use for outdoor treatments. That’s why we only use pet-safe insecticides. They’re odor-free, too. You’ll be able to enjoy your yard almost immediately after the application.

Call Now for Backyard Mosquito Control Treatments

Our mosquito control services are available as a one-time option or as an extra feature of our routine pest control services. If you’re ready to take back the outdoors from mosquitoes, call Corder Pest Control. We serve residential and commercial customers in Batesburg, Leesville, Columbia, and surrounding areas of South Carolina.

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