Reliable Charlotte Mosquito Control

Mosquito control is one of the most important and popular services we provide. Besides being an annoyance and disrupting casual backyard fun, mosquitoes can also carry disease.

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Identification: With 75 years of experience, we know how to recognize mosquitoes and reduce the number of mosquitos in your yard.

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Eradicate: Areas in your yard where mosquitoes rest include trees, tall grasses, bushes, low-lying shrubs and piles of leaves.

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Treatment: Our knowledgeable technicians treat your property to prevent mosquitoes from being a nuisance.

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Maintenance: We recommend monthly service at your property between the spring and fall.


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We recognize that all Mosquitoes are a Problem

Mosquitoes are more than just an irritant when they prick a person’s exposed skin. As one of North America’s most dangerous pests, they can carry serious diseases that harm humans and animals. Mosquitoes can ruin outdoor activities such as playing in the yard, grilling, and gardening. And with conditions right, a backyard can be the perfect breeding ground for mosquitoes. Reducing the number of mosquitoes around the perimeter of your home is essential for your health and comfort.

Mosquitoes are extremely resilient insects despite being fragile in appearance. They can be identified by their slender bodies with long legs, one pair of scaled wings, and most are approximately 1/4"in size. The type of adult mosquito that is responsible for West Nile Virus is typically grayish brown or brown and lacks distinctive markings. Female mosquitoes draw blood from a variety of animals. They normally rest during the day and feed at dusk or nighttime.

Mosquitoes love water and can breed in standing water anywhere such as:
  • Small pools
  • Ponds
  • Marshes
  • Leaves of plants
  • Water in tree holes
  • Drainage ditches
  • In containers

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Our Charlotte Mosquito Process

Carolina Pest Management’s goal is to identify and treat resting areas of mature mosquitoes. Such areas in your yard include trees, tall grasses, bushes, low-lying shrubs and piles of leaves. Treatments are meant to temporarily reduce mosquito activity. Our mosquito control programs eradicate mosquitoes where they live and breed, while also being safe for the environment, your children and pets.


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Treat Mosquitos around your home

For the safety of your family and the enjoyment of your property, Carolina Pest Management offers mosquito services that will fit the needs of your yard and lifestyle, helping you enjoy the outdoors year-round! Mosquito treatments can be done with traditional products or with botanical based green products, depending on your preference and location. A mosquito service will also include treating standing water on the property with a pre-emergent larvicide.


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Maintain the safety of your home with routine mosquito treatments

Each mosquito treatment lasts approximately 21 days, and we recommend monthly service at your property between the spring and fall. An experienced mosquito control technician can be scheduled to treat your yard each month with an ongoing service agreement. It takes approximately 20-30 minutes to treat a typical sized yard, while larger yards may take longer. Our trained mosquito control experts are committed to getting rid of mosquitoes so that you can enjoy being outside again.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Mosquito Control Service

What diseases do mosquitoes commonly carry?

In the Charlotte service area, West Nile virus and Chikungunya, are the most common mosquito-borne threats to health. In other parts of the world mosquitoes can spread very serious diseases such as malaria and dengue fever. Some diseases spread by mosquitoes, including West Nile virus, can cause serious conditions such as encephalitis. The word “Zika” was introduced to most of us in 2016, as warnings for athletes and visitors of the 2016 Summer Olympics in Brazil were issued. The Zika Virus and its ensuing ailments, such as microcephaly and Guillain-Barré syndrome, is transmitted by the “yellow fever” mosquito known as Aedes
aegypti.

How can I reduce mosquitoes around my home?

Prevent new mosquitoes by halting the breeding process. Mosquitoes love standing water, as that’s where they lay their eggs. Up to 300 young mosquitoes can emerge from just one
tablespoon of water, so it’s crucial to eliminate standing water from bird baths, buckets, tires, pots, inflatable pools and gutters. Fill in outdoor puddles with dirt. Put screens on windows and doors to keep mosquitoes from breeding inside in water glasses or shower puddles.

How can I protect myself and family from mosquitoes?

The CDC recommends using an EPA-registered insect repellent for protection. Follow all label directions, especially when applying on children. Avoid using it on infants under two months old. Consider alternative natural insect repellents, such as ones containing citronella and geraniol, or oils that include lemongrass, cedar, rosemary, peppermint and cinnamon. Consumer Reports notes that natural insect repellents tend to wear off very quickly – so keep this in mind. Wear lightweight long sleeves and pants and full-coverage shoes. Use mosquito netting over strollers and baby carriers.


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