Mosquito Control in Vienna, VA
Mosquitoes aren’t just annoying—they can be harmful to anyone who comes in contact with them! As a Northern Virginia homeowner, you should be able to enjoy your backyard during the warm summer months, but if your yard is infested with mosquitoes you may find it hard to relax outdoors. Don’t let pesky mosquitoes keep you inside. Mosquitoes are responsible for over one million cases of serious illness and death every year, over one thousand of those cases being in the United States. While these facts can seem daunting, there are various tried and true ways to protect you and your family from these nuisances. With the Wheat’s Mosquito Control program, you can rid your backyard of pests using safe, natural products and enjoy quality time with your family day or night in the backyard.
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Integrated Pest Management
Integrated Pest Management, better known as IPM, is the best way to manage the mosquito population at your home. By regularly evaluating your landscape, you can identify mosquito breeding sites and make the necessary changes to discourage the overall mosquito population. Some of the most common breeding sites are areas of standing water, such as tires, bird baths or drains/gutters, and areas around your lawn and landscape, such as low depression areas and dense piles of brush and/or leaves. Mosquito eggs require standing water to hatch so eliminating breeding sites will prevent these pests from multiplying.
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Once you have identified breeding sites, you can make the necessary steps to exterminate the unwanted pests. In addition to reducing breeding sites around your home and landscape, you can also apply specialized treatments to your property that will help to extinguish the mosquito population. A mosquito egg can survive for several years without hatching so applying a treatment that will take care of mosquitoes and their eggs is essential.
How Can Wheat’s Help?
The Wheat’s Mosquito Control program helps eliminate mosquito populations on your property. Our professional technicians will employ IPM inspections upon every visit to identify breeding sites, make remediation recommendations and spray as necessary. To accommodate as many properties as possible, we are offering a variety of services:
- Natural option – A mix of essential oils applied every 14 days.
- Select option – Offering an inspection and treatment every 21 days.
- Advanced option – For those looking to target these pests more aggressively. Offering an inspection and treatment every 14 days.
- Comprehensive option – Targeting mosquitoes, fleas and ticks. Offering an inspection and treatment every 14 days.
Additionally, if you are having any outdoor event, we are offering a one-time treatment option. Each program option is designed to target unwanted pests, while still remaining gentle to humans and pets.
Dangers of Untreated Mosquito Infestation
A mosquito infested yard is more than just a nuisance—it can have a very real impact on your health. Many mosquitoes can also expose you to a number of mosquito-borne diseases, including West Nile Virus and Malaria. An infestation can make it harder to avoid bites. In some cases, infestations can even lead to fatalities. Protect your family by scheduling natural mosquito control services throughout Northern Virginia.
Natural Mosquito Control Services in Northern Virginia
You should be able to enjoy your outdoor space! Don’t let the mosquito infestation in your backyard keep you locked inside all summer long. At Wheat’s Landscape, we want you to make the most of your outdoor living space, which is why we offer unparalleled mosquito control services to rid your backyard of those pesky insects.
Are you interested in the Wheat’s Mosquito Control program? Fill out our contact form or give us a call at 703-641-4790 to schedule an appointment. We will be happy to schedule your first treatment.