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Smarter Mosquito Control

Just imagine lounging in your backyard without worrying about insect bites. Mosquito bites are not only painful, but can potentially carry such diseases as Zika Virus, West Nile virus, encephalitis, dengue, malaria and canine heartworm. These biting pests can really ruin your outdoor party. Therefore, having a mosquito expert will help you enjoy the outdoors again.

Mosquito Facts

Laying up to 300 eggs at a time, the female mosquito feeds on blood while the male mosquito feeds on flower nectar. She lays her eggs in an area that should become wet.  The eggs can lie dormant for up to 3 years until water allows them to hatch. Our experts know about insects. In fact, we have entomologists on staff.

What we do

Because there is no way to know if a mosquito is carrying a disease, Gregory Pest Solutions offers you a proven monthly mosquito control program that will help protect your family and pets throughout mosquito season. From April through October, we will treat your yard, landscape and the foundation of your home using control products that help reduce the population of adult mosquitoes and can prevent larval mosquitoes from becoming adults. We even offer an all-natural alternative that uses only organic materials.

Our mosquito control experts can also help you eliminate bed bugs, termites, ants, rodents, roaches, spiders, fleas, hornets, wasps, mice, mosquitoes, bats, scorpions, and many other pests.  We also offer animal control, crawlspace and pond and water feature management to our customers. Speak to a mosquito expert in South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, Georgia, Florida, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana.

For more information on the Zika Virus and the industry alert issued by The National Pest Management Association. visit our Gregory News page. 

Call Gregory Pest Solutions for help with mosquito control at 1-800-922-2596 or use our email form, and contact us today.

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