Mosquito Control

Is There Any part of Mosquitoes that anyone really enjoys? The answer is an emphatic NO.

There are more than 60 species of mosquitoes in Georgia, many of which will feed on people. The most prevalent mosquito in North Georgia is the Asian Tiger Mosquito. Typically, this mosquito will bite in the early afternoon hours. About the time the grill warms up and the kids are playing in the backyard! The female mosquito is the only SurGuard Exterminatingone that bites and must have a blood meal before her eggs will develop. Eggs are laid near or on the water, depending on the species. The egg-to-adult transition can occur in 7 to 10 days. Once the female mosquito reaches maturity the bites will begin. Most can fly at least 1 mile from their hatching area. Most people will experience itching and swelling after they are bitten. Mosquitoes typically lay their eggs in ditches, ponds, kiddie pools, flower pots, buckets, and various litter and debris.

SurGuard ExterminatingTreatment will consist of evaluating your property for any breeding sites. Formulate a plan to eliminate or change those sites to be less conducive for mosquitoes. With the use of specifically designed equipment, larvicides, and adulticides, our well trained technicians will help eliminate the affect mosquitoes have on your family.

With The SurGuard Advantage you can take back your yard and Enjoy!