Have mosquitoes taken over your yard?
Get the pest-free yard you’ve always wanted.
Take your yard back with our expert mosquito control services.
Nothing drives Floridians indoors faster than a swarm of mosquitoes. They’re more than a nuisance, however — they can also be a danger to your family’s health. Get rid of these biting, disease-carrying pests with affordable mosquito extermination services from Turner Pest Control. It is important to recognize the common breeding sites of mosquitoes in the infographic below and be sure you keep those areas free of standing water in order to ensure the effectiveness of the treatment.
Protect your family and pets with our mosquito treatment program.
With more than 80 types of mosquitoes in Florida, many of which carry dangerous diseases such as the Zika virus and West Nile virus, monthly professional pest control service is key to keeping your family and pets safe.
Turner Pest Control’s mosquito control services include the careful application of the best treatments available, including fast-acting, long-lasting barrier sprays for your home or business. In addition to our regular monthly mosquito control service, we offer an affordable one-time treatment to help ensure that your special outdoor event is mosquito-free.
Before using any products around your house, our professional technician will assess your needs and recommend the treatment program that’s right for you and your family.
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Mosquito Control FAQs
Having your yard treated by mosquito control professionals is essential to keeping the population of these dangerous pests down, but that’s only part of the equation. The other part is you! There are many things homeowners like you can do to reduce the number of mosquitoes in your yard and the risk of contracting the…Read More
The Florida Department of Health has just issued a mosquito-borne illness alert for Duval County after a West Nile virus case was confirmed. This is the second recently confirmed human case of the virus in our area—the first was in neighboring Nassau County. Both counties currently remain under a mosquito-borne illness advisory, which began earlier…Read More
Earlier this month, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) published a press release on the latest findings on illnesses from mosquito, tick, and flea bites. These illnesses have tripled during the years between 2004 and 2016, with more than 640,000 cases reported. In that same timeframe, nine new germs that are spread by…Read More