A residual mosquito treatment differs from an all-natural treatment in that by treating the property with a residual product, the yard stays protected 28-30 days after applying the product. Don't become a prisoner in your own home this summer. Mosquitoes are a very real problem in Georgia, but that doesn't mean you have to concede to their swarms. BREDA Pest Management begins treating your yard for mosquitoes in March, before they typically become active, so that you can stay ahead of them! At BREDA Pest Management we pride ourselves on being a family-owned company that is looking out for yours. That's why it is our goal to provide you and your family with a comprehensive mosquito control program that will bring peace of mind and comfort, at an affordable price. Let BREDA Pest Management make your yard enjoyable again.
Now Offering: All Natural Mosquito Control
We now offer homeowners an all natural, organic option for mosquito control. Read more about it here. A safe and effective way to protect your family from mosquitoes. Our licensed technicians use products derived from flowers and bacteria and only apply them to areas needed. This system targets mosquitoes that are ready to lay their eggs. When the mosquito enters the trap, she will lay her eggs in water that is treated. The trap uses polarity once the mosquito enters and the mosquitoes positive charge allows the growth regulators to bind to her body. The mosquito is laying eggs but those eggs will not develop into adults. After laying a batch of eggs, the contaminated mosquito searches for a new spot to lay more eggs. At every stop, the infected mosquito contaminates the water. A safe and effective way to to take back your yard this Spring and Summer.
What To Expect
When you first call BREDA Pest Management, a live representative will schedule a BREDA Pest Management technician to come to your house for a free consultation.
If treatment is required, you will be scheduled for a service visit with a BREDA Pest Management technician. They will evaluate the scope of your yard and provide you with a quote.
The BREDA Pest Management mosquito program runs from March to October every year. This timeframe helps you stay ahead of the mosquito infestation and keeps your outdoors swarm-free. We make every effort to avoid treating flowering shrubs and trees so bees and other pollinating insects can perform their tasks unharmed.
Breda Pest Management Guarantee
If mosquitoes return to your property within 30 days of treatment, BREDA Pest Management will send a technician back to your home to repeat treatment, at no cost to you.
Breda provides complete and comprehensive mosquito control. Mosquitoes can become a huge problem around your home and business, making it so you venture outside only when necessary. Stop avoiding the outdoors and get professional mosquito control assistance.
Start treatment before they are active
Leave the honeybees unharmed
Proactively Treating Your Yard
We treat your yard from March to October, tackling your mosquito problem before it can fully manifest.
We make every effort to avoid treating flowering shrubs and trees so bees and other pollinating insects can perform their tasks unharmed.
No Contractual Obligations
We apply this product to your property on a month-to-month basis, no contractual obligations.
- There are more than 3,500 species of mosquitoes. Luckily only 175 of them are found in the United States, and even fewer in Georgia. The three most common mosquitoes in the Atlanta area are Aedes, Culex, and Anopheles mosquitoes.
- Mosquitoes feed on more than just you! Both male and female mosquitoes feed on fruit and plant nectar, but the females also need the protein found in your blood to help her eggs develop. So everytime you donate blood to these pests, you are helping them repopulate. The female mosquito will bite with her proboscis, a long, pointed mouth that sucks your blood. Once she acquires the blood, it's only a couple of days before her babies are on the way.
- Mosquitoes are attracted to humans for a variety of reasons. They can smell our breath, our sweat, and even perfume and skin lotions are intriguing to them.
- They are drawn to us through the CO2 trails left from exhalation, and chemicals in our sweat. Keep in mind that wearing dark clothing can increase your chance of encountering mosquito attacks, because darker colors retain more heat, and can cause you to sweat more.
- Mosquitoes also use heat sensors to detect us via our body heat. They can even sense the best capillaries from which to drink on our body using the temperature of our blood.