Treatments that are safe for humans yet deadly for mosquitos

Most pesticides that people attempt to use against mosquitos are not only majorly ineffective, but actually cause more harm to human systems in the long run, particularly those of young children and the elderly. Our tried and true treatments and highly successful products are much more effective at killing 98% of mosquitos, larvae, and eggs. We proudly offer green solutions as well, to ensure the safety of even your furry pets.

In addition to our unique treatment plans, we are excited to offer In2Care, a special mosquito control tool developed by the Gates Foundation. This tool directly attacks the insect itself in ways that control its breeding ability, thus decreasing its vast populations. In this manner, our mosquito control plans not only service Dallas but the globe in fighting the West Nile, Malaria, Zika, and Dengue diseases. 

Call today and ask our qualified mosquito control professionals to save your yard: 214-357-7373 

The Danger
of Mosquitos

While it sometimes seems like a swarm of mosquitos is purposely following you alone, everywhere you turn, these pests truly are a global problem. There are over 3,500 species in the world today, and at least 176 live in the United States alone. Their bites are itchy and painful, and they usually bite multiple times; some of our customers have received over 150 bites in a single, atrocious night! In addition to the immediate suffering caused by their bites, there are many other consequences that are caused by mosquitos. 

Malignant Mosquito Effects

Mosquitos spread excruciating and often fatal diseases like Malaria, West Nile, Dengue, Chikungunya, Malaria Zika, the Keystone virus, and Rift Valley Fever.
Toxins transmitted from polluted water to mosquito larvae remain in adult mosquitos and are transferred to human blood. There are poisonous effects on humans and pets from common chemicals used to control mosquitos.
Mosquitos also decrease the populations of bees and butterflies, which pollinate over two-thirds of our daily food supply.

The Texas
Summer Pest

Summer humidity and the accumulation of warm pools of water provide the perfect environment for mosquitos to breed by the billions. Mosquito bites are not only itchy and annoying, but can also lead to frightening diseases with long-term side effects. To protect your property from the plague of mosquitos, it is essential to contact the Dallas mosquito control team at Miss Phoebe's Termite & Pest Control. We have the methods, products, and training to conquer these aggressive insects with services that are second-to-none!