Mosquitoes

mosquito control

Georgia’s mild weather makes outdoor activities fun and easy to enjoy. Unfortunately, mosquitoes also enjoy the beautiful spring and summer seasons. Mosquito bites are not only annoying—they also have the potential to carry West Nile Virus (WNV) and Zika Virus. Although the risk of contracting these viruses is low, Georgians should mosquito-proof their yards (and themselves) to protect their health and their enjoyment of the outdoors.

Bizzy Bee Exterminators provides mosquito control by locating and treating mosquito breeding sites on your property and preventing mosquito larvae in standing-water areas from developing into breeding, biting adults. Although complete eradication of mosquitoes cannot be guaranteed, our professionals significantly reduce the adult mosquito population and prevent mosquitoes from breeding in your yard.

Call Bizzy Bee

at 1.800.273.4958 to receive a FREE mosquito control estimate.

Safe Treatment Methods

Our mosquito control treatments are safe for people and pets, so you can continue to enjoy the spring and summer evenings without fear that you or your children will come into contact with toxic chemicals. Using science-based and targeted integrated pest management, we ensure mosquito populations are controlled in the most efficient ways possible.

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Mosquito Tips

  • Stay indoors during dawn, dusk, and early evening when mosquitoes are more likely to bite.
  • Eliminate or treat any standing water in receptacles or containers in your yard.
  • Remove litter from your yard. Mosquitoes can lay eggs in small, discarded items that hold water, such as cans, bottles, and wrappers.
  • Wear light-colored clothing, long-sleeved shirts, and long pants for extra protection.
  • Use an approved repellent on skin and clothing.
  • Protect your dog or cat with a product made especially for pets.
  • Attract bats, birds, and dragonflies (mosquitoes’ natural predators) to your yard by installing bat/bird houses and planting plants and flowers.

Mosquito Facts

Besides ponds and streams, where do mosquitoes breed?

  • Water gardens
  • Bird baths
  • Tree holes
  • Old tires
  • Flower pots
  • Urns
  • Gutters
  • Pool covers
  • Rain barrels
  • Water troughs
  • Ornamental fountains

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