Mosquitoes Control Services

Residential mosquito control comes in 3 primary forms: Mosquito Misting Systems, Residual Barrier Sprays, and Fogging.

These 3 techniques are very different and each have their own unique features and benefits.

At FullScope Pest Control, we have significant experience in all 3 types of applications, and can customize the right mosquito control program for you to take back your backyard.

Mosquito Misting Systems

A Mosquito Misting System is an automatic misting system that sprays a very fine mist of botanical insecticides through a series of nozzles and tubing. It will enclose your outdoor living space, creating a barrier against mosquitoes.

Mistaway Mosquito Misting Systems is the leading manufacturer of mosquito misting systems. Mistaway’s engineering is of the highest quality, and their unit is the only one we carry. You can activate the unit with a remote control—or set it to mist automatically for 30-60 seconds of pure mosquito killing power.

If you use the automatic setting, you should set it to go off at both dawn and dusk, when mosquitoes are at their highest activity levels. These systems offer superior quality in controlling mosquitoes and other annoying insects, and the units are available in 2 different models: The Gen I 55 gallon system and Gen III Tankless Unit.

There has never been a more effective control system for mosquitoes. These mosquito misting system units help you take back your backyard.

Houston has some of the best weather in the United States, and with a mosquito misting system from FullScope Pest Control, you can start enjoying this wonderful weather again!

These systems are virtually invisible once installed, and the units themselves can be located next to an air-conditioner unit or behind garages.

Your friends and family may not see the systems, but they’ll know it’s there by the amazing lack of mosquitoes and other annoying insects. The systems really are that good!

Residual Barrier Sprays

A residual barrier spray program is one that treats all the places that mosquitoes rest and hide during the daytime, and essentially eliminates those places as legitimate hiding spots.  We use a long lasting residual, and come out to your property every 2 months to reapply the treatment. Our applications is very target specific, and only focuses on the acres where mosquitoes (and ticks) are landing and resting.  

Target areas are shaded, moist damp areas, that mosquitoes love to hide out. These areas include shrubs, flower beds, under decks, under carports, and anywhere there is some dense vegetation to hide. When mosquitoes land on these treated zones, they will be killed, and no longer be able to breed and bite.

 You can literally feel the difference! FullScope Pest Control has the specialized equipment to maximize the performance of your barrier sprays.

Mosquito Fogging

Mosquito fogging is almost a hybrid of the 2 different applications of a Mosquito Misting System and a Residual Barrier Spray.  A fogging application is a manual application, that tries to kill the mosquitoes while they are flying, usually done in the early morning hours and late in the evening.  

Mosquito fogging is typically what is done with the truck mounted foggers that are driven around the neighborhoods late at night when mosquito pressure is at its highest.  

There is very little residual protection, therefore applications are typically done every 7 days or so.

On a large scale commercial property or wide open area, where there is little vegetation, a fogging application is the better choice.  

FullScope Pest Control has the professional gas powered fogging equipment to do anywhere from 1 acre lots to city blocks.

Need Mosquito Control and Abatement contact FullScope Pest Control for recommendations and estimate.

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