Here in South Florida, there are more than 80 species of mosquitoes — and they are active year round, even in the slightly cooler months when residents spend even more time outdoors.
Add to that the threats we’ve faced from Zika and other mosquito- and tick-borne illnesses, and you can see why selecting the right mosquito control company is so important.
So why choose us? Here are the top 5 reasons.
While other types of services companies, like landscapers and traditional exterminators, have tried to jump into the mosquito game, the fact remains that it’s not their core area of expertise. At Mosquito Squad, we know how to get rid of mosquitoes better than anyone else because it’s our sole focus. Our national team is on the cutting edge, evaluating and enhancing the techniques that work best. Our local team is professionally trained and carefully monitored to ensure they’re following best practices. And our products are the best in the industry.
Many mosquito control providers “force fit” mosquito treatments into their pre-determined schedules that works best for them, but not necessarily for you. (In fact, we’ll let you in on a little secret. Many mosquito providers follow their corporate headquarter’s standardized approach that is designed for a traditional four-season climate.) However, as homeowners here in South Florida we use the same automatic misting system and barrier treatments on our own properties that we provide to our clients.
And here’s what we’ve discovered: The density of the mosquito population, the frequent rainfall, and the year-round warm temperatures in South Florida together require a strategic approach to mosquito control. That’s why we carefully time the frequency of our treatments and utilize a proven product mix — including a micro-encapsulated, time-released, EPA-registered insecticide — in order to achieve the best results for eliminating mosquitoes.
We’re not just a family-owned company. We’re also former corporate professionals with advanced degrees — and homeowners living here in Boca Raton, Florida. So we know how frustrating it can be to work with service providers, and it’s why we run an organized business and have set high expectations for our team. Whether we’re providing ongoing mosquito sprays or we are installing an automatic misting system on your property, we work hard to make sure the experience is smooth, simple, and hassle free.
Your complete satisfaction is important to us. If you are not completely satisfied with your mosquito control treatment, simply contact us within 21 days of that treatment for a re-spray at no additional charge to you and hassle free. It’s that easy.
As mosquito control experts, we know that in addition to being an annoyance, mosquitoes carry deadly diseases, the most prevalent being malaria. Malaria was eradicated in the U.S. more than 50 years ago. However, 250 million+ Africans contract malaria each year, resulting in the death of more than 1,000 children every single day, mostly under the age of five.
Five years ago, Mosquito Squad forged a relationship with Malaria No More, a nonprofit global health organization with the goal of ending malaria deaths in Africa. While we fight the bite everyday as a convenience for our clients here at home, we understand that for many, the fight against the bite is far, far more important — it is literally a matter of life and death.
Since 2012, Mosquito Squad’s efforts have raised well over $350,000 to help fuel the fight against malaria. At Mosquito Squad of Delray Beach, we donate a portion of our sales each year to Malaria No More, helping to save lives by supporting activities in Cameroon to ensure adequate, timely, and widespread communications that help inform school-aged children and communities regarding protective bed net distributions and proper usage.
We encourage you to get involved as well. Please join us in the fight against malaria by donating alongside Mosquito Squad at www.SwatMalaria.net. Any dollar amount can help by funding important educational activities and, ultimately, saving lives by preventing the citizens of Cameroon from contracting malaria.