Mosquito Repellent Waxhaw NC

Local resource for mosquito repellant in Waxhaw, NC. Includes detailed information on local garden supply stores that give access to DEET repellent, citronella candles, aerosol insect repellent, and personal insect repellant, as well as advice and content on preventing mosquito-born diseases and preventing mosquito bites.

A All Animal Control of South Charlotte
(704) 256-3148
Po Box 1124
Waxhaw, NC

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APEX EXTERMINATING INC
(704) 573-1197
PO Box 398
Waxhaw, NC
 
Carolina Pest Management
(704) 283-1527
1410 Concord Ave
Monroe, NC
 
BUDGET PEST PREVENTION (N)
(704) 225-1667
PO Box 2103
Monroe, NC
 
UNION EXTERMINATING CO INC
(704) 636-3692
1403 Miller St
Monroe, NC
 
William J. Powers, Beekeeper
(704) 843-5760
5801 Stonebridge Lane
Waxhaw, NC
 
AAAA BUGMAN PEST CONTROL SVC (N
(704) 542-4399
15105 John J Delaney D
Charlotte, NC
 
Carolina Pest Management
(704) 288-0786
1410 Concord Avenue
Monroe, NC
Services
Pest control services including: Ants, bed bugs, carpenter ants, cockroaches, crickets, fleas and ticks, rodent control, silverfish, spiders, stinging insects, termites and other wood destroying insects. Other services include: Bird control; real estate wood infestation reports; bat control and exclusion; snake control and pre-construction termite treatment; moisture control; poly vapor barriers; crawlspace ventilation and enclosed crawlspaces.
Membership Organizations
Homeowner Approved, Better Business Bureau Accredited Business; North Carolina Pest Management Association; Professional Pest Management Alliance; PestOne Member Company; National Pest Management Association; Enquirer-Journal Reader’s Choice Award, 6 consecutive years.

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NCDA & CS PLANT PEST
(704) 764-5756
4621 Wolf Pond Rd
Monroe, NC
 
BEST EXTERMINATING
(803) 285-5482
PO Box 2183
Lancaster, SC
 
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Mosquito Control | Avoid bites with mosquito repellent and control products

Avoid bites with mosquito repellent and control products

Mosquitoes are not just annoying insects, buzzing around the family barbecue in the early evening. These common pests can be dangerous - spreading diseases, some of which may be quite harmful and even fatal to humans. However, you can protect yourself from mosquitoes and the potential diseases they carry through a variety of mosquito control products and natural remedies that lead to insect protection.

Natural Mosquito Control

You can exhibit some mosquito control in your yard without applying a chemical mosquito repellent or buying a fancy mosquito control device. Make sure there are no standing water sources in your yard. This includes plastic swimming pools , bird baths and decorative fountains . If you have any of these items in your yard, change the water frequently — at least once a week. Standing water can also be found in gutters, eaves troughs or items left outside. Make sure gutters drain well, and bring in anything that collects water but doesn't need to be outside.

When planning your landscape design , consider planting marigolds. They are a natural insect repellent. Similarly, Thai lemon grass can be planted to repel mosquitoes, or the stalk can be applied directly to the skin to leave behind its oil, which is more effective than citronella. Oil of eucalyptus at 30 percent concentration has shown to be one of the most useful home remedies for mosquito control. It can act a natural mosquito repellent for up to two hours.

Mosquito Control Traps

One way to control the mosquito population in your area is by poisoning and killing the larvae. The chemical methoprene is commonly used to interfere with natural growth hormones in mosquitoes, preventing them from maturing. Methoprene is commercially available in a time-release briquette form, but it is toxic to other animals, as well.

Most mosquito control traps target the adults in the population. For instance, commercially available pheromone-based mosquito control devices are typically nontoxic and safe around children and animals. There are also propane-burning devices that emit carbon dioxide and a chemical attractant to draw in adult mosquitoes and capture them in a container, where they dehydrate and die.

A similar device doesn't use the propane, but does use the carbon dioxide, sugary scents and the pheromone attractant to collect females. These devices are available in cordless, rechargeable versions, but, in genera...

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