Custom designed mosquito misting systems create a barrier of protection.
On-going QuickNix® fogging treatments are perfect for your backyard or outdoor event.
We offer more than just pest control services. We provide peace of mind.
MosquitoNix On-The-Go is a portable solution that is perfect for small patios or camping.
Here are just a few reasons to install a MosquitoNix Misting System:
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Derived from clean organic sources. More effective than natural repellents. Used in misting systems & fogging treatments.
Pet, Kid & People Friendly. Non-toxic green solution. Used in misting systems & foggings. Ask your local team for details.
Don't have a dispenser? Don't worry!
MosquitoNix On-The-Go is perfect for handheld application too. Can be used as space treatment for mosquitoes, flies, ants, spiders, roaches, silverfish, bedbugs, carpet beetles, moths, wasp, mites, fleas in buildings (not a topical treatment for pets) and ticks.
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No-see-ums are tiny flying insects that are notoriously hard to spot. Because they're so tiny, you might not notice when these flying insects swarm around you or land on your skin. But after they bite, you'll definitely know they were there.
Some species of flies are often mistaken for mosquitoes, such as the large crane flies. These large flying insects are often called mosquito hawks and are considerably larger than the average mosquito, though they do not bite like mosquitoes do. Mayflies and midges are also often mistaken for mosquitoes.
Most species of mosquitoes in the United States have increased activity during the dusk hours, which means if you step outdoors during that time, you're more likely to experience a bite.