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June 08, 2018

Jacksonville, Florida Pest Control Options

Jacksonville, Florida is a haven for everyone who enjoys spending time outdoors in the beautiful weather - unfortunately, this includes pests. The humidity and moderate temperatures of the Sunshine State are ideal for cockroaches, garden spiders and everyone's favorite: mosquitos. Florida doesn't have a very harsh winter season, so pests can stay active year-round, which makes choosing the right pest control essential.

Many people experiencing a pest infestation in Jacksonville, Florida initially choose to go the do-it-yourself route. This normally means spending lots of money on candles, mosquito repellant sprays, screening in their back decks and many other time-consuming and inefficient solutions. Candles can help keep mosquitos away, if you're standing right next to them. Venture a few feet away, however, and those little flying nuisances will be right back to biting. Sprays can be harmful to your health if they get into your eyes, nose and mouth during application, and aren't a good option for those with little kids. Screening in your back porch is an effective way to keep mosquitos out, but at that point you've essentially turned the outdoors into the indoors, which negates the entire appeal of a beautiful back deck.

If all of these do-it-yourself mosquito solutions are in vain, then what can you do to control these blood-sucking little pests? MosquitoNix® has the answer. Actually, we have quite a few answers!

For ongoing mosquito control that is tailored to suit your specific space, MosquitoNix offers Custom Misting Systems. These misting systems will be installed around your property and maintained by our certified technicians to provide you with continuous and customized protection from a wide range of pests, including mosquitoes, ticks, no-see-ums and other biting insects.

If you have a specific event coming up and you need fast pest control, our QuickNix™ fogging treatments are the way to go. We combine fogging, granules and larvicides to make sure you and your attendees are protected from existing and future mosquito outbreaks. This option is great as a fast and effective solution for a short-term need.

For customers looking for a more natural solution that's safe to use around your family members, the MosquitoNix Green is the answer. This 100 percent eco-friendly and non-staining solution is safe to use around children and adults, and isn't harmful to dogs and cats that are 12 weeks or older. This powerful-yet-natural solution even kills fleas, ticks and eggs on contact.

When it comes to protecting your outdoor space from pests, you have the option of spending your money on do-it-yourself options that might work somewhat or not at all, or you have the option of leaving it to the professionals and having a guarantee that your pest problem will be taken care of. With our long list of services, it's no wonder customers in the Jacksonville, Florida area choose MosquitoNix for all of their pest control needs.

Email us at info@mosquitonix.com, call us at 844-483-3213 or fill out our contact form, and one of our highly-trained technicians will be happy to answer any questions you might have and schedule an on-site consultation.



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