carry the products, techniques and know-how to ensure protection from mosquitos. We also serve northeastern Florida cities of Baker, Clay, Flagler, Nassau and Putnam from our service department in Jacksonville.
The most common mosquito-borne virus in the Jacksonville area is the West Nile virus, but local officials in Jacksonville are also keeping an eye on potential Zika virus outbreaks. Mosquitos may cause heartworm infections in dogs and cats in this area of northeastern Florida too. Common mosquito species found in the Jacksonville area include Aedes aegypti, which may carry a variety of mosquito-borne illnesses
, as well as Culex nigripalpus, which carries the West Nile virus.
Our professionals at MosquitoNix Jacksonville offer a variety of fogging, misting and spraying techniques and products designed to target local mosquito populations. The services work well for both commercial properties and residential properties. Use our monthly or one-time treatment options to give you peace of mind to spend time in your backyard or patio without the worry of bites from mosquitos.
You can count on our personnel to know the exact types of mosquitos and flying insects to target because of our long service record, working in the northeastern area of Florida. Our treatments also combat ticks, aquatic midges, flies and no-see-ums.
If you need a mosquito control product that is friendly to the environment, while also performing effectively, MosquitoNix has a green option
. No matter what kind of mosquito control service you need, the team at MosquitoNix has a plan to fit your budget and property type. Our team will provide free estimates for our products and services. Contact our friendly and knowledgeable customer service team at MosquitoNix Jacksonville to find just the right options for you. Additionally, we guarantee customer satisfaction with all of our services and products.
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