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We eliminate the itch & ouch.

Enjoy a Mosquito & Wasp free summer with Mosquito Guard.

Tired of fighting Mosquitos? Worried about Wasp stings? Mosquito Guard’s effective control solutions ensure you can enjoy your yard itch and sting free all summer long!

 

Are You Trap in The Same Annoying Cycle?

Are you spending all your money, time and effort and getting the same temporary results? Have you tried all the options and read all the articles on how and what to do?

Mosquito Life Cycle

What Can You Do To Minimize Mosquitoes At Your Home?

Mosquito Repellants

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You can use different mosquito repellents to keep mosquitoes away. DEETis one example of a strong repellent that makes it hard for mosquitoes to find you. It works for several hours per use. Using this and other repellents can help prevent mosquito bites. Follow the instructions on the label for best results.

Mosquito Zappers

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Mosquito zappers are devices that use light to attract mosquitoes and then zap them with electricity. There are several mosquito zappers available on the market, ranging from simple designs to more advanced models.

These can be either handheld mosquito rackets that you can use manually to zap mosquitoes, or lanterns that you can hang outside your house or plug directly into an outlet. They use a UV light to attract mosquitoes, which then get killed upon contact.

Prevent Mosquitoes From Entering Your Home

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While it’s almost impossible to completely protect your yard and home from mosquito problems, it’s important to keep them outside at all times.

Installing insect screens on your windows and doors will not only block mosquitoes and other small pesky insects from coming indoors but also provide an ideal way to let cool breezes run through your home.

Cover all gaps in walls, doors, and windows to prevent mosquitoes from entering. Ensure that window and door screens are in good working order. Completely cover baby carriers and beds with netting.

Get Rid of Any Still Waters

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To stop mosquitoes from breeding, find and remove any standing water in your home. 

  • Remove standing water from rain gutters, old tires, buckets, plastic covers, toys, or any other container where mosquitoes can breed.
  • Empty and change the water in bird baths, fountains, wading pools, rain barrels, and potted plant trays at least once a week to destroy potential mosquito habitats.

  • Drain or fill temporary pools of water with dirt.

  • Keep swimming pool water treated and circulating.

These are just some of the few things you can do to get rid of and stop mosquitoes from coming into your home. But be careful, although sometimes effective, these methods may only give you temporary results.

What's Your Mosquito Cycle with Mosquito Guard?

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Onboarding

Our onboarding process is very straightforward and simple;

  1. You will need to call our number 907 344-8273.
  2. One of our professional technicians will talk to you about our services, price options for your home, and how often our technicians will need to come to service your property.
  3. We will then schedule a site visit. That’s how simple it is!

What is Professional Mosquito Control?

Professional Mosquito Control helps you make an IPM ( Integrated Pest Control ) specific to your home and your family needs. We are experts who help you get rid of your annoying mosquito problems. At MosquitoGuard we identify where mosquitoes harbor, stopping them from breeding in water by getting rid of stagnant waters. We help kill the adults to break the lifecycle so they don’t lay more eggs. This is why we MosquitoGuard treats your home every 21 days by putting a barrier spray around your property and your home keeping unwanted mosquitoes around that area.

We also teach people how to protect themselves from mosquitoes and the small actions they can take that make a big difference. Ensuring you and your family a safe and mosquito-free home, as well as a fun and worry-free from bites outside!

Why Do You Need Professional Mosquito Control?

Professional mosquito control can be necessary for several reasons:

 

  • Health Concerns: Mosquitoes in Alaska carry a nasty bite that can cause various allergic reactions kids and adults, even pets. They can also cause discomfort from itching and irritation.
  • Nuisance: Mosquitoes create irritation and discomfort with their bites. Professional treatments can help reduce the nuisance caused by mosquito bites, particularly during peak mosquito seasons.
  • Environmental Management: Some places may have mosquito populations that are difficult to manage with individual efforts. Professional mosquito control can use integrated pest management approaches to successfully handle mosquito breeding locations and populations while reducing environmental impact.
  • Expertise and Resources: Communities and individuals may not have access to the same resources, expertise, or equipment as professional mosquito control services. More focused and successful control measures are made possible by this knowledge.

 

Efficient mosquito population management, protection of public health, reduction of nuisance, and use of specialised knowledge and resources for comprehensive control measures depend on professional mosquito control.

 

How To Choose a Professional Mosquito Control Service?

Choosing a professional mosquito control service requires careful consideration to ensure you receive effective and reliable service. Here are some steps to help you make the right choice:

  1. Research Local Providers: Start by researching mosquito control services in your area. Look for companies with experience and a good reputation for delivering effective results. You can look up reviews online such as Google Reviews. You’d want to look for companies with more than a 100 reviews and with good star ratings.

2. Check Credentials and Licensing: Verify that the company is properly licensed and insured to provide mosquito control services in your region. Check for any certifications related to pest control.

3. Evaluate Experience and Expertise: Consider the company’s experience in mosquito control. Look for evidence of successful projects and expertise in dealing with mosquito populations in your specific area or environment.

4. Assess Control Methods: Inquire about the control methods the company uses. A reputable service should offer a variety of techniques, including source reduction, larviciding, adulticiding, and integrated pest management (IPM) approaches. Choose a company that prioritizes environmentally friendly and low-risk control methods whenever possible.

5. Ask About Treatment Plans: Discuss the company’s treatment plans and schedules. They should provide plans tailored to your needs, including regular inspections, targeted treatments, and ongoing monitoring to ensure effectiveness.

6. Inquire About Safety Measures: Ensure that the company follows strict safety protocols to protect your family, pets, and the environment. Ask about the products they use, their potential risks, and any precautions you need to take before and after treatments.

7. Request References and Reviews: Ask the company for references from past clients or check online reviews and testimonials. This can give you insight into the quality of their service, customer satisfaction, and their ability to deliver results.

8. Ask About Guarantees: Inquire about any satisfaction guarantees or warranties offered by the company. A reputable service should stand behind their work and offer solutions if you’re not satisfied with the results.

9. Communicate Clearly: Finally, communicate your expectations clearly with the chosen mosquito control service. Make sure they understand your concerns, preferences, and any specific areas that require special attention.

Why Choose MosquitoGuard as Your Professional Mosquito Control Experts?

1. MosquitoGuard has been servicing various areas of Alaska, such as Anchorage, Wasilla, and other regions, for several years with dedication and a good reputation.

You can check what our customers say about our service here.

2. Mosquito Guard Pest Control is an accredited and fully licensed company that is dedicated to national pest management. We continue to play an integral role in promoting recognised industry standards with the aim of protecting health, safety, food and property

3. MosquitoGuard’s professional mosquito technicians have undergone extensive training to ensure they provide the best service for you and your property.

4. MosquitoGuard offers a comprehensive approach tailored to your property’s needs. One of our best services is the MosquitoGuard barrier treatment, where we treat your yard every 21 days to eliminate mosquitoes

5. No Matter what your Financial situation, we believe in offering low-cost pricing structures because all people should be entitled to safe pest-free environments.

MosquitoGuard is an industry leader for a competitive pricing.

 

By following these steps and conducting thorough research, you can select a professional mosquito control service that meets your needs and provides effective, reliable, and environmentally responsible pest management solutions.

What Is An IPM?

IPM stands for Integrated Pest Management. It’s an approach used to control pests, including mosquitoes, while minimizing risks to human health and the environment. Instead of relying solely on chemical pesticides, IPM combines various strategies such as habitat modification, biological control, and the targeted use of pesticides. The goal is to manage pests effectively by considering the biology of the pest, environmental factors, and the needs of the homeowner. This approach can lead to more sustainable and environmentally friendly pest control solutions.

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What Is Mosquito Guard's IPM?

  1. Surveillance and Monitoring:
    • Regular monitoring of mosquito population density and breeding sites.
    • Utilization of local data to understand seasonal trends and areas of high mosquito activity.
  2. Habitat Modification and Source Reduction:
    • Identification and elimination or modification of mosquito breeding sites, such as tarps, tires, containers, children’s toys and house gutters.
    • Regularly draining stagnant water accumulation.
  3. Biological Control
    • Utilizing and encouraging naturally occurring predators like dragonfly larvae and predatory aquatic insects to control mosquito larvae populations.
    • Adult Control
      • Implementation of adulticiding measures using environmentally safe insecticides in areas of high mosquito activity.
    • Monitoring and Evaluation
      • Regular evaluation of the effectiveness of control measures through surveillance data analysis and monitoring of mosquito populations.
      • Adjustment of control strategies based on monitoring results and emerging trends in mosquito activities.

    By integrating these strategies, MosquitoGuard’s approach to mosquito control in Alaska can effectively manage mosquito populations while minimizing environmental impact

    Curious, Have Questions?

    How many types of mosquitoes are there in AK?

    Mosquito Types

    Alaska has 35 species of mosquito, and all but a few will be more than happy to nibble on humans. Read more

    How do mosquitoes survive Alaskan winters?

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    A few types of mosquitoes in Alaska survive winter as larvae or pupae. The biggest Alaskan mosquito, Culiseta Alaskaensis, or the snow mosquito, survives winter as an adult under the snow, usually in leaf litter, under loose tree bark, or in dead tree stumps.

    How can we get rid of wasps?

    Wasp

    To get rid of wasps, remove their nests, use wasp traps, and apply insecticide. Seal any entry points to prevent them from coming back. Keep food and trash covered to avoid attracting them.

    What are some best practices in helping reduce mosquitoes?

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    These are a few ways you can do to get rid of and stop mosquitoes from coming into your home. But be careful, although sometimes effective, these methods may only give you temporary results. 

    What if my gutter’s too high and I can’t clean them?

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    What does IPM stand for and what it means?

    IPM

    IPM stands for Integrated Pest Management. It’s an approach used to control pests, including mosquitoes, while minimizing risks to human health and the environment. Read more.

    What makes Mosquito Guard the best?

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    Alaska has 35 species of mosquito, and all but a few will be more than happy to nibble on humans. Read more

    Is it safe for kids and pets?

    Kid Pet Friendly

    We prioritize using natural, eco-friendly ingredients to ensure the well-being of your entire family, including your furry friends. Rest assured, our commitment to safety means you can use our products with confidence in any home environment.

    What if I have a pond or a marsh area in my yard or nearby?

    What if have marsh or near river

    In Alaska, water and wet areas are common, making our service crucial. We apply a barrier spray around your property to keep mosquitoes away from your living space. Our professional technicians target mosquito hiding spots.

    What if my neighbor keeps bees?

    Bee Friendly

    Our products are safe. We have many clients with bees, and our technicians are specially trained for these delicate situations. They apply our products correctly and follow label guidelines to ensure bees are safely kept.

    Does it help against other pests?

    OTHER PESTS

    Yes, it helps with other pests. We also target wasps by treating areas where they typically build nests, deterring them from nesting through regular treatments.

    How often does Mosquito Guard have to come?

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    We need to visit your home and provide service every 21 days due to the mosquito life cycle.

    How long do I have to stay out of my yard after spraying?

    How Long Do You Have to Wait

    We recommend keeping pets and children out of treated areas until they are dry, which can take 1 to 2 hours depending on the weather.

    How do I find out how much it costs?

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    Prices may vary depending on the size of your property. For the best and most accurate pricing, call us at (907) 344-8273.

    How long does it last?

    How Long Does it Last

    Our treatment guarantees up to 21 days. If there is an increase in mosquitoes, which can happen because not all mosquitoes hatch at the same time, we need to reapply. You can schedule a touch-up treatment at no additional charge by calling (907) 344-8273.

    What if it rains after being serviced?

    RAIN

    There is no need to worry if it rains after application, as our products are water-soluble. As long as the rain is not heavy, the products will remain active. However, more rain creates more breeding sites for mosquitoes, so you may need a touch-up before your next scheduled service. If you notice more mosquitoes, feel free to call us at (907) 344-8273.

    How do we call MosquitoGuard?

    How to Call

    You can easily reach us by calling us at (907) 344-8273

    Do you have any current promotional deals?

    SPECIAL OFFER

    If you’re interested in any promotional deals, you may call us at (907) 344-8273 and inquire about our current promotions.

    Mosquito Guard

    Phone

    (907) 344-8273

    Email

    service@envirid.com

    Your Life Cycle with Mosquitoes

    What is Professional Mosquito Control?

    What is an IPM?

    Curios, Have Questions?