April is National Pest Control Month

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Did you know that April is National Pest Control Month? Here at Mosquito Squad of Montgomery & Howard County, we are determined to help Marylanders take back their backyard and enjoy pest-free time outdoors with their families, friends & pets.

We have some simple tips for those who are looking to take preventative steps to eliminate pests like mosquitoes, from their property.

Reduce mosquitoes by using the 5 T’s:

  1. Tip. Reduce standing water to eliminate mosquito threats, including those underneath and around downspouts, in plant saucers and dog bowls.
  2. Toss. Excess grass, leaves, piles, fire wood.
  3. Turn. Turn over larger items like children’s sandboxes, wagons or plastic toys.
  4. Remove Tarps. If tarps stretched over firewood piles, boats or sports equipment aren’t taut, they’re holding water.
  5. Treat. Utilize a mosquito elimination barrier treatment around the home and yard. Using a barrier treatment at home reduces the need for using DEET-containing bug spray. Mosquito Squad eliminates up to 90% of the mosquitoes and ticks on a property.

Mosquito Squad of Howard County & Montgomery County is a locally-owned niche pest-control company that helps you take back your backyard and enjoy your outdoor living space! We offer solutions to rid your property of mosquitoes, stink bugs and ticks, including our barrier spray service, automatic misting systems, and special event sprays. Call us at 301-926-3001 to get a quote and find out how you can enjoy the outdoors and protect your family & pets from mosquitoes, ticks and diseases like West Nile Virus and Lyme Disease.

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