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Mosquito Treatment

To help heal mosquito bites, it’s important to thoroughly wash the bites with soap and water. To ease itchiness, apply over-the-counter creams with hydrocortisone. Learn more tips here!
To get rid of mosquitoes in your yard, there are mosquito traps, netting, repellents, and more. Find out more about the best ways to get rid of mosquitoes in your North Carolina yard.
In general, it is recommended to get professional help for mosquito treatment. Learn more about the pros and cons of DIY mosquito treatment with tips from our experts.
Mosquito treatment should start before mosquito season begins in the summer months. Here in North Carolina, March is typically the best time to consider getting mosquito treatment.
When administered by a professional mosquito exterminator, mosquito repellents or barrier treatments are completely safe for you and your yard. Learn more here!
Barrier treatments are considered to be one of the most effective mosquito treatments. This provides a custom, targeted approach to keeping mosquitoes away from your yard.
Mosquito treatment is an effective way of preventing mosquito problems in your home or yard. It can help prevent future mosquito generations from hatching. Find out more here!
On average, mosquito treatment lasts for one to two months. This makes it essential to work with a professional mosquito exterminator who can reapply treatment when needed.

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