Mosquito Control in Miami, FL
Enjoy your mosquito-free home with our mosquito control service in Miami.
Schedule an appointment now that works for you and say goodbye to those pesky mosquitoes for good.
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Starting at $99/mo
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Let Us Take Care of Your Mosquito Problem in Miami
Native Pest Management, a family-owned company founded by third-generation Florida natives, offers complete residential and commercial mosquito control services to homes and businesses throughout Miami.
Our mosquito control utilizes a two-pronged approach for maximum effectiveness: we use eco-friendly, pet-safe methods to prevent mosquito larvae from developing and eliminate existing adult mosquitoes. This allows you and your pets to safely enjoy your outdoor space free of mosquitoes.
No more hanging around all day wondering when the pest control service will show up. We’ll provide you with a 2 hr time window and if we don’t show up within that range, we’ll credit you $25.
We use EPA-certified treatment in standing water combined with eco- and pet-friendly fogger treatment. About 30-60 minutes after treatment, your pets and children can safely play in the yard.
We fog monthly to kill adult mosquitoes and treat standing water around your home to eliminate mosquito larvae. Customers have been so impressed with our work that 88% would recommend us to a friend.
3 Easy Steps for Peace of Mind
Book your initial mosquito control appointment today. We will contact you once we’re on our way, then knock on your door when we arrive.
Our monthly mosquito control treatments involve backpack fogging of mosquito hiding spots and treatment of standing water to interrupt breeding.
After completing the treatment, we will email you a report on what was done, products used, and include notes on any concerns.
How can I protect my family from mosquitoes?
Stay inside at dawn and dusk
Wear light colored clothing
Wear long sleeve shirts and pants
Avoid wearing strong-scented fragrances or lotions
Get branches, leaves and debris out of your gutters so the rainwater will drain properly
Keep tight-fitting lids on top of any rain barrels
Remove water from trash containers, tarps or surfaces
Replace bird bath water regularly
Fill in ground level areas where water can collect
Take containers that collect water inside
Properly clean and maintain your pool
Make sure there aren’t any tears in your screens
Keep windows and doors closed as much as possible
When is mosquito season in Miami?
Mosquito season peaks in Miami during the summer months between June and August. But due to the area's warm climate, mosquitoes can still be buzzing around and biting throughout the year.
What types of mosquitoes are in Miami?
Two common types of mosquitoes in Miami are the aedes aegypti and salt marsh mosquitoes.
Aedes aegypti: These mosquitoes are dark brown to black and have scales on their thorax that form a violin-like pattern. The tarsal segment on their hind legs has white bands, giving their legs a striped appearance. These mosquitoes can thrive in urban areas and prefer to feed on people.
Salt marsh mosquitoes: These mosquitoes are brown with a gray patch on their side and a white ring around their proboscis. They are aggressive biters, and unlike most species, they are active during the middle of the day and can fly in the wind. Also, instead of laying their eggs on top of standing water like most species, they lay their eggs on dry ground that floods frequently.
Do I need to prepare my yard for mosquito control services?
No, we do not require any sort of preparation for mosquito control services.
Are mosquitoes dangerous?
Mosquitoes are dangerous pests that spread diseases throughout South Florida that make people and their pets ill. Encephalitis, chikungunya, and the West Nile virus are all spread by mosquitoes. In tropical and developing countries, mosquitoes are well-known for spreading malaria, the Zika virus, and yellow fever. Throughout the southern United States, the threat of mosquitoes infecting cats and dogs with parasitic heartworm is significant. If not treated, the infection is fatal.
How to treat a mosquito bite
Avoid scratching the bite. This is tough, but we’re all rooting for you. Mosquito bites are irritated the more you scratch them, which could lead to an infection (or more realistically just keep the bites there for longer)
Wash the area with soap and water
Use Hydrocortisone creams or other ointments designed for itchiness
Apple anti-itch lotions like calamine lotion
Take an antihistamine
Try putting aloe vera on the irritated bite - you can buy the gel on its own or even buy the plant fresh
Ice the irritated area
Oatmeal! It might sound off, mix equal parts oatmeal and water and apply it to your skin for ten minutes. Or, if the bites are all over, soak in a bathtub sprinkled with about 1 cup of oats.