Take Back Your Weekend! Trust Your Lawn to the Experts.
Rid your yard of irritating and potentially harmful mosquitos this summer with TruGreen Mosquito Defense in St Thomas, Ontario. With multiple, targeted applications of our innovative formula spread through the season, our experts are devoted to ensuring your yard is the mosquito-free sanctuary you deserve. Get in touch today for a quote.
No matter how tidy you keep your backyard, mosquitos will still find opportunities to breed. Long grass and weeds, shrubs and trees, and standing water in bird baths and gardens are all attractive conditions for mosquitos. Our mosquito spray is meant to provide peace of mind that your family, friends, and pets are safe from bites that could spread serious illnesses such as West Nile virus . We want to make sure your yard is as safe as it is functional and attractive.
First, we’ll do a complete inspection of your yard to figure out where mosquitos are, or might be, living. With problem areas identified, your specialist will know exactly where to apply the mosquito spray using a specialized, targeted technique. According to the time of year, we’ll schedule a number of repeat treatments to make sure mosquitos remain under control for the rest of the season and you’re free to Live Life Outside without the bites.
*Requires purchase of full mosquito plan. Special price of $39.95 is for first mosquito application only, for new EasyPay or PrePay residential customers only, and applies to properties up to 1 acre. For properties more than 1 acre, please call for estimate. Valid at participating TruGreen locations. Availability of services may vary by geography. Not to be combined with or used in conjunction with any other offer or discount. Additional restrictions may apply. Consumer responsible for all sales tax.
*Guarantee applies to full plan customers only.*Based on Canada market survey of professional lawn care companies. 2016, NorthStar Partners Canada Share Tracker.
We'll gladly perform a FREE reservice any time you see biting mosquitoes between treatments.